Its beautiful and a credit to you. You should be very proud of what you've done.Restored with much help from Access Norton.
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IT looks much better in an 8x10, thanks. History: YD had a severe crash in Daytona in March 2002, He called and asked if I had a bike for him to ride, so I set up the old # 3 bike for him. In the Big bike race, in the Laconia hair pin at the end of the long down hill straight, two fellow Canadiens on Nortons almost tangles with Yvon trying to out brake him. But by the start finish he already had a comfortable lead and this picture is of him on the second to last lap on at start finish glaring back and as Joe Bolger said " Yvon sure spent a lot of time looking back." But YD showed why he is in 5 hall of fame and always rode well as his equipment would allow. The fans flocked to the bike and the CHR Commando showed it was much more than a show pony and more like the thorough bred a Commando can be.
my long lost 1971 Fastback.....sold at Las Vegas in 2001 to Randy Baxter.....
I hadn't planned to. I'm not a member of the VMCC. That signpost was about 65 miles into the ride (I'm from Warwickshire).Very nice. The signpost says Shropshire. Will you be doing the VMCC's Herefordshire on the Edge run in June?
Dont have to be a VMCC member, although the entry is a few more £. Start and finish at Leintwardine, approx 200mile ride all round the borders of Herefordshire. Brilliant day out (if the weather is good). I have done it a couple of times on my T140 and once on the Commando.I hadn't planned to. I'm not a member of the VMCC. That signpost was about 65 miles into the ride (I'm from Warwickshire).
When I was just thinking about powder coating my primary, timing and gear box covers, I saw a picture of your bike and liked the look.I like your black primary Larry
They really are great bikes when you get the bugs outThe view from my door this afternoon.
Took the Commando out for a blast around the Island enjoying some half decent weather.
About halfway through the ride I just stopped anylising the bike. Y'know - Is the clutch dragging?. Was that a misfire changing down into that junction?. Are the Isolastics too tight?. Is the blah blah blah?. - I parked the over-thinking and just started enjoying the moment. It felt so great just being out there in the countryside on this wonderful machine.
I'm still buzzing two hours later. I've really bonded with this bike