Andover Norton offering new Wideline Featherbeds

BUILDING A NORTON-BASED special or restoring a bike with a bent frame?

Andover Norton has revealed that it has commissioned a batch of brand-new Norton Wideline Featherbed frames for road or racing use.

The new frames are replicas of the road-going 1957 Norton Wideline product.


They were manufactured by a long-established motorcycle frame maker based near to Andover Norton’s Hampshire site.

Checking a new Feathered on the jig

The frames contain all the original brackets for customers wishing to produce a road bike, although special builders may prefer to remove some.

The frames have now passed inspection and are supplied unpainted and made from 2mm (14swg) ERW seamed tube with MIG welds.

New Featherbeds from Andover Norton

The frames cost £1495 plus Vat and can be ordered from

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