What is your Commando "type"

marshg246

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To see the poll creation option you have to start a new thread. Then if you look at the editor to the top right there is a “poll” tab. You can configure it there. Let me know if you see it, cheers
OK, that makes sense and I see it. I was probably being too literal looking for a drop down.
 

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If 2,000 miles per year counts as regular, I'm A and B. If not, C. I ride more than that, just not all on a Commando.

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Any Commando riding is currently in my head since the Combat project is still below square one. It is inching forward with marshg's help and a space in the garage has been cleared. The frame now stands in a clearing with only the front end attached. The transmission/swingarm mount is waiting for new isolastics and getting ready for paint. More parts still needed - will it ever end???

Who knows what sort of use it will see - I sure don't. I've never ridden a Commando before.
 

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Any Commando riding is currently in my head since the Combat project is still below square one. It is inching forward with marshg's help and a space in the garage has been cleared. The frame now stands in a clearing with only the front end attached. The transmission/swingarm mount is waiting for new isolastics and getting ready for paint. More parts still needed - will it ever end???

Who knows what sort of use it will see - I sure don't. I've never ridden a Commando before.
You are in for a surprise I hope. A well sorted Commando is a special thing. I have ridden hundreds of bikes. I love my Commando most.
 

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A and B with C as the usage reference.

i limit the time of day I ride, early mornings and later evenings for the simple reason there are too damn many knotheads behind the wheel.
Todays drivers are waaaaayyyy to distracted with their phone, the giant screen on the dashboard or they simply DGAS about th person riding that motorcycle.
 
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