The British Embassy in Tokyo kindly hosted the Norton Motorcycles launch party, taking Norton back into the Japanese market after some 30 years.. The first Commando 961 bikes were there and received great attention from the discerning Japanese dealer network that Norton Japan has worked hard to put in place over the last 18 months. The bikes received great accolades from the dealers who also spent time with Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles and Joe Adams head of International Sales. Stuart and Joe flew over for the launch at the British Embassy particularly to meet the dealers, thanking them as well as the staff of Norton Japan for their hard work and ongoing support for Norton.
Stuart and Joe … Read More
Here we go, with TT 2013 fast approaching we thought you might like to see a first pic of the new bikes.. Here’s a shot showing some of the technology the new factory race bikes are carrying this year.… Read More
British Airways announces today the sale of the former headquarters of Bmi to Norton Motorcycles.
Norton Motorcycles has purchased the Donington Hall estate from British Airways including the Hall and its surrounding 25 acre grounds and the modern 45,000 sq ft Hastings House facility.
British Airways acquired Donington Hall and its’ surrounding 25 acre grounds as part of its deal to takeover Bmi in April 2012.
Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles, said “Donington Hall conjures up a uniquely British way to show style, strength and quality which are all great attributes of the Norton brand. However, beyond the drama and romance of Donington Hall is a thoroughly modern 45,000 sq ft building (Hastings House) which will … Read More
New dual seat Commando’s are heading out to Paris, France for the first time in over 30 years. Please contact Norton France for further details, contact info is on our website.
After recent homologation approvals the Commando dual seat option is now available throughout Europe, USA, Canada and Japan. … Read More