Commando Contacts
Page updated 20-Jun-2016

We have no personal experience of any of these companies, so would welcome any feedback. If you know of anyone, anywhere, who should be added to this list, please let us know.

Andover Norton Ltd was founded in 1977 to house all Norton Commando and Dominator Models, Triumph and BSA Spare Parts that came from the stores of Norton Villiers and BSA/Triumph. The company was first and foremost the source for all Norton spares and, as original stock was sold off, they re-manufactured new Norton parts. They are now based in Hungerford, Berkshire, England. On their website they list Norton parts dealers worldwide, so you can easily find a local dealer to go to.

Mick Hemmings Motorcycles is in Northampton, England. He was racing Commandos back in the 70's and from a historical point of view, Mick Hemmings is THE man for Race Parts. Though he has a website, he cannot be contacted by email. PO Box 1417, Long Buckby NN6 7SD. Tel: 01327 844877 Fax: 01327 844877

Norman White was formerly Norton Villiers & John Player Norton Development Engineer and Chief Mechanic Honda Britain. He is now dedicated to all aspects of motor cycle engineering and fabrication, and operates at the Thruxton Circuit near Andover in Hampshire, England.

R.G.M Motors is a small Mail Order business situated on the fringe of the Lake District in the North of England. They have been in business since 1980, re-manufacturing thousands of parts to original or improved specification and shipping them all over the world on a daily basis.

Steve Maney of Middlestown Engineering has been racing 750cc Nortons since 1975. As he extracted more and more power from his engines, and the original cylinders, crankcases, cranks etc started to break, he designed and made his own. He would make small batches, use a few in his own engines and sell the rest to other racers. This soon expanded and became the mainstay of his business, and since 1992 he has concentrated solely on his up-rated Norton parts. The business is in Wakefield, England.

Russell Motors is a family business established over 50 years ago. Started by Bill Myers in 1945, he specialised in ex-war department spares, supplying customers and dealers (including Gus Kuhn Motors) from their shop in Battersea, not far from the Gus Kuhn showroom. As the years went by and the British bike industry declined, Bill was out buying up other dealers stock as fast as they closed, including Harold Daniels, Pride and Clarke, Elite Motors and Taylor Matterson. Bill is taking it easy now and has left the running to his sons and grandsons.

Commando Specialties provide quality, replacement or custom parts for 1968 to 1976 Norton Commandos. They have 1000's of new and used parts in inventory. They also rebuild Commandos at their facility in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Old Britts is a mail order shop in the Seattle (USA) area providing parts, manuals, rebuilding and upgrade services to Norton motorcycles owners. They mainly deal in Commando parts and services and will ship anywhere in the world.

NORTON OWNERS CLUB (UK) Their website lists branches and contacts in the UK and Europe:

INTERNATIONAL NORTON OWNERS ASSOC. (USA) They have a list of about forty chapters all over the USA:




NORTON OWNERS CLUB of Victoria (Australia):

NORTON OWNERS CLUB of New South Wales (Australia):