Here’s a modern-day sportbike, with high-spec components and a price to match.
New made-in-the-UK machines are aimed at affordability, relatively speaking. They’re still going to be expensive when compared to Asian bikes.
At first glance, and judging from the press release, this bike isn’t much different from Norton’s existing 961 models.
Brit bike brand is set to triple production after bringing in money to hire more workers and buy tooling.
It’s got lots of high-spec bits, but that comes at a price.
Here’s another look at what’s coming from the UK this fall.
Norton promises high-spec superbike, but writers and fans are skeptical.
If you’re in downtown Toronto this week, consider checking out the Norton Dominator SS.
Norton’s head designer says his company is working on a V4 superbike to compete with the Panigale, as well as a 650 cc sportbike that emphasizes handling.
Norton Motorcycles has received a big chunk of government money to help set up a new training institute and develop technology. Will this mean reduced wait times? Maybe we’ll actually see them on the streets in real numbers in the next few years.