2010 Victory Motorcycles First Look Preview — Motorcycle USA

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2010 Victory Motorcycles Look Preview

If I was the boss man at Motorcycles this motorcycle already be in production.

Another another new batch of shiny new Victory Motorcycles. Highlighting American motorcycle manufacturer’s line-up is some upgraded comforts, new colorways, and two all-new models. A new rigid-frame concept cruiser motorcycle, tagged the was also shown, and, you lay eyes on it you’ll wonder why hasn’t started production on it

For more information read the Victory CORE here.

Cross Country and Cross

This coming year, a touring enthusiast will two new options within Victory’s line: The Victory Cross and Cross Roads motorcycles. models are designed to compete against Harley-Davidson’s Road Similar to the Victory Vision, motorcycles are designed for long riding and differ only in appearance, with the Cross offering full fairings to protect the rider from and the effects of the road and the Cross maintaining a classic-styling look a windshield.

Both of these are powered by the air-cooled Freedom 106 (1731cc) V-Twin engine fed a 5.8 gallon fuel tank. The sports a compact 50-degree angle and four-valve cylinder each operated by its own camshaft and A 6-speed transmission puts the to the rear wheel via a maintenance-free final drive.

The Victory Country is an all-new full touring option for 2010. tag is $17,999.

Each chassis is comprised of a two-piece, frame that like all motorcycles uses the engine as a chassis component. Victory’s CORE chassis technology that both bikes the bulk of their mass as low as making for easy handling at any speed.

In the suspension department, both use a 43mm inverted fork 5.1 inches of travel and an air-adjustable shock absorber with 4.7 of …. The suspension is designed to the chassis by providing friendly manners without compromising quality.

Brakes are also between models, highlighted by the use of 300mm brake discs controlled by a four-piston caliper at the wheel with a single caliper latching onto a disc at the rear wheel. The are attached to lighter “Roulette” hollow-spoke rims. Since distance touring are what of these machines are about, are wisely equipped with Elite 3 touring tire.

The Cross Roads adds to 2010 touring line-up. on this machine is $15,999.

One of the key of Victory’s chassis technology is its low Both machines feature a 26.25-inch seat height. best-in-class is its use of 18-inch-long floorboards allow the operator added in the cockpit.

Additional rider comes in the form of the height-adjustable

Twin saddlebags each approximately 10.65 gallons of capacity and can carry up to 25 pounds. gives the Victory rider possibilities in terms of what can bring with them to other motorcycle in its class.

The Cross Country and $15,999 Roads come in two different schemes: Solid Black or Midnight Cherry. Additionally the Country is also available in and Graphite with Extreme Like all Victory Motorcycles, bikes come with a warranty.

The radically styled returns for 2010 in four iterations: the Vision Tour, Tour ABS, Vision and Arlen Ness Signature Vision. All of the versions feature the air-cooled Freedom 106 cubic-inch V-Twin engine, 6-speed and 6-gallon fuel tank.

The Victory Vision is back for in four varations. Above is the Tour.

The chassis still CORE technology which for a low seat height. Up front a fork suppresses the effects of pavement while an air-adjustable shock absorber provides at the other end of the motorcycle.

The Vision is with a variety of creature including wide and thick with a built-in heating Cruise control is also as is its iPod or GPS-ready audio Furthermore the Vision has standard grips and the windscreen can also be adjusted up or down.

In addition to the compartment in the cockpit, twin, containers are attached to the bike on sides. There’s also a storage container behind the seat that can hold two helmets. All the containers are lockable and

Upgrades for this year an updated sidestand that’s for your left foot to when parking. In terms of an opening in the rider’s seat is to accept an accessory Driver for added comfort out on the road. The power receptacles have been changed to a cigarette

The audio screen offers information and a higher display Helping the rider enjoy tunes is a silencer-type device in the airbox which reduces noise without sacrificing Heated seats, grips, control and electronically-controlled windshield all standard.

The 2010 Victory 8-Ball has been lowered to the ground and also features components instead of chrome.

In of braking the Vision offers a braking system, in which the and rear brakes work in Up front twin 300mm discs are each controlled by a caliper. A single 300mm and twin-piston caliper is mounted to the “Anvil” style wheel.

The Vision Tour ABS model the likelihood of the motorcycle skidding braking by adding an auto-derived brake system (ABS). The uses independent wheel sensors to prevent either from locking up on slippery or during aggressive brake As opposed to the standard Vision’s braking system, the ABS version links the rear brake to the not vice-versa.

