rcrob said:They were at Laguna seca the year before last. The bikes were pretty cool, although the full ohlins model was around $19K. I guess the guy who resurected the Norton had been in the restoration market and essentially copied the original engine parts etc. I'm not sure I would spend that kind of money on a reproduction, I think I would rather try to find an old comando and restore it. I do like the style, and hope they do well. Always welcome new manufacturers, but I also remember the Indian debacle.
Been wondering the same thing. I think they have a shortage of capital with no releases and if I placed a deposit, I would be a little concerned.MikeM said:They've been taking orders for years. Have they actually delivered any bikes?