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Victory Motorcycles Accessory and Apparel

Effective September 18, , any Accessory or Apparel item purchased through the Victory Motorcycle website will be final sale. No returns or exchanges will be allowed.


Victory Motorcycles Maintenance and Parts

There is a day return policy for orders placed online through the following Victory Motorcycles domains and sub-domains:

https://www.victorymotorcycles.com/en-us/shop/maintenance/maintenance-items/


Victory Motorcycle Return Policy

When you return a maintenance or parts item* purchased through the online store, you must keep the product in new condition and in its original packaging.

To begin a return request, pleasee contact the phone number listed on our packing slip to obtain a Return Authorization Number. After you have initiated the return, you will receive an automated email with complete return instructions. 

Follow the instructions sent to your email for specific order return information. Make sure you are able to track your package to ensure safe return of the product.

When your item is accepted, you can expect a refund for your return to go to the original credit/debit card used to make the purchase. We are unable to refund original or return shipping charges.

*Service manuals and fluids cannot be returned.

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Information

Victory Motorcycles® Cross Country™ Suede White Frost

Want to stack this bold Bagger motorcycle up against every other motorcycle in its category? Do it. For all-out riders, few motorcycles have this much power and feel as comfortable in the seat as the Victory Cross Country. It's a rider favorite among the Victory Motorcycles lineup with performance, comfort and storage to get you where you want to go. Hang on and enjoy the ride.

Features May Include:
  • Limited-Availability Factory Custom Paint

Visit a Victory dealer to order your limited-availability Cross Country with Factory Custom Paint. Our master custom painter designed the custom graphics by hand, and he combined them with colors that unleash full-throttle Cross Country attitude. Factory Custom Paint is applied to your Cross Country with meticulous attention to detail by the industry’s top coatings professionals. It’s the ultimate custom with limited availability, so visit your Victory dealer to order yours.

  • Dual Kicker® Premium Speakers

The fairing features an integrated audio system with KICKER® Premium speakers that deliver powerful, crystal-clear sound to enhance every ride. AM/FM/Weather radio is standard, along with an auxiliary cord to use your MP3/iPod® as your music source.

  • Cruise Control And ABS Brakes

Cruise control enhances your comfort, and Victory Anti-Lock Brakes give a rider greater confidence and peace of mind. Out on the open road, the automotive-quality cruise control lets you relax and enjoy the ride. With Victory ABS, when traction is compromised, the ABS immediately and automatically provides reliable braking to help you stop quickly and under control. (Not available on Cross Country 8-Ball or Suede Titanium Metallic models.)

These saddlebags deliver exactly what you’re looking for. They provide gallons of convenient, lockable storage space. The lids have a weatherproof seal to help block the elements and protect your cargo, and they open and close easily with one-handed operation.

  • ADD Victory Accessories To Make It All Yours

Add Victory Accessories and customize your Cross Country® to suit your individual style. All Victory accessories undergo the same rigorous testing as our motorcycles, so they install easily, fit properly, and deliver outstanding performance.

Highlights

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  • 6-speed overdrive constant mesh
  • lbs / kg
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Specifications

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  • Cross Country™
  • Suede White Frost
  • Touring
  • ci / cc
  • qts / ltr
  • 12 volts / 18 amp hours
  • 48 amps max output
  • : 1
  • Air / oil
  • Wet, multi-plate
  • Split dual exhaust with crossover
  • Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
  • 6-speed overdrive constant mesh
  • Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
  • Gear drive with torque compensator
  • Single overhead camshafts with 4 valves per cylinder, self-adjusting cam chains, hydraulic lifters
  • mm
  • mm
  • 4-stroke 50° V-Twin
  • Inverted cartridge telescopic fork, 43 mm diameter, in / mm travel
  • Single, Mono-Tube Gas, Cast Aluminum With Constant Rate Linkage, in / mm Travel, Air Adjustable
  • Conventional
  • Dual mm floating rotor with 4-piston calipers
  • mm floating rotor with 2-piston caliper
  • /70R18 Dunlop Elite 3
  • 18 X "
  • /60R16 Dunlop Elite 3
  • 16 x "
  • gal / 22 ltr
  • in / mm
  • ° / in / mm
  • in / mm
  • in / mm
  • in / mm
  • lbs / kg
  • lbs / kg
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CROSS COUNTRY 8-BALL™

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CROSS COUNTRY TOUR&#;

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GLOSS BLACK

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CROSS COUNTRY TOUR&#;

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TWO-TONE HAVASU RED PEARL AND BLACK

