Today in Motorcycle History

Commander Motorcycles

General Steel of Hayes, Middlesex.

  • 1952 The Commander was a motorcycle produced in 1952 by them. Of dramatic design and style, this machine appeared at that year's Earls Court Show. The engine hung from a spine frame and was enclosed by a plated grill, and was offered with a conventional Villiers two-stroke engine of either 98cc or 122cc. It did not enter production.

Source: Graces Guide

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