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Unlike most manufacturers, Victory can’t trace its history back beyond 1998, when it was founded by parent firm Polaris Industries. Polaris, which manufactured snowmobiles and ATVs, had looked to diversify, and decided to produce motorcycles entirely built in the U.S.
The range of cruisers began in 1999 with the V92C which had the largest production engine at the time with 1510cc. Only the Brembo brakes and British electronic fuel injection system were made outside America. With two follow-up models, it was 2003 when the Victory Vegas marked a more attractive approach with new features, and a 1600cc engine. The 8-Ball versions of the Vegas, Kingpin Hammer and Vision are all plain black alternatives with less features and a lower price tag.
For longer journeys and touring the Cross Country and CrossRoads were introduced in 2010 with 21 gallons of storage capacity, a 1731cc engine, and more suspension travel to increase comfort. Custom builders Arlen and Cory Ness have also contributed two signature editions, with the Arlen Ness Victory Vision and Cory Ness Victory Jackpot. The Cory Ness signature is based the most extreme production custom, the Jackpot, which was created to be the top-of-the-line Victory custom.