Norton Hi-Rider is the first factory custom of British company Norton. It looked like powered version of children’s bicycles such as the Raleigh Chopper and Schwinn Sting-Ray. Which themselves were parodies of choppers with banana seats and ape-hanger bars.
In fact, the bike was a parody of the chopper wheel having Apr-Hanger, sissy bar and seat banana-shaped (curved back). In its original form Norton Hi-Rider looks frankly, not very attractive, but the motorcycle, as shown, is a perfect donor. For example, a highly modified custom Commando 850 Hi-Rider 1974 is built by Frenchman Julien Azé.
Commando 850 Hi-Rider 1974 Details:
Homemade items: steering wheel, sissy bar, oil tank, fuel tank, bobber seat.
Headlight Cibié 1930th
19-inch front wheel, 16-inch rear wheel
Customize exhaust (muffler ends where it begins sissy bar – the original design decision)
Various little things, painting etc.