The NCNOC was started in San Francisco in the early 1970’s. It was the first American branch of the Norton Owners Club (NOC) of England and grew geographically larger to become the Northern California Norton Owners Club. Still a branch of the feature picNOC and also the International Norton Owners Association (INOA), it is one of the largest Norton clubs in the USA.

Club membership is open to Norton owners and all Norton motorcycle enthusiasts. The club has monthly rides, meetings on the second Thursday of every month (at rotating venues), an award winning monthly newsletter, and this website. It also has an online NCNOC Yahoo! discussion group.

NCNOC Yahoo! Group
So if you like to ride, repair, eat, drink, be merry, talk about and admire Norton motorcycles, please consider joining – contact us for more details and membership information about the NCNOC and club activities.

Bylaws of the NCNOC (pdf)
Release of Liability (pdf)
Meeting Sign-In (pdf)
Ride Sign-In (pdf)

The NCNOC is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Norton motorcycle. Membership in the NCNOC is currently US$25 per year.

Choose ONE of the following two options:
A.   Join online via PayPal. This is a one-year NCNOC membership. By clicking the “Buy Now” button below you agree to the membership applicant general release from liability.


B.   Print out the traditional membership application (pdf) and mail in with payment to the address given on the form.

Also, whether a member or not, it is possible to make a donation to the NCNOC:

If you wish to join the NOC-UK please contact the NOC directly for details. Dues vary with the exchange rate, and include the fine Roadholder magazine.

The INOA puts on the North American Rally each year and publishes a fine quarterly magazine called the Norton News. This gives you access to national want ads and to Norton merchants all over the country. To join, please contact the INOA for more information.

We look forward to seeing you and your Norton at an event very soon.

Honorary members of the NCNOC for their contributions to the success of Norton on road and track:

  • Brian Slark
  • Jody Nicholas
  • Dick Slusher