1965 Norton ATLAS (1965)
My heart aches to write this but....Have kids they said.....It'll be fun they said..... I'm selling a rather awesome Norton Feathebed frame tank (fuel oil) swing arm seat pan assy as is. , I was going to put together a high end Triton but I have had kids since then.2016-12-12 04:48:45Ocala, Florida, United States92,700.00
1965 Norton Atlas (1965)
1965 Norton Atlas 750cc project motorcycle. True Mileage Unknown. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please read my comments regarding the Title at the end of this description.2016-11-07 04:45:41Mobile, Alabama, United States999400
1962 Norton Atlas (1962)
2016-10-09 04:45:43Ojai, California, United States1416921
1967 Norton Atlas (1967)
This great looking bike is a real barn find.It has been in storage for 25 years and ran when it was put in the barn.Everything on it is original.2016-10-05 04:56:22Fresno, California, United States76210000
1967 Norton ATLAS (1967)
This is a project bike, does not run. Bike was completely disassembled for restoration and inspection and simply ran out of time. It has been assembled for sale but figure on a complete rebuild.2016-08-04 05:03:15San Luis Obispo, California, United States76,500.00
1965 Norton Atlas (1965)
We buy vintage motorcycles, parts and collections! Mach IV Motors Please note: payment is due within three (3) days of auction end Up for sale: FEATHERBED FRAME & ENGINE CASES W/ TITLE (***SEE BELOW FOR TERMS OF SALE) removed from a 1965 Norton Atlas - good, hard to find parts - FRAME & CASES APPEAR SOLID - COME AS SHOWN - TITLED AS 1966 -see pictures for details (pictures do count for most of the description LOOK AT THEM ALL) Please see pictures for additional details. ***Price is $249.99 plus final bid, plus $99 service fee, plus $175 shipping.2016-07-18 05:05:33Appleton, Wisconsin, United States9995100
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The new headquarters of Norton Motorcycles has officially openedMon, 22 Nov 2021
The British motorcycle manufacturer announced the opening of the plant in Solihull and the readiness to produce up to 8,000 motorcycles per year. Not only production is located at the new location: from now on, the R&D department, the design center, and offices are based in Solihull. Moreover, it will also have its own showroom, a small museum and even a motorcycle service center.
Norton V4SV: the most luxurious British sportbike ever createdFri, 12 Nov 2021
The Solihull company announced nothing less than the beginning of a new era of British motorcycle construction. And the symbol of the beginning of this era will be the Norton V4SV sportbike, presented at once in two versions: Manx and Carbon. Scheduled for release next year, the V4SV is powered by a 1,200cc V-4-cylinder engine, developed in-house.
The new Norton plant has been launchedFri, 23 Apr 2021
At the first stage, the Brits will be engaged in the production of Commando 961, then the range of models produced will expand.The British brand, now owned by the Indian company TVS, is returning to the market as planned. The first step was the launch of a new plant in Solihull. The production capacity of the plant with an area of about 7000 sq.
The first Norton to roll off the assembly line in 2021 will be CommandoWed, 23 Dec 2020
The British company plans to produce 40 motorcycles of this model, most of which have already been prepaid. And only after the end of the story with Commando, the company will move on to the assembly of the V4 model, and then the two long-awaited Atlases. According to the company's management, the new model, Norton Atlas, currently still requires a number of final fine-tuning works before the start of mass production.
Production of 650cc Norton models will start at the end of next yearTue, 17 Nov 2020
In addition to the release of V4 and Commando models, the British plan to expand their lineup. The Norton V4 and Commando motorcycles, presented to the public in 2018, will not start rolling off the assembly line until the end of 2021. This is primarily due to the fact that Norton, owned by the Indian company TVS, is currently busy transferring production from Donnington Hall to Solihull.
Norton has announced a stylish scramblerSun, 08 Jul 2018
The boss of the British brand, Stuart Garner, published images of a promising model on his Twitter. Norton's Atlas and P11 scramblers from the sixties will have an heir! The 650 Atlas Scrambler, based on the same models from the past, still exists in virtual reality and is content only with the status of a concept.
Norton reveals plans for the futureTue, 04 Aug 2015
According to unofficial information, the plant plans to produce a sportbike that can compete with the Ducati 1299 Panigale and Superleggera IS. Norton's head of design, Simon Skinner, revealed that the bike will be powered by a brand new V4 1200cc engine and 200+ horsepower.
Third Annual ‘The MEET’ at ACMTue, 26 Aug 2014
More than 2,000 attendees visited America’s Car Museum for its 3rd annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival ‘The MEET’ last weekend in Tacoma, Washington, where over 300 motorcycles and scooters were showcased on the Haub Family Field at LeMay. The event drew pre-1981 motorcycles and scooters from the U.S. and Canada, including an antique motorcycle display, swap meet, cruise-in and a 78-mile roundtrip tour from ACM’s Anderson Plaza to Mt. Rainier.
“The Meet” Vintage Motorcycle Show This SaturdayMon, 18 Aug 2014
The stage is set for ”The Meet at ACM” motorcycle show this weekend in Tacoma, WA. While festivities will begin on Friday evening, America’s Car Museum (ACM) will host the third annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival on Saturday from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Organizers expect 450 vintage motorcycles and scooters from all over the nation to attend.
Kevin Schwantz To Race Goodwood Aboard Norton FeatherbedWed, 23 Jul 2014
If you didn’t already notice, Kevin Schwantz has a full plate this year. At 50 years young, the 1993 500cc World Champion will be competing at the prestigious Suzuka 8-Hours in a few weeks, and he’s followed that up with the announcement he will be making his Goodwood Revival debut during the September 12-14 event on an iconic Manx Norton ‘Featherbed’. Schwantz, last raced on UK soil during the 1994 British 500cc Grand Prix at Donington Park, but will tackle the daunting Goodwood Motor Circuit this year in the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy, which will be run for bikes of 1951-54 period.