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Phil West  says:

New Victory Judge unveiled

This is Victory’s new Judge – the latest bike to follow the trend for blacked-out, minimalist, hot rod-style cruisers. Unveiled this week at the New York Motorcycle Show, the Judge is a mean ‘n’ moody, performance-orientated cruiser with minimalist styling. It’s based around Victory’s familiar 1731cc, fuel-injected, ‘Freedom’ V-twin, , but with fat, 16-inch tyres, low ‘drag’ bars, blacked-out components and a...

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steady2wheels

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this is how cruisers should be... but still no that expensive, but apart from the price which is a lot better than a harley, it looks spot on

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

Nice

Smallish wheelbase, should handle nicely.  300kg dry though.  Still, the motor can pull it easily.

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

Best looking Victory yet, by a mile.

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ANichol

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ANichol says:

Crying out

for a set of aftermarket pipes to tidy up the RHS. Those grabrails/luggage points are a good idea for avoiding nasty brackets for QL boxes and the like.

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easytargets

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easytargets says:

style

Oh yes as soon as I get my Levi's back from dry clean and press I'm having one, the orange might clash with my YSL accessories though!

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

Not shiney enough!

If I was in the market for this style of bike, I would prefer a Victory to a Harley for a few reasons but I always think lots of black on any bike looks cheap and Triumph are guilty of this as well. If you buy a cruiser, you want some bling to make it stand out and look good. Well, thats my opinion anyway!

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ANichol

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ANichol says:

Customs are

anti-bling these days. Though, no end of CC stuff if u wanna chrome it out.

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bikenutter

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bikenutter says:

The oval panel

To clarify in case people are wondering, that oval panel can have any custom cafe racer style number or whatever you want on it

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hondagixer

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hondagixer says:

looks like a bigger version of the harley nightster.

lovely looking bike but in these times just to damn expensive.

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taz_of_tazmania

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Who picked the colour?

I like the look but it looks like they've painted it in a very Harley shade of orange.

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