The sacred trio of Daytona Bike Week has always been bikes, music and partying. And Victory Motorcycles has the perfect scenario for this trio during this March’s 74th annual Daytona Bike Week.
Victory will exploit its newest edition to the bagger family – the Magnum X-1 – during an exclusive party at The Full Moon Saloon featuring no other than multi-platinum rockers Godsmack. The party begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 7, at The Full Moon Saloon on Daytona’s Main Street.
Speaking of the event, Victory says “The Full Moon Saloon launch party site will set the stage and establish the soundtrack for the week-long motorcycle culture and lifestyle celebration that Victory Motorcycle owners thrive in. Don’t miss this party! Visit victorymotorcycles.com for full event details.”
Victory is unveiling the Magnum X-1 at Daytona, but some photos were already leaked. From the leaked photos, it appears Victory has taken its Magnum, and added some audacious paint and a bigger stereo system.
The new X-1 plays off of the Magnum that was unveiled this past July. The Magnum is a customized version of the Victory Cross Country – it gets a larger 21-inch front wheel (the stock Cross Country arrives with an 18-inch front wheel), and rear end that is slammed one inch. The bike – which arrives with Victory’s powerful 106 Freedom V-Twin, which delivers 106 ft/lbs of torque – also was upgraded with bold paint and the highest-performance audio system ever offered on a Victory.
For a test, visit 2015 Victory Magnum Review.