Buell, a Harley-Davidson subsidiary in Troy, Wisc., began producing the Ulysses XB12XP as a "quick and very nimble" performance bike for law enforcement agencies in late 2008. Based on Buell's adventure sportbike of the same name, the Ulysses is designed for a variety of terrain. It's powered with a Buell Thunderstorm 1203cc V-Twin engine that's rated at 103 peak horsepower and 51/64 mpg urban/highway. The "triple tail" system functions as a luggage rack with tie-down hooks over the rear seat position or as a cushioned passenger backrest with grab rails. Heated hand grips are standard equipment. An available emergency response kit provides a siren and an LED lighting package in three color configurations. Photo via Buell.