Our Guest Book
Name: Jack Van Kempen
Country: Antwerp / Belgium
Message: Great site – Very nice pictures and historic info – We are with several Norton Rotaries here around and hope to enjoy them for much more years! regards, Jack.
Name: David Lace
Country: Cumbria / England
Message: Fantastic to find this site – it’s brilliant to see & hear these wonderful bikes again! If my memory serves me correctly the whole concept came about through a guy called Malcolm Heath (a factory employee) who raced one in Club events. In it’s original guise it was a patriotic Red White & Blue. Keep up the good work — I’ll come back!!!
Name: Rob Routledge
Country: Batemans Bay / Australia
Message: As a Norton owner it was great to see others with a love for the best bike name in the world, allas no new Norton’s but I ride.
Name: Brian & Doreen Crighton
Country: Staffordshire / England
Message: Came across this site by accident – but certainly a fantastic piece of history. Well done, and thank you to everybody who prepared the site. You seem to forget all the things that were achieved by myself and others in this great era for British engineering. Only sad that it is no more!! All that we can look forward to now is the occasional demonstration laps at some forthcoming events. I would like to take this opportunity of thanking everybody for their interest and support and hope to see you soon.
Name: Brian Hutchins
Country: Bridgend / South Wales
Message: Been working for Norton’s for a number of years. Its nice to see someone still flying the banner. Keep it up will visit your site again.
Name: John Boardman
Country: Northampton / England
Message: Fantastic site, keep it up!. I believe both "Duckhams" bike are at the national motor museum. I want one !!!
Name: Richard Lacy
Country: UK / USA
Message: If any bike/engine could ever make it, an updated version of this should – someone please mass produce this Gem. If the Norton name can ever return this would be the way to go!
Name: Ned Blair
Country: Larne / Northern Ireland
Message: A great fan of robert dunlop brings back memories the sound of the nortons at leathem town, nice site.
Name: Rick Sinn
Country: Michigan / USA
Message: I’m happy that Kenny Dreer is bringing back the Norton name and spirit BUT — how poignant that the rotary hasn’t stayed alive in its own right. The latest 2004 YamaKawaHonduki 1000 cc 4cyl “superbikes” only now meet the specs of the 588 Roton’s final incarnation…
Name: Darren Woodhead
Message: Saw the JPS Norton