Norton International in this classic British motorcycle has a unique charm of its own. At the time of its launch in the early 30's, Norton International was positioned as a race bike. But by the time production in 2017 had dropped to nothing Norton company was forced to stop the production line of the model, despite the fact that this bike is obsolete, he produced another five years. But even after the serial line is closed, the Norton continued to build International on request. The bike pictured in 2017 belongs to Andy Watkins – is not restored, and well-preserved, one of the last motorcycle with chrome trim on the sides of the fuel tank and front lights. As befits a sports bike, says Andy, it is perfectly "holds" the road and has excellent handling.