**£2,024 contribution on new 961 models registered before the end of March**
The team at Oakmere are thrilled to announce our brand new sales partnership with Norton Motorcycles .
Based in the heart of Cheshire at our Northwich showroom, our enthusiastic team are ready to discuss the range of beautiful Norton motorcycles and arrange test rides of our new Commando 961 demo bike.
Contact Tom, Simon or Steve on 01606 41481 for further details.
Brand new stock motorcycle. On the road fees £155
Norton air and oil Cooled parallel twin 961cc,
Dry sump lubrication,
77bhp @7250 rpm,
81Nm of torque @ 6300 rpm,
5 speed constant mesh transmission,
Ohlins fork adjustable compression and rebound,
Ohlins twin rear fully adjustable shocks,
Polished aluminum spoked rims,
Dunlop sport max GPR300 tyres,
Hand pinstriped bodywork,
Silver engine block finish,
Polished engine cases,
Embroidered Seat (Pillion available as an option).
The Commando 961 is the ultimate modern classic because it combines what we all want; timeless looks, unquestionable performance and a soundtrack rescued from a bygone era. But at Norton we know that not all motorcyclists are the same, which is why we have the 961 Sport and the 961 Café Racer.
When the Commando was designed in 1966, Norton stood for the same principles that ?Pa? Norton had when he began building motorcycles in 1902. They are the same principles we have now: the highest quality components, precision engineering and traditional craftsmanship; now in a 21st century package. That?s not to say we?ve stuffed the Commando full of pointless tech for the sake of it ? the opposite in fact.
Just like the original bike over 50 years ago, a Commando 961 will not tell you when to change gear, it will not take charge of the throttle and it will not get between you and the simple pleasure of a well-earned ride. Instead it offers reliability when you require it, comfort when you want it and the roar of a petrol powered British twin when you ask for it. Quite simply the Commando 961 is everything you need, and nothing you don't?