Model B3 Sports 250cc Norman
Brothers Charles and Fred Norman started their fledgling business before WW1 in Ashford, Kent and on return from war service formed the Kent Plating and Enamelling Co. in 1920 in their garden shed.
At their height, Norman’s were producing 5000 cycles, 600 mopeds and 60 motorcycles every week, employing 420 people and were the second largest employer in Ashford after the railway works. The factory finally closed in August 1961. This is the biggest collection of Norman motorcycles in Britain. The Norman Cycles Club is based at Willesborough Windmill in Ashford.
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