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KRAZY HORSE TAKES ON NORTON FRANCHISE

Suffolk-based custom motorcycle specialist Krazy Horse has taken on the Norton franchise.
The tie-up begins on 3 April and will see the dealership selling the latest range of Commando  961 motorcycles, including the 961 Café Racer, apparel and accessories.  

Commenting on the arrival of Norton Motorcycles in Bury St Edmunds, Krazy Horse owner Paul Beamish said: “We are delighted to be one of the first regional UK dealerships to support the distribution of Norton in the UK and interest in the bikes has already been immense.

“That the 111-year-old heritage Norton brand is back in the UK and US is great news for motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere.  Now hand built at the British motorcycle manufacturer’s Hasting House facility at Donington Hall, the bikes are processed and shipped in small numbers to countries around the world.

“We are staging a Norton Night to celebrate.”

Stuart Garner, Norton Motorcycles Owner, says: “Our point of reference – ‘Made in Britain built by British hands’ – is our essential guidance in the development of our bikes. Norton motorcycles were conceived and designed from the start to be proper British roadsters.

“These are bikes that excel in the real-world street-riding conditions of the twisty bits on secondary roads. Every Norton is fitted with the best suspension and brakes for confident road manners with superior road-holding, and a quality of fit and finish rarely seen today.”

www.krazyhorse.co.uk
 

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