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CROSS COUNTRY TOUR&#;

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TWO-TONE WHITE PEARL AND GRAY

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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SUEDE WHITE FROST

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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SUEDE TITANIUM METALLIC

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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GLOSS TITANIUM METALLIC

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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SUEDE BLACK WITH RED PINSTRIPES

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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HAVASU RED WITH BLACK FLAMES

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CROSS COUNTRY™

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TWO-TONE SUEDE SUNSET RED OVER BLACK

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GUNNER

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SUEDE TITANIUM METALLIC WITH BLACK

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GUNNER

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SUEDE GREEN METALLIC WITH BLACK

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HAMMER 8-BALL&#;

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GLOSS BLACK

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HIGH-BALL&#;

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SUEDE BLACK WITH SILVER PINSTRIPES

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MAGNUM

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METASHEEN BLACK OVER SUPER STEEL GRAY

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MAGNUM

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MAGNUM RED OVER SUPER STEEL GRAY

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MAGNUM

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NESS MIDNIGHT CHERRY

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MAGNUM

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PLASMA LIME WITH SILVER

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NESS MAGNUM

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METASHEEN BLACK OVER SUPER STEEL GRAY

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NESS MAGNUM

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MAGNUM RED OVER SUPER STEEL GRAY

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NESS MAGNUM

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NESS MIDNIGHT CHERRY

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NESS MAGNUM

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PLASMA LIME WITH SILVER

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VEGAS 8-BALL&#;

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GLOSS BLACK

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VISION TOUR

 Victory VISION TOUR

GLOSS BLACK

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VISION TOUR

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SUNSET RED WITH BLACK PINSTRIPE

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The Rise and Fall of Victory Motorcycles

Victory Motorcycles

Victory Motorcycles was an American motorcycle manufacturer with its final assembly facility in Spirit Lake, Dickinson County, northwestern Iowa, United States. It began production of its vehicles in , and began winding down operations in January

Its parent company, Polaris Industries, created Victory following the modern success of Harley-Davidson. Victory's motorcycles were designed to compete directly with Harley-Davidson and similar American-style motorcycle brands, with V-twin engines and touring, sport-touring, and cruiser configurations. The first Victory, the V92C, was announced in and began selling in Victory was profitable for a number of years (beginning in ) but failed to turn a profit three of its last five years, due to a lack of sensible investment in the brand, preferring to release new model years with no changes to successful models other than paint, and poor investment choices in electric and three wheeled motorcycles.[1]

Background[edit]

Polaris, a Medina, Minnesota company with annual sales in of $ billion,[2] is one of the earliest manufacturers of snowmobiles. Polaris also manufactures ATVs, side-by-side off-road vehicles, electric vehicles and, until , personal watercraft. Seeking to diversify its product line, and observing the sales enjoyed by Harley-Davidson and similar manufacturers, the company decided to produce a large motorcycle built entirely in the United States.[3]

Victory vehicles follow the traditional American style of a heavier motorcycle that increasingly became associated with the Harley-Davidson brand in economically advanced nations after the Second World War, rather than more modern racing-inspired designs.

Polaris began its research and development of manufacturing a motorcycle in the early s. They completed extensive research that included testing numerous different makes and models of motorcycles. This research provided them with guidance ranging from comfort to braking ability, which became the framework to design a motorcycle that combined the best of each research criteria. Polaris was on a mission to create an American-made, cruiser-style motorcycle.[4] This new creation was branded with the name Victory.[5]

Victory's debut cruiser model, V92C, had a 92 cubic-inch (1, cc) counterbalanced, fuel-injected V-twin motor. In its debut in , the V92C became the largest displacement engine offered in the cruiser market. The new Victory motorcycle was unique in its appearance. The fenders and tank profile mimicked the retro-look of sweeping lines from s-era cars.[6]

In , Polaris engaged in a major expansion of production and marketing of the motorcycle. In Polaris bought the Indian Motorcycle brand.[7]

Models[edit]

V92C[edit]

The first model, the V92C, was debuted at Planet Hollywood in the Mall of America by Al Unser, Jr. in Production began starting on 4 July for the model that was the first official model year.[8] At 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc), the V92C was the second largest production motorcycle engine available at the time, and sparked a race among motorcycle manufacturers to build bigger and bigger engines.[citation needed] All components for the V92C were manufactured in Minnesota and Iowa, except the Italian Brembo brakes and the British-made electronic fuel injection system. Victory engines debuted with five-speed transmissions (later six), single overhead cams, dual connecting rods, hydraulic lifters, and fuel injection; most fuel-injection components are standard GM parts. The V92C engine was designed to be easily tuned by the owner.

