When the content determines the shape of the result often becomes addictive. Such is the case with a vintage racing motorcycle built quadruple champion AHRMA Kenny Cummings and Dan Rose from NYC Norton. The design was inspired by the motorcycle racing prototype Seeley Mk II, originally frame was designed by Roger Titshmarshem from the UK and weighed only 11 kg. including bearings, bushings and adjust chain. This design also allows you to remove the cylinder head and block without removing the engine.
Engine Norton Commando 750 was assembled using c racing components (and deserves a separate writing). Outside the engine applied the minimum amount of ink actually exposing the metal.
Specificity of the assembly shows a significant amount of skill and knowledge that have been applied in this work – it is the skill of the highest level. With the construction of motorcycle components were selected appropriate era the 70s. Despite the fact that the suspension looks pretty vintage, in fact it was much modernized Cosentino Engineering specialists. The fork is made up of modern interiors of Showa, with adjustable compression and rebound damping. The rear suspension is fitted with two shock absorbers.
Output power is about 70 hp, which is an extremely good indicator, given the weight restrictions bike that weighs only 136 kg.