The Buell Blast (2005) is a lightweight, minimalistic motorcycle with a unique design that appeals to adventure-seekers. The air-cooled, 492cc single-cylinder, four-stroke engine is capable of producing a respectable 30 horsepower and 41 lb-ft of torque, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, making it an ideal choice for those looking to hit the highways and city streets. The blast has an aggressive yet functional look with its blacked-out frame, sporty fuel tank, and angular fairings. Both aesthetic and modern, the Buells dynamic shape is accentuated by the silhouette of its aerodynamic headlight and instrument cluster, while its mid-mounted footpegs provide comfort and stability. The Blast is unique in its simplicity, while providing adequate components to enhance the ride. Lightweight 17, 3-spoke alloy wheels with Dunlop tires offer superior grip, while a backbone-style single-shock rear suspension allows for adjustable ride height and rebound. The Buell also boasts a generous ground clearance of 8.1 inches, making it perfect for tackling urban streets and asphalt highways. Its dual 300mm disc brakes provide crisp, smooth, and stable stopping power, even when carrying a load. Engine noise is minimalized thanks to the Blasts effective exhaust system, meaning you can ride in peace without readjusting earplugs At a total dry weight of 267 lbs, the Buell Blast is a lightweight, minimalist ride that offers great performance, reliability, and efficiency.
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