Professionally built by Les Cook as a ‘rolling advertisement’ for his Norton shop, this Norton Atlas 750 Racer competed in the AHRMA BEARS series. What’s a BEAR, you ask? It stands for British European American Racing Series, and it’s for “certain two-cylinder machines built up through 1968 and competing under Formula 750 specifications.”
This specific Norton Atlas 750 Racer features a slimline featherbed frame, and all kinds of engine work from Steve Maney. Head over to the listing for a full list, but you’re looking at least $25k in parts, plus who knows how much in labor. According to the dyno sheet, this bike puts down 72.1 horsepower at the rear wheel, as well at 59.1 pound-feet of torque.
Find this Norton Atlas 750 Racer for sale in Brewster, New York with bidding up to $12,700