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The Norton Commando Bible

All models 1968 to 1978 by Henshaw, Peter Code: 60976 Format: Paperback / 144 pages Publication date: 13/11/2021 Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: November 2021 Price: AU $69.95

A detailed history of the Norton Commando: its antecedents, development, and year-by-year production changes, including the turbulent story of the company that built it, bringing the story right up to the present day. This book also includes expert advice on owning and maintaining one of these iconic bikes, as well as information on clubs, websites and spares. Featuring great colour photos, including original advertising material, and comprehensive appendices of facts, figures, contacts, technical specifications, engine/frame numbers, and road test performance figures, this is the definitive book of a bike that truly deserves the term classic.

Format: Paperback
Pages: 144
Availability: Future Publication. Pre-order now. Due date: November 2021
Publication date: 13/11/2021
Country of publication: UNITED KINGDOM
Weight: 0 g
Dimensions: 250.00mm X 207.00mm
Code: 60976

Contents Introduction & Acknowledgements 5 1. 1966-67: A job to do 7 2. 1968-70: Making a mark 18 3. 1971-72: Crest of a wave 36 4. 1973-74: Hard work; troubled times 55 5. 1975: Into the breach 78 6. 1976-77: Final battles 99 7. Cosworth Challenge: The 1978 Commando 107 8. Racing: Blazes of glory 112 9. Living with a Commando 124 Appendix 1: The 21st Century Commandos 128 Appendix 2: Model profiles 132 Appendix 3: Engine numbers and production dates 136 Appendix 4: Clubs, contacts and suppliers 138 Index 143

Peter Henshaw has been an enthusiast for anything with wheels since he was a child - everything from bicycles to 500hp tractors. He was Editor of Motorcycle Sport & Leisure for five years before going freelance, and now contributes to a whole raft of transport magazines and websites, including The Vintagent (motorcycles), A to B (cycling) and Tractor (as it says ...) as well as editing Vintage & Classic Motorcycle. But this petrolhead is becoming increasingly green - now doesnt fly, doesnt own a car, rides the most economical motorcycle on the market, and for local journeys uses a bicycle or pedelec.