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Old 11-26-2014, 04:30 AM   #1
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McGuinness to ride Hislops 1992 winning Norton at the Classic TT

2015 Classic TT to celebrate the British motorcycle manufacturer Norton

McGuinness to ride Hislops 1992 winning Norton at the Classic TT



TWENTY-ONE time Isle of Man TT winner John McGuinness will ride the 1992 Senior winning ABUS Norton of Steve Hislop in next year's Classic TT.

The 2015 Classic TT will be celebrating the British motorcycle manufacturer Norton with McGuinness set to ride Steve Hislop's 1992 TT Race winning ABUS sponsored machine "White Charge" during the parade lap.

The special Classic TT Parade Lap, Norton the Rotary Years, will run on Monday 31st August 2015 showcasing the Rotary Norton during the 1980's and 1990's and will hopefully feature original bikes and their riders such as Trevor Nation, Ian Simpson and Steve Cull.

There will be eighteen original factory Rotary Nortons at the Classic TT in total along with a number of iconic JPS liveried machines and the Duckham's sponsored bikes from the late Rotary era.

All of the bikes stated above will be on display from Friday 28th August to Tuesday 1st September 2015 including Rem Fowler's inaugural TT winning bike from 1907 in a special pop-up museum in the paddock thanks to the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.

As seen in previous years, the Classic TT will take a step back in time, but this year it will be to the late 1950's and early 1960's of the rocker years with music, fashion and much more.



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