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2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition | Preview

Most Powerful Victory

The 2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition (LE) motorcycle represents the leanest and meanest Victory ever offered. Featuring the Victory Freedom 106/6 with Stage 2 cams, the new Vegas LE pumps out 97 Horsepower and 113 ft/lb of torque and features a Bonneville Salt Flats inspired paint scheme to let everybody know how serious it is.

“We wanted to honor racers that have brought Victory Motorcycles to the Bonneville Salt Flats,” says Victory Product Manager Gary Gray. “Bonneville is one of the most harsh racing environments on the planet, and racers such as Gregor Moe, Laura Klock of Klock Works, Matt Waring of MBW and others have helped show the potential of our motorcycles to the world. So we started with our lightest bike and our largest most powerful engine and added a Limited Edition paint scheme to create a unique motorcycle, plus we priced it aggressively.”

A particularly unique feature of the Vegas Limited Edition is that each owner will choose from one of four color schemes at the time of ordering. The order session will close in February and motorcycles will be delivered in March. A total of 100 Victory Vegas LE motorcycles will be built, each one featuring a limited edition plate on the motor.

A dedicated website has been created to order the 2010 Victory Vegas LE where instructions and specifications are listed. Ordering opens on January 22, and will close on February 15th, 2010. No more than 100 units will be built, and Victory suggests those wanting to own the quickest Victory ever produced order as soon as possible, because these bikes will be going – quickly.

2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition (LE) Features

> Limited Edition Salt Flats Inspired Paint Scheme

> Victory’s baddest Freedom 106/6 speed with Stage 2 cams

> Each of the 100 vehicles is numbered from the factory

> Big 106 race plate graphic on the sides

> Color Matched Frame and Swing Arm

> Blacked out forks, engine, and other bits

> Passenger Seat and Pegs included (not shown)

2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition (LE) Colors

> Fire Ball Red

> Competition Yellow

> Pearl White

> Turbo Silver

2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition (LE) MSRP

> $15,999.00

Victory Vegas Motorcycle History Timeline

> 2003 Victory Vegas V92 5 Speed

> 2004 Arlen Ness Vegas V92 5 Speed

> 2005 Vegas 8-Ball V92 5 Speed

> 2006 Vegas V100 6 Speed, Vegas 8-Ball V100 5 Speed

> 2008 Vegas Low V100 6 Speed

> 2010 Vegas LE with 106/6 with Stage 2 Cams

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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