American firm Victory has unveiled two new models at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle show as they make a European first appearance.
The bikes have been unveiled on the Victory stand at the show in London’s Excel in Docklands. The show runs for another two days over the weekend.
The most distinctive was the Victory Judge; a new American hot rod style naked cruiser with a 1731cc V-twin. Victory also unveiled the Cross Roads Classic LE; a fully dressed tourer with the same V-twin motor.
Victory hasn’t released prices for either bike yet, but they are both expected to be in dealers around May or June. The unveiling at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle was the first time the bikes have been seen outside America.
The Judge takes a stripped back look, lots of black painted metal rather than chrome for an understated look and is aimed at the likes of the Harley-Davidson 48 which was released last year and has the same pared back styling.
The Judge has five-spoke cast wheels which look like those on 1970s American muscle cars.
- The Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show runs until February 5, with tickets available on the door priced at £25. This also includes entry to the Revolution Show.