2002 Buell Blast on 2040-motos
Buell Blast description
This is a great starter bike for a beginner, low seat height, light weight, simple to operate yet powerful enough for some real fun. New front tire 2016, new rear tire 2015. After market Aluminum gas cap locking element that replaces the poorly design plastic element that causes the gas cap to stick close. Header wrapping tape on the exhaust down pipe covers the discoloration nicely. Vances & Hines muffler sets a nice tone. New HD mirrors in 2016. Motor and primary oil change 2016. Primary chain adjusted to OEM spec. The plastic panels, gas tank cover, tail section, flaring have minor scathes. The left handle bar grip has some minor damage but is completely functional. All the electrical items work the left rear turn signal support is taped up to keep in place but it works. Pick up is local I'll help you load it if need be. Once the bike leaves my property there is no return.
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Moto blogThu, 29 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike class makes its much-anticipated return to Road America this weekend. The four-mile Wisconsin circuit is a particularly exciting place to watch the middleweight bikes because its long straights and braking zones make passing and lead changes commonplace. More than just a test of man and machine, the races often develop into a strategic battle leading up to the all-important last lap and run up the hill to the checkered flag.Wed, 27 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Erik Buell Racing has released the first in a new series of videos about the new 1190RS race bike. The first video is more of a prologue to introduce the weekly series, but later segments will feature interviews with Erik Buell and racer Geoff May, and a behind-the-scenes look at the development of the EBR 1190RS superbike. If we’re lucky, we might also get a look at what Buell has in store with its upcoming RX, SX and AX models.Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
World Superbike testing at Phillip Island came to a close today, and when the dust settled, reigning champion Tom Sykes stamped his authority, setting the fastest time of the test at 1:30.239, just five thousandths shy of the outright lap record held by Carlos Checa. The time was set during the morning session of testing, though nobody was able to best Sykes for the remainder of the day. Eugene Laverty, who was fastest on day one, showed his pace was no fluke as he stayed near the top of the time sheets, ultimately finishing second behind Sykes, with a best time of 1:30.513.
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