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RSD/Victory Motorcycles: Project 200

When I first saw pictures from Cameron Brewer at RSD: Thanks Cameron!) of the Vegas 8-Ball that Sands is doing for Victory I immediately fell in lust its swoopy profile. That new section and dropped down combined with the full really highlighted the design that Victory is known (It should probably be noted I’m an Roland Sands Design and sycophant — I just like the that they do when do what they do.)

I got really excited (starting to myself out here) when about what RSD is attempting to do this bike. It’s Project 200 and it’s Sands’ at building a bike aimed at a Modified Partial Streamlining record. Here’s a ‘graph the RSD blog that explains it in words:

This Victory project is for the purpose of going 200mph. started off as a move to do something with a Victory turned a quest for the 200mph marker. has been a personal goal of for sometime and to do it on what was a custom makes it much harder and interesting. Adding the bodywork and parts lends itself to this bike apart as a high speed performer.

It soon be getting a turbo which will make it a 200 HP beast for both landspeed and the strip.

So now that Victory has its 2011 lineup and RSD had a chance to this beast to the dealers the Polaris/Victory dealer meeting, video has been posted.

It shows the early stages of quest to hit 200 mph. We’ll try to along as they post vids. Could watch like this all day.

I could if I got paid for it, so until I’ll link to videos they come online and go back to my work-a-day tasks as reading press releases, folks and pining for future rides.

Rider Impressions: The Hammer S

In June I picked up a Victory Hammer S from headquarters in Medina, Minn. after one month and nearly miles, it’s time I the bike.

As a fan of all things with I would’ve enjoyed keeping head-turner in my garage alongside the Tomos Golden Bullet and forthcoming two-… Stella Having a muscle cruiser the Hammer helped satisfy my moods – whereas I enjoy quick-paced rides on the Suzuki, I enjoyed implementing the Victory for inter-city jaunts. If the SV1S, in black livery, is my B2 stealth the Hammer S, available only in a blue with white stripes, was my attention-grabbing Blue C-130T Hercules “Fat – heavy, but powerful and impressively for its size.

The bike attracted attention and questions wherever I went, at the filling station, neighborhood store or local bike “Go ahead and park it right out on the sidewalk,” the owner of my favorite Eli’s in Minneapolis, said grilling me on the bike’s specs and my of the ride.

“Nice Hammer!” a guy in a pickup shouted to me while we were at a red light. “I just bought I love it!”

The Hammer S the fourth Victory extended the folks at Polaris have me. The first bike, the V92TC, was a bit the first year Vegas was but still not tuned quite (needed more breathing, through the parts catalog); and the I rode for a few months last was hugely impressive in handling and for its size.

What’d I like the Hammer S? I had a list of highlights I to everyone who asked: The 97hp, 113 ft. of torque offers a healthy of acceleration, the bike’s outfitted a smooth running carbon belt, the sixth gear transmits a fuel-saving engine of 2,400 rpm at 70mph, it maneuvers well with the big 18-incher up and 250/40R18 Dunlop rear, and was impressive (stainless steel front dual 300mm rotors with 4-piston and rear single 300mm rotor with 2-piston

The list of things I didn’t is much shorter: To garner the look, engineers placed the shock a bit too far forward, directly the seat. It’s preload but nevertheless transmitted some bumps when traversing irregularities.

Victory Lays the Hammer … S

I picked up a 2009 Hammer S from Polaris HQ June 15. I’ve noticed particular bike is about performance, and that my sportbike has envy.

Still, this is the best of the Victory I’ve ridden for an period of time. It accelerates (for (more…)

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