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John Westlake  says:

Norton picture: proof of full production

This is the picture that sceptics thought they'd never see and proves reborn Norton is now in full production.  In next week's MCN, out on Wednesday June 2, we get exclusive access to Norton's factory, and watch production of the £15,995, 961 Commando SE. Around 30 examples of the retro-styled, twin cylinder roadster have now been completed, with 20 already delivered to...

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Sep 09

Posts: 712

I Cant Wait

for the wankel racer :-P although it's prolly a pipe-dream :-( Great to see the guys with finished articles! I hope this is the scene in 5 years time (or waaaay better ;-) good luck!)

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Aug 02

Posts: 239

Biker4751 says:

Lovely Picture

If Mr. Bloor doesn't want to build an upscale triumph twin this will certainly fill the gap.  I wonder if there are any plans to bring the bike to America?

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May 05

Posts: 7

BerZerK says:

Good luck Norton

They'll be adding pillion seats to their range before the end of 2010.


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Feb 10

Posts: 38

great bike

seen this bike up close, the build quality is amazing, billeted aluminium front calliper bracket is up there with bimota finesse and holds top line ohlines suspension is place, carbon fiber wheels,,,,love them, the whole bike looks fantastic!i think brit bikes combines the style of the Italians with the build quality of the japs now we have earned the lessons from the past. ............................. mind for me the cafe racer sounds very very nice and you get nearly as nice bike for £12000 which is a nice saving

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Nov 03

Posts: 470

kl595 says:

scary moment

I read the heading and thought it was Graham Norton! Thank God, it's two wheeled production.

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May 10

Posts: 1

blatfrag says:

I wish them every success

In 1992 on the day the then Norton concern went into administration, I took delivery of my new F1. Nearly twenty years later I still love the bike. It is thirsty, not quick by modern standards, but the Spondon frame and quality components still mean it handles as good as anything else I have ridden. With 130,000 miles on it, it still puts a smile on my face. 

I wish the factory all the best for the future, and hopefully the next generation rotary will make it to production, because I will have one. The build quality of the new Nortons look to be top drawer, and another UK manufacturer of motorcycles is most welcome.

My wife is on her third Hinkley produced Triumph, and I am on my second 955i Daytona. Riding something made in the UK is something that makes this middle aged bloke proud.  

I think they have achieved a great deal since stepping out on their dream and wish them continued success.

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Feb 09

Posts: 188

Commando828 says:

Best of Luck

I understand the UK version has been extensively and professionally modified to eliminate any 'rough edges' of the original USA version.

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Apr 09

Posts: 2733

BUSA666 says:

great bikes

best of luck

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