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2005 Buell Ulysses Photo Gallery

It's weird, it's unexpected, and it's a damn good bike. Meet the Ulysses, a machine that's going to bring a whole new audience to Buell. Check out what we thought of this bike in our 2006 Buell Ulysses First Ride.

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The Ulysses comports itself surprisingly well on graded unpaved roads, although its limited steering lock makes tight maneuvers and flat-tracking a little bit daunting.
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Exploring the trails in and around Colorado's Rocky Mountains was a fun-filled adventure on the Ulysses.
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The Ulysses' 1203cc V-Twin motor lays out its power smoothly for decent off-road traction at the rear end. You'll want to stay out of the sand dunes, though.
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If your idea of adventure touring includes tilting the horizon at dizzying angles, the Ulysses has the grip and ground clearance to humble less-experienced sportbike pilots.
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A torque-laden motor and heavy flywheel allows the Ulysses to crawl around obstacles like a two-wheeled Jeep.
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If your idea of adventure touring includes tilting the horizon at dizzying angles, the Ulysses has the grip and ground clearance to humble less-experienced sportbike pilots.
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The new Ulysses is set to bring the Buell nameplate to a whole new audience, boasting comfy ergos and sporting capability with its familiar thumping Harley-derived powerplant.
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If you've ever wanted to explore those roads that begin when the pavement ends, the Ulysses won't let the fun end.
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Despite its dual-sport styled rubber, the Ulysses is endowed with most of the nimble handling Buells are known for.
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Duke Danger gets jiggy with the Ulysses.