Discussion in 'Norton Commando Motorcycles (Classic)' started by TravNorton, Apr 25, 2010.
Some mighty nice bikes posted up recently!
He's part ridgeback and part west Philadelphia wild dog
Tasty, very tasty!
Mean penny farthing. No easy bike to ride.
I'll play. It's been a while.
From yesterday's ride. Great day to be out!
Nice 850 .... you had it up fairly high compared to elevations I mostly ride at .....
I will try the new photo option with this post ... it is older photo , missing new wheels etc.
yeah that was easy .... will try more recent recent .... grandson starting training like M.Marquez did as 2 year old
My recently acquired 74 Mk 2A. I've been in love with Commandos forever so I'm a very very happy man!!
Perfect for those beutifull Kiwi roads
Hi here some pictures of my new Comatlas tank made by Ross Thompson Metal Finishing and finished by Mike Papoff of Kustom Painting in London ON.
It really looks good in the flesh and holds well over 18 liters which is great. The roadster tank still has it on looks but I am really pleased with this for look and range.
Really perfect workmanship and fit, it is also drop on with roadster seat, no adjustments at all.
Have a great week,
My MK III with its contemporary counterpart
The present appearance of my '74 MK2A 850. Bought in February 1998, in storage for *very* boring reasons between May 2005 and April 2017, now back in frequent use!
This is what it looked like when I got it out of storage – scruffy, fuel and oil leaks all over, but all still there!
Off to the show today, got 1st Prize
https://photos.smugmug.com/First-prize/ ... nner-L.jpg
https://photos.smugmug.com/First-prize/ ... rize-S.jpg
Your bike looks fantastic, Don. I am sure it is a joy to ride, too.
Yes it does.
How about more pictures Don?
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