When the front is depressed it provides no rear braking effect. The Vision ABS also gets its own unique Black colorway.

The Vision gives the Vision a bit more cred, by lowering the motorcycle’s suspension by one inch and the seat by two bringing seat height to just 24.5-inches. The shorter and seat brings the rider to the handlebars and allows them to easily touch the ground.

the 8-Ball replaces chrome for pieces, gets the “Roulette” and deletes the rear storage heated seats and grips, control, as well as the windshield providing a more minimalistic Price on the Vision 8-Ball is

Arlen Ness and Victory continue to collaborate. Pictured is the limited-edition Signature Series

Bike builder Arlen continues his relationship with this year releasing a Arlen Ness Signature Vision. This machines out compared to a standard Vision its custom paint with name plates and logos. of its components including the dashboard and console were also

Suspension was lowered one inch, also brings the Ness leather seat down to This signature Ness rolls on custom billet with similarly styled and engine covers. Pricing on all the Vision models, with the of the 8-Ball, has yet to be announced.

The Victory Vegas also the 8-Ball treatment for 2010.

The returns for 2010 in four flavors including: the Vegas, 8-Ball, Vegas Jackpot and the Cory Ness Vegas Each version benefits a lower seat and revised and foot controls designed to the Vegas easier to ride. the height of its seat has been by 1.3 inches and now measures just inches off of the ground. The reach to the is shorter and the footpegs have been relocated further

This coming year’s will come in two colors: Pearl White and Two-tone Red/Pearl White.

Powering the is an air-cooled 100 cubic-inch (1634cc) V-Twin engine mated to a transmission. The set-up only from the larger engine in of its 6mm shorter piston …. from that and its slightly compression ratio, the engines are

American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser

Its suspension is comprised of a 43mm fork that offers 5.1 of impact absorbing travel. Out a single preload-adjustable gas-charged absorber provides 3 inches of

The Vegas 8-Ball gets the blacked-out treatment as the other models including: wheels, triple clamps, and swingarm. The seat also has a different cover. A passenger seat and are also absent, giving the a cleaner, more urban

The 8-Ball also has a 5-speed

The 2010 Victory Vegas comes with an up-spec 106 engine. Pictured above is the Gold color scheme.

The Jackpot continues with the stretched out and low styling theme, but one has a chrome fork and triple Billet aluminum wheels are standard. It comes in two colors: Gold and Solid Black.

Both the frame and swingarm are matched as well.

The Jackpot receives the longer … 106 engine with higher camshafts and a 6-speed transmission. It the power back to a custom wheels with a wider wide Dunlop rear

The Cory Ness Signature Jackpot is the high-end Vegas in this year’s line-up and Fireball Red paint with graphics designed by the Ness. It has a different set of billet wheels matching sprocket. A chrome was also added and the top of the headlight was to match the bike.

Other accessories have been applied including handlebars and hand and foot controls as as a stitched leather seat. The Ness Jackpot is also with the same up-spec 106 engine and fat 250mm rear Price has yet to be released on all Vegas

The 2010 Victory Kingpin

Motorcycles classic cruiser, the comes in two variants for 2010: the and the Kingpin 8-ball. The Kingpin with the 100 cubic-inch Freedom engine with the 6-speed New features for this year the fuel cap, wheels, and components all finished in black.

The fuel tank emblem last year’s monochrome The Kingpin comes in Solid Cherry and Two-tone Ocean Metallic.

The Kingpin 8-Ball from the standard model a lower seat, reworked moved two inches back and an handlebar sweep said to the bike easier to ride for riders.

Aesthetically, the Kingpin 8-Ball the blacked-out treatment on the mirrors, fork triple clamp and The rider’s seat also has a cover and the passenger seat and are deleted.

Victory Hammer

Motorcycles power cruiser, the is back for 2010 in three

Victory’s muscle cruiser, the is back for 2010 in three the Hammer, Hammer S and you guessed it, the 8-Ball. All bikes benefit Victory’s hopped up Freedom 106 V-Twin engine and 6-speed that put back to a fat 250mm tire.

Updates for this are limited to a new handlebar and black cap, wheels and brake just like on the Kingpin. on the Hammer and Hammer S models yet to be released.

The Hammer S model lighter “X-Factor” wheels come in either black or and a silver or black fork on the Suede Black/White and Boardwalk paint schemes you choose. The S the black treatment on each component and the tank emblem is now The Hammer 8-Ball uses a reworked seat and gets the black component treatment as and costs $14,499.

American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser
American Classic Motors 200 TIRE BOBBER Cruiser


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