News 2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball | Zach Ness

2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball | Zach Ness

2012 Zach Ness Signature Series

The Arlen Ness name is frequently brought up within the customized motorcycle scene. And one bike that always has been associated with the Arlen Ness name is Victory.

Back in 2004, Victory began offering signature-model Arlen Ness models. This trend continues for 2012 with three models, including the Vegas 8-Ball styled by Arlen’s son, Zach Ness.

Using a bone-stock Vegas 8-Ball, Zach Ness upgraded the styling using subtle paint and black accents. Following are some highlights of the 2012 Zach Ness Victory Vegas 8-Ball.

2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball Zach Ness Highlights:

  • Suede titanium Metallic paint with custom ness graphics
  • Matte titanium Metallic frame and swing arm
  • Ness handlebar crossbar
  • Ness custom billet wheels
  • Ness custom mirrors
  • Ness Holeshot billet handgrips
  • Ness Holeshot billet footpegs
  • Ness Holeshot engine covers
  • Ness oil line cover
  • Chrome exhaust
  • Custom stitched leather seat

There’s also a numbered plate on the engine with Zach’s logo and a facsimile of his signature. Pure Victory accessories that fit the Vegas will fit this bike, and include: x-bow and tri-Pro stage 1 Performance exhausts, windshields, backrests, saddlebags and more.

2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball Zach Ness MSRP: $16,999

For a preview of the 2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball, 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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