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old Norton still being riden in Miami
17-SEP-2005 @ Bruce Gilling

old Norton still being riden in Miami

Canon EOS 350D ,Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
1/500s f/6.3 at 50.0mm iso400 full exif

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Guest 07-Mar-2011 05:24
This is what a bike is supposed to look like!
Natures Exotic Beauty Photography07-Jul-2009 08:20
I had one of these in 1968 and road it in Miami.
Lucky Cole
John L 20-Feb-2009 01:37
Had a '68 Norton Atlas..predecessor to this one..and Icalled it the "NotRun", in view of it's constant breakdowns. Others of the same vintage had the same problems. Good looking machine, but, like most British iron, unreliable.
There's a bikenight hereabouts at the local Sonic..and frequently a gentleman shows up on his '46 AJS. Looks good and runs fine, although it takes alot of tinkering. Love to see the older machines still being ridden.
Monte Dodge11-Apr-2008 03:47
So Nice,,,
@ Bruce Gilling06-May-2006 13:04
I remember that someone had on of these in our village -circa 1976. As kids we spent hours drooling over it...If you look closely you can see the wet patch here too.. :-))
Love 'em
frank_111204-Apr-2006 07:15
I LOVE NORTON
Michael Tauber13-Mar-2006 06:57
Very nice photo and… memories
Utsav 27-Feb-2006 09:31
We have a few vinatge ones still around in India and ofcourse the Royal Enfield that is still being manufactured with the original Design and engine from the 1950's
Cool Pix!
Monte Dodge18-Dec-2005 04:14
Awesome photo and great bike!!!! Triumps and Nortons have class that harley's and rice rockets can't touch!!! Monte
papajim06-Oct-2005 05:12
On the very first page, the Norton owners' manuals will tell you that a Norton never has had nor will have an electric starter, motorcycles are meant to be kick started. Nortons were noted for their high compression engines that routinely kicked back. Most former owners smile fondly at the memories and limp off into the sunset.
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