Spain, US and Canada Soon to Receive Their First Norton Bikes
While the North American market has not seen Norton imports so far, Spain did... 30 years ago. The break is of course, huge, but we're ever so glad to see Norton making their way back in long-lost countries.
The first bikes for Spain are already boxed and they'll be available soon via Corver SA, the new Norton partner in the peninsula. For questions and details, the Spaniards can already contact their new Norton dealer.
Canada and USA are the next in line, with the manufacturing for these markets due to start in a matter of weeks or days. Things have long been on the run, all certifications have been cleared and homologations were approved. It's only a matter of paperwork until Norton's new Commando 961 bikes will be lining up for crossing the pond.
Noton proudly adds that Japan homologation is complete, with Australia and New Zealand soon to follow. And one more spicy detail Norton emphasized: “Further to the increased investment, we can also announce today the acquisition of the shares that Norton did not already own in Spondon Engineering Ltd. This gives Norton 100% control and ownership of the renowned 40 year old motorcycle engineering business ..." Made in England, baby!
❐ Check out the Norton exports grow significantly photo gallery