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John Westlake  says:

New 210bhp Norton rotary

Norton is set to make a stunning return to racing next year with an all-new 200bhp+ rotary superbike. The news – which is revealed in full in tomorrow’s MCN – means Norton could have a BSB and even WSB bike over the next three years. The new Donington Park-based factory is currently in full flow building the limited edition Commando...

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bikemad123

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bikemad123 says:

WOW!

all i need know is a re-mortgage and for norton to make one for road! oh and what ever happened to triumphs 1100 daytona think they ve missed the boat on that one! bring out a class leading 675 an then we get nothing real shame considering the prices of japanese sports bikes!

looks like thay ve let the germans(bmw) cash in on that

it will be an abosulte fucking miracle if we ever see the norton on road or track dont get your hopes up there all talk an no trousers  

  

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