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★★☆☆☆

“It looked great, It looked beautiful, it sounded...”

Written on: 29/03/2011

It looked great, It looked beautiful, it sounded brilliant as well. That was when it was running. :-) I had constant ignition timing issues despite changing out the ignition and carbs. In short, I got tired of kick starting an 850cc (multiple times) in full leathers at every other intersection. The brakes were frighteningly awful in comparison with a more modern bike. The poor thing spent half of it's time in the shop - sadly. I really wanted it to turn out well as I had wanted the bike… Read Full Review

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“I first bought a 750cc. Norton Commado in1971. it was...”

Written on: 30/09/2009 by moto guzzi (1 review written)

I first bought a 750cc. Norton Commado in1971. it was a roadster . as being my first motorcycle was a challange to kick start. the late 1974 and 1975 had a more or less useless electric start.I was happy with my next two,were a750.cc combat and 850cc commando roadster. on my combat I added a Dunstall exhaust system. boy did that bike go! my 850cc. was more of a touring machine. i rode that rascall from Ottawa Ont. to Victoria b.c. in 4 days. The reason I had picked Norton was for handeling… Read Full Review

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“The Norton Commando 750 was one of the first so-called...”

Written on: 31/01/2009 by broadwood2 (2 reviews written)

The Norton Commando 750 was one of the first so-called superbikes. Actually it's quiite horrible compared to some of its competitors when it was new, eg, the Honda CB750. Anyway, I've owned my Norton Commando Interstate from new - 1972 and I've ridden it on-and off for most of that time. I can't bring myself to part with it, so I've instead, I usually use a second more reliable bike for commuting ( Yamaha, Kawasaki, etc). In the 37 years I've owned it, I've rebuilt the engine twice and the… Read Full Review

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★★★★☆

“Outstanding handling, great lean looks. That sound of...”

Written on: 12/11/2008

Outstanding handling, great lean looks. That sound of a 750 Commando pulling hard has the same reation to human ears as a v-12 Ferrari at full chat. There is nothing like it. Had mine since new in 1971!
A stupendous classic, right there with the Ducati 750 and 900's. Think of it as a Triumph Bonnie on steroids… Read Full Review

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“Everybody should try the Norton Commando, I fell in...”

Written on: 21/04/2008

Everybody should try the Norton Commando, I fell in love at first drive. Good handling, lots of torque. Great looks, great sounds! Feelings you cant get with new bikes… Read Full Review

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“As time has gone by people have forgotten that the...”

Written on: 28/09/2007 by hillymossie (1 review written)

As time has gone by people have forgotten that the alternatives to the Commando were either fast terrible handling Japanese bikes or fast good handling but unreliable Italian bikes. I used to think that all journalists at the time could think of were bikes that could start with the press of a button and switchgear that was labelled (as if you could see that at 100 mph!). My view was that riding was about fun and that there was no better feeling that leaning your bike to the limit on a twisty… Read Full Review

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“This Norton Commando 750 represents the one of the...”

Written on: 27/04/2006 by jasperjohns (2 reviews written)

This Norton Commando 750 represents the one of the best early super bikes. An original bad boy bike. It is timeless… Read Full Review

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