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Chris Newbigging  says:

New Buell 1125CR leads 2009 range

Buell has just unveiled the new 1125CR for 2009. The new café racer inspired super naked is based closely on the Buell 1125R sportsbike but with various changes to suit the fairing-less restyle. Read the full Buell press release below: See the full 2009 Harley Davidson range here Buell brings superbike performance to the streetfighter category in 2009 with the introduction...

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Jan 08

Posts: 998


That looks disgusting...

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Apr 08

Posts: 33

ginge74 says:

wow x 2

yep one ugly puppy!!

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Phat Bob


Mar 08

Posts: 64

Phat Bob says:

the eye of the beholder

Check out that front-on photo. Ooooooo scary!

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Jun 06

Posts: 30

ROBBIE61 says:

Buell 1125CR

Good Grief! Eric Buell must be taking some serious narcotics to believe this bike should even reach production. Maybe he shares the same oxygen tent as Michael Jackson? Just take one look at the other performance street bikes on the market -even the older designs such as Aprilia's Tuono and tell me you would buy this? I'm sorry Eric but you really need a reality check: An updated 'X1 Lightening' with improved quality and reliability would be a better prospect. Get well soon....

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Dec 07

Posts: 13

fmaxwell says:

Cruiser mentality...

If you're choosing your bike based on its looks, you've got a cruiser mindset. I choose based on performance, ergonomics, reliability, and value. My manhood is not defined by how my bike looks and I don't need the approval of street squids on 600cc sport bikes. I just can't see choosing a second-rate performer because it looks better. If this is the best bike for the money in terms of performance, comfort, etc., then I'll probably buy one.

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Mar 07

Posts: 33

ragman456 says:

beull 11 25

one word crap at its best

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Jun 06

Posts: 30

ROBBIE61 says:

Cruiser Mentality


Sorry: I can't agree with you on this: the vast majority of buyers are swayed by the looks of a bike.(or car).
This goes for cars, MP3 players or anything else.
These are lifestyle products; after all and we don't live in a communist state where we have to buy from the state collective -yes the bike needs to perform well, but most do these days.
IMHO This design is self indulgent and lazy and I ride a sportsbike, am a huge v-twin fan and once owned a Buell myself(and have ridden others).
This doesn't mean that I am right - But I certainly don't have a 'cruiser mentality'.

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