Single XXXtasy / Sundance

Single XXXtasy / Sundance

Strange fact for the day: there are only two Buell Blasts in Japan. Both were imported by Sundance — and this is the only one currently registered for street use. The bike was originally designed as a comfy little around-town putt-putt for a famous Japanese TV comedian who collects oddball cars and bikes. Since rechristened Single XXXtasy, it’s based on a C&J flat tracker frame created for The Motor Company’s early millennial shorttrack and TT racing effort. The frame was assembled into a basic rolling chassis by Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles — a familiar name to those who follow the comments on Bike EXIF — and sent to Tokyo — via Bike EXIF

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