This classic three-wheeler evokes memories of a bygone era with its traditional colours and livery.
First produced in 1927, the ES2 was the mainstay of the RAC patrol service. It was a long-stroke single engine originally launched as a sports motorcycle. The ES2 proved popular for RAC patrol due to its reliability and ease of maintenance.
The Club’s 1962 motorcycle features telescopic front forks, swinging-arm rear suspension and the famed featherbed frame coupled to a fibreglass sidecar, which was phased out in the 1960s with the arrival of the minivan. It had a capacity of 490cc and produced 25bhp. The last Norton ES2 was produced in 1964.