American motorcycle marquee Buell, more than three decades of racing, engineering, and manufacturing experience goes into new era and management said that every motorcycle we make. You won’t be disappointed upon setting eyes on our newest creation, the Erik Buell Racing (EBR) 1190RX 2014. The 1190RX is a sport bike unlike anything on the road today. Featuring many innovative technologies.
It has been built from beginning to end with arrogance, joy, pleasure and a persistent passion to bring you another world class sport bike from the heart of America with specifically the addition of Erik Buell Racing (EBR) brings to eight the number of manufacturers lining up on the world’s leading production motorbike network. EBR also has a cooperation agreement with Indian Hero Moto Corp and plans to race its new EBR 1190RX subsequently season in the Superbike World Championship. Caps off to Buell’s strength of mind everyone loves midrange because that’s where 99 percent of actual riding takes place on street or highway track because you can imagine, this combination of traits is not the sort of thing you want to introduce to a 185hp, fire breathing track-monster like the 2014 Erik Buell Racing 1190RX.
There are two reasons that I thought we should feature this bike, the first is that it’s an excellent underdog-comes-through-in-the-end tale, and the second reason is that I kind of want one. The feeling of want is not normally something I associate with cutting-edge performance bikes, so the new Buell is something special. To me anyway.
The EBR 1190RX 2014 has a 72 degree, liquid-cooled V-twin engine with a 106.0 x 67.5mm bore and stroke, making a claimed 185 climax hp at 10,600 RPM and the peak torque, which on hi-pro bike engines is frequently just 1500 revs below max out power, is way down at 8200 RPM and is 101.6 lb.-ft. That wide region of strong torque equals acceleration, ride ability and aptitude.
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