The 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) Victory engine carries 6&#;US&#;qt (5,&#;ml) of oil in the sump, about the same as most automobiles. This is intended to minimize risk of low-oil damage, but also makes it dimensionally larger than other motorcycle engines, such as Harley-Davidson, which carry the oil in an external tank. Top speed is about &#;mph (&#;km/h) at 5, rpm;[citation needed] the ECM contains a rev limiter which can be overridden by reprogramming the EPROM. The Victory engine is air-cooled, and also circulates crankcase oil through a cooler mounted between the front frame downtubes. A section of the rear swingarm can be removed to change the drive belt or the rear wheel.

The motorcycle's designers had approached several European manufacturers, particularly Cosworth, about designing and producing the engine, but ultimately decided to design and build it in Osceola, Wisconsin. Several variations on engine-frame geometry were tried until the best configuration was found, with the crankshaft geometrically aligned with the axles, a concept that had been standard practice for the past years. The V92C weighed about the same as a Harley, approximately &#;lb (&#;kg).[citation needed] The original V92C engine produced about 55&#;hp (41&#;kW) at the wheel,[citation needed] equivalent to a Sportster; with high-performance cams and pistons, this could be boosted to 83&#;hp (62&#;kW) and torque of 86&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m).[citation needed]

In , the Freedom Engine was introduced. It had the same dimensions as the old engine but higher power output, and with rounded cylinders and smaller oil cooler it was much more attractive visually. The V92C became known as the Classic Cruiser, and was phased out of the model lineup after the model year. There was also a Special Edition version featuring special upgrades in and model years, and Deluxe models for several years.

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V92SC SportCruiser[edit]

Offered in and , the V92SC SportCruiser offered higher ground clearance, adjustable via a simple 2-position bolt setup on the frame under the seat. It met a weaker than expected market, and did not sell well.

V92TC Touring Cruiser[edit]

Offered from through , the TC featured a longer swingarm, large hard saddlebags, a re-designed seat, and sometimes the new Freedom Engine. The relatively tall seat height and roomy ergonomics made the bike ideal for larger riders. The Freedom Engine displaced 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc), but put out significantly more power and torque than the original engine. The model and later TC also accepted the &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) big-bore kit, which increased torque further with the addition of upgraded exhaust. Later models featured rubber mounted handlebars and revised suspension settings. Deluxe versions (V92TCD) were also available with extra features popular at the time. With the deletion of the Touring Cruiser at the end of the model year, the last of the original V92 motorcycles was retired from the lineup.

Vegas[edit]

In , Victory introduced the Vegas. The Vegas was designed by Victory designer Michael Song, and offered a totally new chassis design. The Freedom engine carried forward from the TC, but the rest of the bike incorporated new features. The Vegas debuted with the 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine and 5-speed transmission, but was upgraded to a &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine and 6-speed transmission for the model year. The Vegas Low has a 1&#;in (25&#;mm) lower seat, repositioned foot pegs, and handlebars 2&#;in (51&#;mm) further back than the regular Vegas model.[9]

The Vegas is considered part of Victory's Custom Cruisers.[10]

Vegas Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 85&#;hp (63&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic fuel injection with dual 45 mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[11]

Vegas 8-Ball[edit]

The Vegas 8-Ball was powdercoated in black where the Vegas had been chromed. It debuted with the 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine, and was upgraded to &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) in Beginning with the model year, the Vegas 8-Ball received the 6 speed transmission from the standard Vegas.

The Vegas 8-Ball is considered part of Victory's 8-Ball Cruisers.[12]

Vegas 8-Ball Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 94&#;hp (70&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45 mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: five-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[13]

High Ball[edit]

First introduced in , is reminiscent of a bobber. It features apehanger handlebars, wire wheels and suede black & white paintwork with painted on logos rather than badges. For two options became available. The aforementioned paint scheme came with Judge cast alloy wheels. And a new paint scheme of suede black with red flames appeared, keeping the wire wheels. Both versions feature a Judge headlight, replacing the previous headlight, which many people felt looked out of place on this style of bike.

Gunner[edit]

Introduced in February as a traditional "bobber" style of bike. With more muscle, ( cubic inches) pound for pound the " Victory Gunner " leads the competition in the latest lineup of Cruiser style motorcycles currently on the market.

