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The best range of used Buell motorbikes from SuperBike Factory all come with an MOT, Warranty, and our 120-point quality check.

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Buell Motorcycles, a distinctive and forward-thinking American brand, was established by Erik Buell in 1983 to revolutionise the motorcycle industry. Renowned for its unique design, unconventional engineering techniques, and a strong focus on performance, Buell created motorcycles that stood apart from traditional models. At the heart of Buell's innovation was the implementation of the "Trilogy of Tech": mass centralisation, frame rigidity, and low unsprung weight. This approach resulted in the development of exceptional features such as the underslung exhaust and the patented fuel-in-frame design, which significantly enhanced handling and agility. One of Buell's most notable achievements was the creation of the Buell XB series, which boasted the powerful Thunderstorm V-twin engine. These bikes, including renowned models like the Buell XB12S and XB9R, showcased a minimalist aesthetic with exposed components, emphasizing purpose and performance. Buell's commitment to pushing boundaries in motorcycle design was evident through the incorporation of unconventional elements, including the rim-mounted brake and the ZTL (Zero Torsional Load) front brake. Buell motorcycles gained acclaim for their versatility, catering to both the sportbike and streetfighter markets. The introduction of the Buell 1125R, equipped with a cutting-edge Rotax engine, marked a departure from the traditional V-twin powerplant and demonstrated Buell's willingness to embrace new technologies. Despite facing challenges and eventually ceasing operations in 2009, Buell Motorcycles continues to enjoy a dedicated following among riders who appreciate the brand's rebellious spirit, innovative design, and commitment to delivering motorcycles that defy industry norms. In the realm of motorcycle history, Buell remains a symbol of audacious experimentation and an unconventional approach to two-wheeled engineering.