Erik Buell Racing wants to establish itself as a true contender in the Superbike arms race. MotoUSA's Road Test Editor evaluates the 1190RX at the Brickyard.
Motorcycle USA blasts around on Danny Eslick and Michael Barnes' Geico RMR Buell 1125R Daytona SportBike motorcycle at Road America. See what the Buell racebike is like on the track.
Say hello the the all-new 2009 Buell 1125CR. Part street brawler, part apex carver, the 1125CR is Buell's contemporary vision of a cafe racer.
Buell's first touring motorcycle takes the Ulysses moniker to the road with American air-cooled V-Twin muscle.
Buell has its first water-cooled sportbike design in the form of the 2008 Buell 1125R. We ride the new bike through the paces at Laguna Seca Raceway.
This latest evolution of the Lightning series is a multi-purpose machine that occupies a void in the Buell line-up located somewhere between the CityX and the Ulysses.
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The Buell Motorcycle Company is an American motorcycle manufacturer specializing in sportbikes and performance street motorcycles utilizing a V-Twin engine configuration. Erik Buell founded the company in 1983 and always took a unique approach to motorcycle chassis and engine development. In 1998, Buell became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Most of the Buell motorcycles use modified Harley Sportster engines to power their bikes. Motorcycle USA reviews all the new Buell motorcycles in print and video.