Kingpin/Kingpin Deluxe/Kingpin Tour[edit]

Following on the success of the Vegas, the Kingpin was released in Victory took advantage of the greater tuning capacity of cartridge forks, and revised both front and rear spring rates and damping to improve ride quality. The Kingpin Deluxe added luxury items to attract riders looking for more comfort. The Kingpin and Kingpin Deluxe began with the 92&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine and five-speed transmission, but were upgraded to the &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine and 6-speed transmission for the model year. For the Kingpin Tour was added, which was a Deluxe outfitted with an integrated tour pack or trunk. The Kingpin Tour was added when the Touring Cruiser was dropped.

The Kingpin is considered part of Victory's Custom Cruisers.[10]

Kingpin Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 85&#;hp (63&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal) | Fuel Capacity on 8-Ball: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt

Kingpin 8-Ball[edit]

The Kingpin 8-Ball is based upon the Kingpin platform, and like the Vegas 8-Ball is black, with black highlights in place of the chrome highlights of the standard Kingpin Model. It carries the &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) motor, and has a 5 speed gearbox. It is considered to be a "blank canvas" and thus is popular with motorcycle customizers.

The Kingpin 8-Ball is considered part of Victory's 8-Ball Cruisers.[12]

Kingpin 8-Ball Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 85&#;hp (63&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) of torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: five-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[14]

Hammer[edit]

Introduced in , The Hammer is considered part of Victory's Muscle Cruisers. The rear tire spec of /40R18 was meant to minimize wheel spin, but it has caused preposterous low-speed handling on occasion[15] due to its squared-off profile causing an on/off-ish bike lean[16]

Hammer/Hammer Sl Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 97&#;hp (72&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt

Hammer 8-Ball[edit]

Victory Hammer Eight-Ball

In , Victory released the Hammer 8-ball. With a lowered seat and smaller engine the bike is marketed as a cheaper and less loaded alternative to the Hammer and the Hammer S. It was one of the few bikes in Victory's lineup that remained a 5-speed.[17] The model was upgraded to the cu inch engine and 6 speed gearbox[18]

The Hammer 8-Ball is considered part of Victory's 8-Ball Cruisers.[12]

Hammer 8-Ball Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 85&#;hp (63&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: five-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Hammer 8-Ball Specs
cu in (1, cc) engine produces 97 hp (72 kW) and lb·ft ( N·m) torque
Fuel capacity: US gal (17 L; imp gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt

Vegas Jackpot[edit]

Debuting in , the Jackpot is, in Victory's own words, an "extreme custom." It features the &#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) Freedom V-Twin engine and 6-speed transmission (later bikes feature the cu in), a &#;mm rear tire, a color-matched frame and extensive custom styling with bold paint schemes. It is designed to be Victory's top-of-the-line custom.[19]

The Vegas Jackpot is considered part of Victory's Muscle Cruisers.[16]

Vegas Jackpot Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 97&#;hp (72&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (17&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[20]

Ness Signature Series[edit]

Motorcycle customizer Arlen Ness and his son Cory Ness teamed with Victory in to create a limited-edition model based on the Vegas. The bikes they developed used many Ness aftermarket billet aluminum accessories, custom paint schemes and their signatures on the side panels. In , they added the Kingpin to the lineup. In , the Jackpot was the basis for the Ness Signature Series. It featured many chrome accessories, a custom seat built by Danny Gray, custom billet aluminum wheels, and the signatures of Arlen and Cory Ness on the side panels. For , the Ness Signature Series is based on the Jackpot. The styling featured swept back cowls with matching cargo covers with a flame or fluorescent paint scheme, that left old, stodgy cruiser riders aghast, riding with the "cruiser face"[21] usually found on Harley riders.

In Arlen Ness and Cory Ness created two more limited-edition Victorys; The Arlen Ness Vision and the Cory Ness Jackpot.[22] Created as limited editions the bikes have custom paint & wheels, Ness chrome, diamond-cut engine heads, and are numbered and signed.[23] Aside from the custom work the two bikes have the same specs as their non-limited edition cousins.

