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New MCN August 6th: Norton Rotaries Ride Again

In this week's new look MCN paper, available in newsagents, on iPad and Android from August 6. FREE Weekend Missions 24-page adventure biking guide - things you can get out on your bike and do this weekend! Also in this week's MCN - Norton Rotaries Ride Again- British MotoGP in Crisis- Cal's Honda U-Turn- All-new Indian Scout- Sportsbike ABS gets smarter- Classic metal...

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bikemad123

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bikemad123 says:

 when are they gonna build a rotary for the road! go head on against the japs, selling comandos to 40 year old virgins is rather boring 

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records1990

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records1990 says:

Norton

 Norton would have been better building rotaries for general sale to the public, rotaries were a proven machine which worked and proved on the track, building what there doing now are too expensive for the ordinary rider to affored, they may be exclusive to the rich guy's who want to show off to the rest of bikers but not to us all, and what ever they do they will never match the sound of those rotaries screeming round Malory together, also remember it was a Norton Rotary that first broke the 200mph barrier in the UK built into a streamliner, sadly it was burnt to bit's when the Motorcycle Museum burnt down and no longer exist's.

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