Norton

Founded in 1901, Norton is one of the most famous names of a once thriving British motorcycle industry. Alongside a wide range of successful road machines, Norton enjoyed many racing sucesses particularly throughout the 1940’s and 50’s with the now legendary Manx Nortons which were 350 and 500cc ‘production racers’ in the truest sense, and the first choice of many club racers and international stars alike.

 

Norton For Sale

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1971 Norton Commando 1971 Norton Commando Roadster

1971 Norton Commando  1971 Norton Commando Roadster
Current price:
$6,600.00
Type:
Auction
Bids:
5
Ends in:
1d 5h 55m
Seller: eBay

1974 Norton Commando 1974 Norton Comando motorcycle

1974 Norton Commando  1974 Norton Comando motorcycle
Price:
$5,995.00
Type:
Fixed price
Ends in:
2d 2h 43m
Seller: eBay

1964 Norton Atlas 750 1965 Norton atlas

1964 Norton Atlas 750  1965 Norton atlas
Current price:
$2,550.00
Type:
Auction
Bids:
5
Ends in:
6d 9h 25m
Seller: eBay

1973 Norton Commando 1973 Norton Commando 850

1973 Norton Commando  1973 Norton Commando 850
Price:
$5,000.00
Type:
Fixed price
Bids:
1
Ends in:
0d 12h 22m
Seller: eBay

1966 Norton Atlas 1966 Norton Atlas Project

1966 Norton Atlas  1966 Norton Atlas Project
Price:
$4,600.00
Type:
Fixed price
Ends in:
3d 5h 45m
Seller: eBay

1964 Norton Triton 1964 Norton Triton

1964 Norton Triton  1964 Norton Triton
Price:
$8,500.00
Type:
Fixed price
Ends in:
0d 3h 30m
Seller: eBay

1975 Norton Commando MK3 1975 Norton Commando MK3

1975 Norton Commando MK3  1975 Norton Commando MK3
Price:
$8,950.00
Type:
Fixed price
Ends in:
6d 0h 42m
Seller: eBay

1974 Norton Commando 1974 Norton Commando

1974 Norton Commando  1974 Norton Commando
Current price:
$14,700.00
Type:
Auction
Bids:
0
Ends in:
9d 2h 31m
Seller: eBay

1948 Norton 30 1948 NORTON INTERNATIONAL Model 30

1948 Norton 30  1948 NORTON INTERNATIONAL Model 30
Price:
$28,500.00
Type:
Fixed price
Ends in:
22d 2h 41m
Seller: eBay
 
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Throughout the 1960’s the Norton road bike range included 650 and 750cc twin cylinder bikes including the famous Commando, a bike which remains popular amongst classic Norton enthusiasts to this day. By the early 1970’s the British motorcycle industry was facing strong competition from the Japanese factories and Norton became part of the Norton Villers Triumph (NVT) group of companies. Always forward thinking, the company started development of their own rotary engined road and racing machines, culminating with a famous win in the 1992 Senior TT for the late Steve Hislop.