- published: 30 Oct 2013
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THE BEGINNING OF THE COMMANDO In 1967 the British Norton-Villiers company revealed the Norton Commando to the world, it wasn’t the most modern bike even by late-60s standards but it did have an iconic engine, race-bred suspension, and a frame developed by a former Rolls-Royce engineer. Between the years of 1968 and 1972, the Norton Commando would win the highly coveted Motor Cycle News “Machine of the Year” award 5 consecutive times – a record that stands to this day. Norton didn’t have a huge budget to develop their new top-of-the-line model, so the engine was brought forward from the Atlas – a 745cc parallel twin pre-unit (meaning the engine and transmission are in separate cases) engine that was originally developed back in the late 1940s as a 497cc motor by Bert Hopwood. Using such ...
2nd part of tour. There are a wealth of upgrades that are done that are not mentioned in this video. The bike is very modern when done. Built with class from the rim up, people really like the results. I know a guy locally who ones one. He loves it.
Colorado has been on the forefront of criminal justice reform, adopting policies that are less about incarceration and more about prevention and rehabilitation. Now it's time to take that work further, overhauling the drug code to reduce sentences for low-level drug offenders and using the savings to fund treatment and research on what works. This video was produced in partnership with the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition and the Colorado Criminal Defense Institute.
You can send your old Norton here, and Matt does many upgrades with attention to detail to make your Norton much better than when it was new from the factory. Soon electric start will be available. Much more to share in the next video. http://coloradonortonworks.com/
Employees at a public works products plant in Colorado arrived at work Monday thinking they had a breaking and entering robbery, only to find a goat was the culprit.
The Rover B14 Adventure is the only all-terrain vehicle in the world that carves the dirt the way a surfer carves a wave. Its low center of gravity and perfect weight distribution allow for exceptional agility, while its hugely powerful 4400 W ZM2-R electric motor offers serious hill climbing capabilities and a top speed of 37mph. Handmade in Portland, Oregon. USA. www.works-electric.com
Rooftop solar power systems benefit everyone and it is working in Colorado, but utility companies want to eliminate it.Solar panels deliver extra energy from rooftops to neighbors and customers get credit for contributing to local energy supply. This is what is called net metering. Utilities never faced competition, and when solar power makes electricity cheaper and cleaner for everyone, utilities lose profit, so they attack net metering to eliminate competition. Choice and competition benefit all of us. The choice is yours, the power is yours. Make cheaper and cleaner energy. SolarCity is a member of Alliance for Solar Choice and can help you with your solar power system needs. To learn more about solar panels in Colorado, visit us at http://www.solarcity.com/states/co/colorado.aspx Fo...
Opponents of legalization predicted disaster. Did that really happen? Subscribe: goo.gl/NqjoWI "There’s this idea that marijuana just appeared on January 1, 2014 and all of a sudden everyone is going to be using marijuana and not going to work," says Christian Sederberg, a Denver-based attorney at Vicente Sederberg LLC and one of the key members of Colorado’s Amendment 64 campaign to legalize cannabis. "These are adults. They make decisions. They’ve been using marijuana for a long time and now they’re buying it from a taxed and regulated store." It’s been over 18 months since Colorado became one of the first states to legalize marijuana. Though opponents of the measure predicted doom and gloom scenarios, the end of pot prohibition has not resulted in apocalyptic disaster. In fact, th...
Hunting with Randy Newberg Elk Talk; Colorado has the biggest elk herd in the world. This video tells you how the Colorado Limited-entry elk tag drawing systems works. And how you can get an over-the-counter tag if you do not draw a limited entry tag. ** Subscribe to Randy Newberg, Hunter https://goo.gl/4TZOiJ Download episodes: http://randynewberg.vhx.tv/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/randynewberg Forum: https://www.HuntTalk.com Website: http://www.RandyNewberg.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/randynewberg
The federal government reports that marijuana use by high school students has gone down in Colorado since the state began regulating medical marijuana, whereas it has been increasing nationwide. Find out more about the benefits of regulating marijuana at http://www.RegulationWorks.org
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