Reg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock PhotoReg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo
Reg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo

Meet the saviour of the storied Norton motorcycle

In 2008, Stuart Garner bought legendary British motorcycle maker Norton and began an ambitious programme to turn the company into a superbike superstar. The key? Make sure everyone at the company loves riding motorcycles

Reg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock PhotoReg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo
Reg Armstrong, on a Norton, winner of the Trophy race of 1952, (Senior) is seen here tackling a corner on the course. Photo: Alamy Stock Photo
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