Motorcycle Types Cruiser 2011 Victory Cross Road: Core Custom

2011 Victory Cross Road: Core Custom

Custom Motorcycles

For 2011, Victory is instituting the Victory Cross Roads CORE Custom Program. This plan allows a rider to select the bike color, saddlebag style, highway bar style, and add a windshield, before the motorcycle leaves for its new home.

On the showroom floor, Victory customer will be able to choose between 48 possible combinations of accessories and colors. Not only will a rider be able to see the choices, he will also be able to ride the customized bike home from the dealership.

Colors: Solid Crimson and Solid Black are the available colors. A rider can select hard bags, such as those that are standard on the Victory Cross Country, or new soft saddlebags, which have are covered by a grained vinyl and leather. The new soft bags feature a classic look with rivet trim and large leather straps.

Highway Bars: The two styles available are the styled Forged Chrome Highway Bars and the Tube Chrome Highway Bars. Both styles bolt easily onto the bike and, if a rider chooses to ride without tipover protection, covers are available to cover the mounting points on the bike frame.

Windshields: A rider can add a protective Mid-Height Windshield that has drop-down “sideburns” that extend down to deflect air that would otherwise flow toward the rider’s mid-section. For further airflow management, Pure Victory offers Lower Wind Deflectors and Highway Bar Close-Outs as accessories.

Victory dealers will stock these components so a rider can select the combination that suits his style preferences and riding needs, and then ride home on his new customized Victory Cross Roads motorcycle.

The 2011 Victory Cross Roads also gets the new Freedom 106/6 Stage 1 V-Twin with 92 hp and 109 ft.-lb. of torque, the new 6-speed transmission with overdrive, and cruise control as standard and new floorboard shifter.

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.

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