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Kirsten Ash  says:

Celebrating the Victory way

Victory Motorcycles celebrate their 15th Anniversary on July 4 and as part of the celebration, the American firm released its latest bike, the Cross Country Tour Limited. Victory fans will celebrate this event further with the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally next month and the forthcoming American Victory Rally at Spirit Lake, Iowa, where the first Victory was built. The first production Victory motorcycle...

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Feb 10

Posts: 367


V for Victory.......???

Victory have a super cool looking bike known as the Hammer/Hammer S.

Great style, massive rear tyre on steroids, could do with a little more BHP mind, round it up nicely to 100 gee gees should do it.

However, the finish of these bikes leaves a bad taste in the mouth of having to shell out a potential wallet busting £15K and expecting nothing but £15 grands worth and ending up with crap.

Bad business, when the customer has to buy after market goods to replace second rate parts that should have been first rate in the beginning.

No excuse to say but Victory have only been going for 15 years. Get the details sorted.

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Oct 11

Posts: 2091

Piglet2010 says:

Where to, Victory?

Now that Polaris will have its own bike out under the Indian marque to compete* with Harley-Davidson, they may move Victory away from just being heavy cruisers.   Considering that Polaris is heavily into the off-highway vehicle market, Victory dual-sports or AT bikes would be a natural.



*Since the competition is about heritage/image and not product per se, Indian is the only marque that can compete with Harley-Davidson.


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