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story by George Obradovich, Created Jan. 23, 2007
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BUELL ANNOUNCES MILLION DOLLAR RACING CONTINGENCY PROGRAM

More Than $1,000,000 in Cash Contingencies Posted for Privateer Buell Racers Aboard XBRR and XB models in 2007

EAST TROY, Wis. (January 23, 2007) – Buell Motorcycle Company has announced an expanded racing support program for 2007, with more than $1,000,000 posted in cash contingencies for Buell racers competing in a variety of national and regional race series events and classes aboard XBRR and XB motorcycles.

“We’re committed to supporting our dealer and privateer teams through this contingency program and through trackside and technical support managed by our own Henry Duga,” said Erik Buell, Chairman and Chief Technical Officer of Buell Motorcycle Company. “Nothing makes me and Henry happier than helping privateer Buell racers achieve their goals. And we’re proud to support their efforts.”

The 2007 Buell contingency program will reward Buell racers competing on all XBRR and 2003 and newer XB model motorcycles. Cash contingencies will be posted in the following racing series and classes:

American Motorcyclist Association (AMA): Formula Xtreme.


SunTrust MOTO-ST Series: Super Sport Twins, Grand Sport Twins and Sport Twins classes.


American Sportbike Racing Association (ASRA): Pro Thunderbike and Pro Superbike classes.


Western Eastern Racers Association (WERA) National Challenge Sprints: Formula 1 Expert and Heavyweight Twins Superstock Expert.


American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM): Formula Twins Expert and Formula 4 Expert classes.


Willow Springs Motorcycle Club (WSMC): Formula Twins Heavyweight Expert, BOTT Heavyweight Expert and BOTT Middleweight Expert classes.


Washington Motorcycle Road Racing Association (WMRRA): Formula Thunder Expert class.


American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA): Sound of Thunder and BOT F1 classes.


Championship Cup Series (CCS): Middleweight Superbike Expert, SuperTwins Expert and Thunderbike Expert and Amateur classes.
Complete details of the 2007 Buell contingency program, including the racer registration form, are available at www.buell.com in the Racing Support Section. The program begins with races on or after February 1, 2007.

Buell Motorcycle Company, a subsidiary of Harley-Davidson, Inc., produces sport motorcycles, motorcycle parts, accessories and apparel. To learn more about Buell motorcycles, visit your local Buell dealer today and experience the pure streetfighter attitude, style and performance only found on board a Buell. Pull into www.buell.com for the Buell dealer nearest you.

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