Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Victory Releases 2012 Models

All Victory models across the board feature the 106-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin engine and Six-Speed Overdrive transmission. Every Victory is designed with a low seating height with a low center of gravity for easy responsive handling at all speeds.

2012 Touring Models
Every touring model features extended driver floorboards that let the driver position feet and legs as desired during high-mileage stretches on the road.

NEW — Cross Country Tour
The Cross Country Tour provides the most storage of any bike in the world, a total capacity of over 41 gallons in its trunk, saddlebags and forward storage compartments.

Victory Vision
The Victory Vision is a full-featured luxury-touring bike. Features include electric windshield height control, Heated seats and handlebar grips, AM/FM/Weather band radio wired to accommodate CB radio and helmet communicator systems.

Cross Country
The Cross Country is a smooth-riding hard bagger that provides riders with tremendous comfort, great style, impressive cargo space, protection and an integrated audio system. Its low mean look, favored by the bagger crowd, hides a motorcycle rich in features and performance.

Cross Roads
With the Victory CORE Custom Program, Cross Roads buyers select the bike’s color and its equipment, and those elements are installed at the Victory dealership. The result is a fantastic touring model that has been customized to suit the rider’s style.

Cross Roads Classic LE
With its special equipment and stunning paint, the limited edition Cross Roads LE Classic is truly an instant masterpiece. The Cross Roads Classic LE is a limited edition and each one will be numbered. Special features of this bike include:
• Classic paint and graphics featuring expanses of black and white with black and red pinstriping
• Classic leather seat and saddlebags with custom stitching
• Wire wheels
• Windshield
• Light bar
• Fender bumpers
• Saddlebag rails for style and tip-over protection

2012 Cruiser Models

Introduced in January 2011, the High-Ball has become an instant hit with its combination of classic bobber styling and premium Victory performance. This high-stylin’, bad-ass bike has ape hangers, minimal sheet metal, whitewall tires, spoked wheels and no-nonsense matte black paint.

The legendary Vegas broke through old cruiser styling boundaries and it continues to impress riders with its stunning styling and outstanding Victory performance.

Vegas Jackpot
For a full-on custom look, the Vegas Jackpot has a two-tone headlight housing (except on the solid black model) and a color-matched frame. It has billet wheels, including a 21-inch front wheel and a chrome front end (forks and triple trees). Plus, the rear fender with its frenched taillight rides above the eye-catching, smooth-riding 250 mm rear tire.

The Kingpin is a classic cruiser that makes a rider comfortable, confident and in control. Its ergonomics are enhanced by the low seat height and easy accessible controls, and the Kingpin is an ideal platform for accessorizing into a long-riding touring bike.

Hammer S
The Hammer S combines sport-styled bodywork with muscle-bike components and high-performance paint schemes. Its paint and blacked-out components combine to evoke a muscle car vibe, which is fitting for a bike with such impressive power and premium braking.

Vegas 8-Ball/Hammer 8-Ball
The Vegas 8-Ball and Hammer 8-Ball offer premium Victory performance at appealing price points, and serve as ideal platforms for riders who want to customize and personalize their rides.

2012 Ness Signature Models
For model year 2012, Victory offers three Ness Signature Series models – numbered, limited-edition custom Victory models styled by three generations of motorcycling’s first family of customizers.

Arlen Ness Signature Series Victory Vision
The latest limited-edition Victory custom from legendary builder Arlen Ness looks like a glorious, chrome trimmed fireball scorching the road. The chassis and driveline are identical to those of the standard 2012 Victory Vision, but special custom features 

Cory Ness Signature Series Victory Cross Country
For the second year in a row, Cory Ness has styled a Cross Country into a rolling work of art. Like the first Signature Series model Cory ever customized, a 2005 Vegas, Cory has designed an incredible custom paint scheme of blue and black that looks fantastic with the bike’s chrome and black components.

Zach Ness Signature Series Victory Vegas 8-Ball
Zach Ness, who has custom bike building in his DNA, brings fresh ideas and impressive creative skills to his custom work. For 2012 he has styled an understated masterpiece, using subtle paint, black accents and a great eye for design.