Operation Octane open for voting
Voting is now open in Victory's Operation Octane custom build competition, with 26 dealers from across the globe hoping to take the top prize.
The contest, which sees Victory dealers from around the world put their own spin on the new Victory Octane, kicked off in August and now voting is open to the public until November 21.
To vote, go to the Operation Octane website, where you can cast one vote per bike per day until the closing date. The winning dealers will be notified on November 30.
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There will be a champion and runner up in North America and a champion and runner up for the rest of the world.
“We are extremely happy with the level of talent and dedication from our dealers for this custom contest,” says Nate Secor, Victory Motorcycles’ Marketing Manager. “It’s really shown the creativity and skill in our dealer networks and we’re thrilled at some of the looks and designs that they have come up with.
“We hope the different builds will inspire current and future Octane owners to carry out some customising work over the winter in their garages or to bring their bike in at their local dealer for a few modifications using official accessories.”