Welcome to the Yorkshire Norton Owners Club


We hope you will enjoy your time here and whether you are a past, current or potential Norton Owner you are welcome to join our branch of the truly international Norton Owners Club.

As a member you will be able to tap in to a wealth of technical information and know how, meet and chat to like minded enthusiasts, join in organised Ride-outs, attend the monthly branch meeting and generally join in. The Yorkshire branch members are a friendly group of all ages amongst whom you will soon feel at home.
To join please contact the branch secretary on the contact us page.

We meet every second Wednesday of the month, at THE MARSH on Waterloo Road, Pudsey at 19.30hrs. All we ask is that all members and visitors put £1 into the branch funds collection every meeting. Any change of venue will be notified here.


September 23rd 2017 – branch ride out to Arnside

12 branch members joined the eventful run through the Forest of Bowland on the 23rd September


One of the events, a flat tyre fixed at the road side

International Rally – 25th – 28th August 2017

6 Branch members attended the International Rally in Belgium

InCider Rally Somerset 16th Sept 2017

Branch members outside Wells Cathedral Somerset, 8 branch members attended the rally.


Prize winners – Nigel Birdsall was awarded the ‘Best Rotary’ prize.

Classic TT Practice – Nortons Ready to Race

Josh Brookes Rotary


12th August Ride Out

First ride out stop at Hollingworth Lake near Rochdale.

Lunch break was at the Oxenhope Station with a steam engine for company. 6 bikes joined the run and 110 miles were covered on the day.

Hebden Bridge Vintage Weekend – 6th August

7 branch members attended the show on Sunday 6th August and displayed 5 Commando’s and one Atlas. At another well organised event.

Scarborough Ride Out – 17th June 2017

Welcome shade at the Dalby Forest visitors centre on a hot sunny day


11 bikes met at the start of the run, unfortunately we lost Harry before the 1st stop but met up again at Oliver’s Mount.


Martin left his Commando at home and brought along his Guzzi, now Commando’s are good looking but the LeMans Mk1 is stunning!

A stop at the Flimber Café in the woods on the way home, 192 miles were covered in the day.

Sowerby Bridge Bike Show

Branch members posing with the canal boats moored behind, a very pleasant setting for a bike show.

Six bikes on display before the show started, the sun came out later in the day and a good number of people came to support the charity event.

Peak District Ride Out (AKA The drop off ride out) – 13th May 2017

10 bikes attended the ride out, within the first 20 miles we had numerous bits drop off Norton’s (headlight, footrest and brake master cylinder cap!), but is was another very good day with only a couple of showers over the higher ground.

Quick stop at Ladybower before heading for Castleton and a lunch stop

First Ride Out of 2017

The first ride out of 2017 visited the Dales, this photo show’s the stunning Ribblehead viaduct in the background. 13 bikes joined the run which thankfully managed to avoid the rain showers, 130 miles were covered in the day.