Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS

  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS

  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS

  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS

  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS

  • Erik Buell Racing 1190RS
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    Erik Buell Racing has secured financing from GE Capital to build a dealership network to sell its wares, according to the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel. Last we heard, EBR had rustled up $20 million from foreign investors in order to begin manufacturing a new line of affordable motorcycles. That's a change of tack from from the company's $40,000 EBR 1190RS. So far, the manufacturer has lined up around 30 dealers, some of which were formerly Buell Motorcycle Company outlets. Right now, EBR

    Erik Buell Racing has gotten its hands on $20 million from foreign investors in a first step toward starting production on a range of new, affordable bikes. The cash will be used to hire more staff and expand the company's current Milwaukee production facility to 54,000 square feet. Details are skinny at the moment, but Buell says EBR plans to start selling a $20,000 bike in line with the current EBR 1190RS (seen above), though with less hardcore components. That price tag puts the newcomer in t

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