Vision Street and Vision Tour[edit]

Introduced in February as an addition to the lineup, the Vision is a touring configuration. It comes in two versions, the Street, which includes a full fairing and hard saddlebags; and the Tour, which also has a hard trunk. The Vision offers a low seat height and a wide range of luxury electronics.[24] In Victory changed the Street version to an 8-Ball.[25]

Vision Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 92&#;hp (69&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: 6&#;US&#;gal (23&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt

Vision 8-Ball[edit]

The Kingpin 8-Ball is considered part of Victory's 8-Ball Cruisers.[12]

Vision 8-Ball Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 92&#;hp (69&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: 6&#;US&#;gal (23&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45 mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt

Cross Country[edit]

New for , the Victory Cross Country Motorcycle is a hard-bagger cruiser with a handlebar mounted fairing. It has a Freedom V-Twin Engine, 21 gallons of cargo capacity, &#;inches of suspension travel, floorboards, cruise control and an MP3-compatible sound system.[26]

Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 92&#;hp (69&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (22&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45 mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[27]

Cross Roads[edit]

The Victory Cross Roads motorcycle, also new for , shares the most horsepower and cargo capacity in its class with the Cross Country. Its cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin Engine and 21 gallons of cargo capacity, cruiser styling, comfortable seating, a wind-blocking windshield - were designed to give the rider "an appetite for the open road."[28]

Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces 92&#;hp (69&#;kW) and &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin
Fuel capacity: &#;US&#;gal (22&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[29]

Judge[edit]

New for , the Victory Judge Motorcycle is sport cruiser with a cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin Engine, muscle car inspired styling and mid mounted controls.[30]

Specs
&#;cu&#;in (1,&#;cc) engine produces &#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) torque
Engine: four-stroke 50° V-Twin how many mfc. in
Fuel capacity: 5&#;US&#;gal (19&#;l; &#;imp&#;gal)
Fuel System: Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body
Primary Drive: Gear drive with torque compensator
Transmission: six-speed overdrive constant mesh
Final Drive: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt[31]
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Octane[edit]

New for the model year.

The Octane is a completely new Victory design that was said to be inspired from Project Pikes Peak racer. The Octane also shares 35% of its parts with the Indian Scout. Featuring a 1,&#;cc (&#;cu&#;in) liquid cooled V-twin engine with &#;hp (78&#;kW)@ 8,&#;rpm and 79&#;lb⋅ft (&#;N⋅m) @ 6,&#;rpm with a claimed dry weight of &#;lb (&#;kg) and a tested 1/4-mile time of seconds at &#;mph (&#;km/h).[32] They were only made with a single seat and also can be customized with the two-in-one exhaust to provide additional power for the bike. Spare parts for this bike are available for the next 10 years as per advised by local dealers and Polaris. Approximately Octane bikes were produced and shipped worldwide.

8-Ball versions[edit]

There are five bikes that come in 8-Ball versions: Hammer, Vegas, Kingpin, Vision, and Cross Country. 8-Balls come in one color and have a lower retail price tag. The bikes are basically the same as their counterparts but generally come with fewer add-ons. Example: The Vision 8-Ball does not come with the passenger backrest/trunk.[12] The 8-Ball versions of the bikes are also lower or have a lower seat.

Marketing contest[edit]

In Victory marketing manager Josh Kurcinka announced a contest in which ten people won a lease on one of the two new Victory touring bikes: Cross Country or Cross Roads. The entrants had submitted a second video explaining why they deserved a lease on a new bike and what they had planned for the summer. Contestants were asked to outline four different and do-able road trips. Victory judged the entries based on plausibility of trips, content and originality. Submissions were taken online and at Industry Trade Shows like the New York International Motorcycle Show. Beginning in May , winning riders began taking a series of road trips each month through August from two to five days each. Riders documented their experiences through blogs, videos and photos sharing both their reviews of the bikes and the sites they visit along the way.[33][34]

Owners clubs[edit]

The Victory Motorcycle Club is an independent, not-for-profit group of Victory motorcycle owners and enthusiasts that began in as a Yahoo online chat site by several owners of Victory Motorcycles. The club has grown from a small group of enthusiasts to an international club with more than 2, paid members and 11, guests in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Germany. As of July&#;[update] there are local chapters.[35]

Winding down[edit]

On 9 January , parent company Polaris Industries issued a press release[36] announcing that they would immediately begin winding down operations of Victory Motorcycles due to struggles in establishing market share and limited profitability. The brand itself would also be discontinued. Dealers were to liquidate inventories, while spare parts would be made available for ten years. Dealers were to continue offering service and warranty coverage to owners.

With Victory, Polaris objectively created high quality, American-made cruisers, baggers and touring bikes. However, subjectively, Victory could not capture the legacy and emotion Harley-Davidson enjoys from its owners. Polaris solved this problem by purchasing and reviving the Indian Motorcycle brand in Once it became clear that Indian could better compete with Harley-Davidson on an emotional level, Polaris decided its production capacity and resources would be better devoted to its Indian brand.[37]

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