Victory Cross Roads — Motorcycle Mojo Magazine

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Victory Cross Roads

Victory Cross Roads

by Jeff Stephenson

Whether down the straight and narrow or the next corner, the Cross is a capable touring bike oozes confidence throughout the

Victory has hit a home run with bagger. The Cross Roads is a version of Victory’s fairing-clad Country, and while the Cross does have ample in its spacious, easy to access,66-litre,leather-clad it does miss out on a few of the amenities a full fairing has to offer – if you are with a different gauge and a stereo, that is.

Bells and whistles, while at times, are even better you have the option of whether to use or not. My Cross Roads came with an optional, windshield that was off of the bike of the time I had it. There’s nothing like being able to all wind protection and getthe in your face on a hot summer but with the option tore-attach it in if the weather turns on you – try doing with a fairing.

The Cross Roads boasts a low height of only 667 mm (26.25 allows an easy reach to the regardless of inseam measurement, and the low centre of gravity makes handling a breeze, even its long wheelbase of 1670 mm in.). Equally impressive is the Roads’ high-speed handling. The bars – if they were up, they would easily into the ape-hanger category – way back from the steering and provide plenty of leverage, a slight push on the inside all it takes to lean the bike a turn.

Powering out of the turn comes with a slight twist of the and a thrust of 109 ft-lb of torque the 106 Freedom V-twin engine. engine is one of my favourite components of the Victory line-up and always plenty of entertainment. While the easily powers out of corners, it is no wimp on the highway either.


The engine lopes along at 1750 rpm at 80 km/h in sixth but when you want to pass in your way, it only a twist of the grip to make the – no downshift required. But sixth is an overdrive, so to make the passing more fun, clicking a gear or two makes very work of the overtake.The only I felt was in the seat and handlebar;this around 4000 rpm and became more pronounced above rpm. Chances are you would ever feel it, as the big V-twin is to spend its time in the lower rpm (read more)

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