Has anyone heard anything about this bike? I can't find out if it's available or not and if it will in the states. What a beautiful bike.
all the interest don't mean naught when it costs $10 million initial capital to put the bike on the market.quote:
Thanks for the info. I actually just did a search and read the exact same thing. What a shame man cause the bike is beautiful. It's actually exactly what i was looking for. I can't believe that they can't find some investors with all the interest they have.
Those VR880 are amazing.
no they were shipping out the "special edition" pocket bikes the company sells <img src=icon_smile_dead.gif border=0 align=middle>quote:
I saw two "new" Norton semi-trucks recently on the road. One in Montana and the other in Colorado. Ya think there just driving around empty trucks? Maybe there just full of broken hearts and shattered dreams...
I'm pretty sure norton didn't build any production bikes but they did build test mules (4 functional ones that have come to light so far), so if you are seeing them in Oregon chances are they are being ridden by employees or people close to the company.quote:There's a guy in town here that has one of the new Commando 961 SS. It's like a friggin' rolling boner! The only thing i see that's different from the pic shown here is that he's got inverted forks on his. I'm about 30 miles from where Norton was setup here in Oregon, missed the factory tour but I see a couple now and again in town.
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