of the 2010 TTXGP series; a modified 1966 Norton and a 2010 Mavizen TTX02 Superbike were just two of the machines that took part in the race.US rider Shawn Higbee took victory in the event, riding for team Zero Agni.
.Additionally, there are some notable British motorcycles are included such as a 1951 Vincent Black Shadow (£30,000 - £40,000) with just 3,000-odd miles from new and a believed ex-Francis Beart 1959 Norton Manx, as well as numerous Triumph models.Overall, the Du Pont family
the valves that point 45 degrees away from each other. The Hulster uses a Norton gearbox.You can view a quick movie of the Hulster, here
.Conversations are still being held with Aprilia, MV Agusta and Norton but at the time of going to press the organisers were unable to confirm decisions on their attendance at this year's event.
KEVIN SCHWANTZ has been out in full-on racing action again, taking six wins on the trot on a tricked-up Manx Norton.The 1993 500GP World Champion raced at the 30th Pukekohe Classic Festival in New Zealand last weekend on the Manx, the first time he
first bike in 1937.Mr Scott's first rode a Norton 16H 490CC but now regularly rides a Honda CBF600.“Once you ride on two wheels it just gets hold of you,” he said. “It's the feeling of the wind across your face and is much better than being enclosed in a
for 899 euros in Europe and £700 in the UK.The Isle of Man TT organisation will receive a commission for every helmet sold and the marshals will use the TT series for promotion.Looks cool! A bit JPS Norton, don't you think?
by racing motorcyclist and Brough Superior Club President, Dick Knight.Other vintage motorcycles that are expected to attract interest include a 1955 Vincent Series-D Black Shadow (£34,000-38,000), a 1950 Norton 500cc International (£17,000-20,000) and a
into a stubby Cafe Racer.The seat's from a Manx Norton, the tank from a Ducati Imola. Twin Öhlins piggyback shocks give a nod to on-track performance, while the whisky flask tucked away in the seat and the 13mm spanner folding the tank in place are more
Plant colours and signed by John McGuinness in celebration of his 'fastest' TT lap is also up for sale. Norton F1 for the price of a 999R?The rotary-engined 1990 Norton F1 has covered just 12,257 miles from new. Estimate: 11,000-13,000 GBP. The equally
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