Nation's Capital Norton Owners is a club dedicated to the preservation of Norton motorcycles and the joys of Norton motorcycle ownership.

NCNO is located in the Washington, D.C. area, and is a local chapter of the International Norton Owners Association (INOA) and a chartered American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) club.

There are monthly meetings, held on the second Sunday. There are regular rides, a yearly rally, called Rolling Thunder, held the weekend after Labor Day in September, and other club events.

NCNO has been in existence since 1982, and currently has over 100 members. Our newsletter is delivered to members' email inbox every month.

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Upcoming Events

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NCNO Meeting
Sunday, January 14, 2018

Location: Marc Bouchard’s, Washington, DC
Time: 1:00 pm.

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Timonium Motorcycle Show
February 9-11, 2018

Friday thru Sunday
Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium, MD

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NCNO Meeting
Sunday, February 11, 2018
Location to be announced

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International Motorcycle Show
February 23-25, 2018
Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.
Contact Burt Upchurch at to volunteer to man the booth or if you have a bike to display.

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About NCNO

The back story of the NCNO

In Memoriam

NCNO members gone but not forgotten

Club Officers

Contact info for our current NCNO officers

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Photo galleries of NCNO activities


Links to other sites of interest to NCNO members


Current members


Years since first meeting


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