A very special engine (only two ever produced), built in the factory race shop with a Joe Craig bottom end and a Doug Hele top end. It’s an ultra-short stroke, 93mm bore x 73mm stroke (the standard 1958 Manx was 78mm x 78mm). Put together for the 1958 Isle of Man TT with Australian Keith Campbell […]
This historic racer was entered by the factory team for the 1933 and 34 TT races. In 1935 it was taken to the TT as a practise bike, to be used by the team members if their latest model was being worked on. From there it was sold off and in 1936 was ridden in […]
Norton Dominator 99, 600cc vertical four stroke twin. Manufactured in 1959 but customised over the years into a traditional cafe racer, true to the spirit of the 60’s. It has been built to resemble, as closely as possible, the “over the counter” production racers of the period – the timeless Manx Norton, which was the […]
Norton Superior 1000cc V-Twin at Bromyard Speed Festival 3rd April 2016 This bike is a replica of a one off bike constructed by Norton in 1938 for the war effort. It never went into production. A 1000cc V twin Brough Superior engine is used. The bike won the “Classic Bike of the Year ” in […]
Norton M30 500cc TelferManxNorton 500cc 1962 specification, producing 58bhp at rear wheel giving a top speed of over 140 mph. This machine is the last in a line of Manx Nortons tuned by the late Ian Telfer. Notably Ian built a 250cc Manx Norton (stroked down 350) that was ridden with great success by John […]
1954 Triton based on a Norton Wideline featherbed frame, using a Triumph T100 1955 Engine.