IncrediBuell M2 Cafe Racer
The story of Buell Motorcycles doesn’t have a happy ending. When Eric Buell started the company his vision for creating racing and sports bike pedigree, v-twin powered motorcycles was a revelation and it wasn’t long before Harley Davidson sat up and took notice, purchasing a controlling share of the company in 2003. Unfortunately, despite sales in excess of 135,000 units Harley Davidson executives made the decision to cease production of Buell motorcycles in 2009.
Seven years on the Buell motorcycles that remain are beginning to show their age, both in styling and performance, thankfully though there are Buell owners out there who have taken to revitalising the bikes through customisation. Buell enthusiast, custom builder and dentist (yes you read that right) Vincent Allard has done exactly that. He’s got 4 custom Buells builds under his belt and this, the M2 Cyclone based “IncrediBuell” is his latest work.
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