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Blind Curve! All five sizes back in stock in the NOC Shop now!

Blind Curve!  The winning entry in "The Best Norton Owners T-shirt in the History of the World" competition, 2021.


Blind Curve! “A brilliant graphic treatment to say 'Norton' without saying it. White on black, simplicity with clarity of mind. No need to add anything else”.  Unisex, premium cotton and twin needle stitching.  


Available in a range of sizes at the NOC Shop - please remember to "log in"  to enjoy a 20% members discount.


Wanted – NOC Events Manager

After many years of stalwart service taking the NOC’s high-top long wheelbase Mercedes Sprinter van to England’s premiere classic bike events from which to run the Norton Owners Club’s presence, Nipper Harris has finally handed the van-keys back to considerable applause – many thanks Nipper, you performed noble services to the NOC, and we’re very grateful for the long hours and many miles you put into the role.


MAG polls motorcyclists regarding the petrol engine

MAG polls motorcyclists regarding the petrol engine

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) has launched a poll of UK
motorcyclists to gauge opinions on the use of petrol-powered motorcycles.

The UK Government has clearly stated its intent to move away from
traditional fossil-fuelled vehicles to an electric fleet. The Government
has also stated that it will ban sales of new petrol- and diesel-powered

"The Best Norton Owners T-shirt in the History of the World" - the results are in!

Over the last few months, some 200 pictures of much loved T-shirts have landed on the computer screen of Merchandise officers Robin and Lillie Robb. From all around the world they came, many with very interesting back-stories. Click the link to see the results and some great T-shirts!


MAG's ‘top five’ priority list under review by Roads Minister

The Motorcycle Action Group's top five priorities list is now under review by the Roads Minister.  MAG surveyed members for their top priority actions that will lead to better outcomes for motorcyclists.

Representatives of the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) met Roads Minister, Baroness Vere of Norbiton, on 27th January.  During the meeting, the Minister asked MAG to create a list of its top five priorities.

Footage of Norton motorbikes from the 1980s

Hi all - I've recieved this message from a TV company - if anyone can help please contact me....

Thanks - Paul.


We are producing a documentary for BBC SPORT WALES and we are looking for
footage of Norton motorbikes from the 1980s. This can be as part of film or
a Norton Advertisement.

Do you or any member happen to have any of this archived footage?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks ever so much,


Peter Williams

Peter WilliamsIt is with great sadness that we have to report that our popular and highly respected Vice President Peter Williams passed away on Sunday 20th December.

MAG wins TfL agreement to review threats to rider safety

News from the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG)

MAG wins TfL agreement to review threats to rider safety.

London transport bosses have agreed to review threats to rider safety.
Transport for London (TfL) will carry out a series of site visits at
critical points across London that – The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG)
says - are threatening riders' safety.

Motorcyclist fatalities in London have risen by more than 40% over the

NOC Facebook Page

Our club Facebook page has now been opened up to allow our members to share their biking antics! Whether it be technical tips, touring pics, questions on different parts etc feel free to share your Norton thoughts. Search Norton Owners Club to post directly onto our page or tag us @nortonownersclub in your post!

MAG - Sunak’s Levelling Up Fund is a massive opportunity for motorcycling

News from the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG)
Sunak’s Levelling Up Fund is a massive opportunity for motorcycling
This version: 2020-11-26 Embargo: IMMEDIATE
The Chancellor’s new £4 billion Levelling Up Fund is a great opportunity for motorcycling. Motorcyclists can win investment for secure parking facilities and bus lane access, so the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) advises members to contact their councillors and MPs.


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