HRH the Duke of Cambridge dropped in to see Norton at the UK Motorcycle show. Prince William is a bike enthusiast and showed great interest in the British built Norton range. He even tried out the Norton SG2 factory TT bike. Norton are proud and prvilidged to have had Prince William spend some time with us and show his interest in the company and our bikes. … Read More
Norton HQ hosted an OSET Fun Day on Saturday 16th November when over 50 children demonstrated that their enthusiasm and passion for motorbikes is as strong as ever.
A factory tour took visitors through the early days of Norton right up to the present day with a range of fascinating bikes on display. Visitors enjoyed a real insight into how these British built bikes are made – a true ‘behind the scenes’ experience. A lucky few also got to sit on some of the bikes on display.
Around three quarters of the kids had never ridden a trials event before, so the practice event proved the perfect introduction. Following a short demonstration, riders were given their own score cards a … Read More
Today we are very pleased to announce we have shipped the first batch of Norton Commando 961 bikes to the USA. A huge and historic step for Norton as the USA is a large and important market for Norton. The shipment is the first delivery of new Norton bikes for some 30+ years.. Norton Motorcycles USA CEO Dan Van Epps has assembled many of the best US dealers to represent Norton, the US dealer contact details are available on our website at www.nortonmotorcycles.com any other enquiries regarding the US should be addressed to email@example.com… Read More
NORTON MOTORCYCLES & OSET BIKES TEAM UP
Iconic British motorcycle company Norton Motorcycles has teamed up with off-road electric specialists OSET Bikes to hold an OSET fun trial at Donington Hall, Norton’s headquarters.
The event will take place on Saturday 16th November in the grounds of Donington Hall in Castle Donington, Derby. It will demonstrate that both OSET and Norton share a strong willingness to support motorsport at grass roots level and introduce a new generation of riders to motorcycling.
The fun trial aimed at children from 4 to 12 years of age will start at 12.00pm. There will be three routes, easy, intermediate and difficult that will cater for beginners through to the more experienced!
Dave Horne from … Read More