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Buell Ulysses Police Motorcycle

Company: Harley-Davidson

July 01, 2008


The new Buell Ulysses Police XB12XP motorcycle is a quick and very nimble “special duty” patrol vehicle. Based on the Ulysses adventure sportbike from Harley-Davidson subsidiary Buell, the Ulysses Police features long-travel suspension, generous ground clearance, and aggressive tires that allow it to tackle roads too rough or narrow for confident travel in a car or on a traditional police motorcycle. The Ulysses Police can also accommodate a passenger. A tall windshield, heated hand grips, and handlebar deflectors come standard. Currently available for order, production of the 2009 Ulysses Police is scheduled to begin in August. It will be available in Birch White and Midnight Black.

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