No fewer than 32 Nortons, representing every era in the history of the famous marque, were transported from the National Motorcycle Museum to this year’s Classic TT Festival.
Huge NMM effort brings Classic TT paddock alive
Everyone involved in the National Motorcycle Museum”s brilliant “Norton â€“ The Rotary Years” parade lap poses with the machines that took part.
Visitors described the huge pop-up museum display as the best ever seen in a TT paddock, with a Norton racing machine to represent every decade from the 1900s to the 1990s.
As if that wasn’t enough, the museum excelled itself with a parade around the 37.73-mile TT circuit on Saturday, August 29 entitled, ‘Norton – The Rotary Years’, in which no fewer than 12 of its revolutionary machines took part.
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