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2012 Victory Cross Country | Cory Ness

2012 Cory Ness Signature Series

The Arlen Ness name has become synonymous with Victory motorcycles, the Polaris-owned American V-Twin manufacturer offering signature Ness models since 2004.

For 2012, Victory is offering three signature Ness models, including the 2012 Victory Cross Country designed by Arlen Ness’ son and business partner, Cory Ness.

Similar to how Cory customized his first signature Victory motorcycle, the 2005 Vegas, the younger Ness designed “an incredible custom paint scheme of blue and black that looks fantastic with the bike’s chrome and black components” on the Cross Country.

The chassis and driveline are identical to those of the standard 2012 Victory Cross Country, but features a host of special features listed below.

2012 Victory Cross Country Cory Ness Highlights:

  • Boardwalk blue and black paint with custom Ness graphics
  • Custom handlebar
  • Ness chrome grips
  • Ness custom mirrors
  • Ness billet passenger pegs
  • Ness chrome shift and brake pegs
  • Ness engine covers
  • Ness radio display
  • Ness oil line cover
  • Diamond-cut engine
  • Chrome driver floorboards
  • Chrome shift and brake levers
  • Custom highway bar
  • Custom suede seat
  • Billet wheels
  • Kicker premium audio speakers

On the engine is a metal plate with the bike’s number, the Cory Ness logo and a facsimile of cory’s signature. among the Pure Victory accessories available for this bike is a color-matched lock & Ride trunk, along with: trunk cargo Rack, trunk liner, Passenger armrest Kit, saddlebag liners, and chrome saddlebag Protectors and more.

2012 Victory Cross Country Cory Ness MSRP: $24,999

For a preview of the 2012 Victory Cross Country, click here.

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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