Norton Launches One of One Colour Customisation Program

The new ‘One of One’ program means riders can spec the paint and livery of their bike to create their perfect machine

Norton Launches One of One Colour Customisation Program

Norton Motorcycles has launched a new colour customisation program, and the first machine to be getting the One of One treatment is a stunning Steve Hislop ‘White Charger’ replica.

The new service allows Norton owners to specify the paint, colour, and design to be applied to their new machine, meaning they can create any design or replica of an iconic race bike they desire. The One of One service is available on the Commando 961, V4SV, and V4CR models. On the Commando 961 the fuel tank, tail unit, and airbox can be specified. On the V4CR and V4SV, the entire fairings and exterior panels can be designed however the new owner wishes.

Once a customer has registered their interest in the service, a Norton consultant will discuss some initial ideas with them, before a brief for the bike is agreed between Norton and the client. Then the design renderings for the model are created and sent to the customer to be agreed prior to them paying their deposit to secure their build.

Depending on the specification and complexity of the build, timelines from initial consultation to completion and delivery are typically four to six months. During this time, updates are shared with the client, including videos and face-to-face meetings where required.

The first bike to go through the One of One customisation program is the stunning ‘White Charger’ replica you can see at the top of the page. It’s a recreation of the Rotary Norton RCW588 race bike, ridden to victory by Steve Hislop in the 1992 Senior Isle of Man TT. The V4SV White Charger replica will be on display at the Bike Shed Moto Show across the rest of this weekend, before heading to Victory Café on the Isle of Man for the TT, and then the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, to sit alongside the original race bike.

Interested parties can email to register.

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