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2012 Victory Motorcycle
Custom motorcycle guru Arlen Ness has been a part of the Victory namesake since the beginning, with custom Arlen Ness editions of certain models arriving in 2004.
Victory continues the trend for 2012, offering three signature Arlen Ness models, including the Victory Vision customized by Mr. Ness himself.
Victory Motorcycles 10th Anniversary Vision Tour bike has been recognized as the top touring motorcycle in the country by the Robb Report in its 21st annual "Best of the Best" issue.
"The 10th Anniversary Vision redefined the American motorcycle," said Steve Menneto, general manager of Victory Motorcycles. "This bike pushes the boundaries of style, design and engineering as part of the most progressive line of American luxury-touring bikes on the road."
Hard "Core" Concept Custom.
"CORE is pure motorcycle," says Polaris Lead Industrial Designer Michael Song, who participated in the design of the radical Vision Street and Vision Tour motorcycle for Victory. "We wanted to strip everything not critical and build a motorcycle that uses some of the production technologies we have incorporated into the Victory Vision. The frame and engine architecture of the Victory Vision was our inspiration, but we wanted to make a statement beyond ‘custom’ and create something completely unique."
Those in the market for stylish, big-bore baggers will have a good deal of whisker scratching to do in 2008. Just as the touring demographic is expanding, so are its options. Hot on the tailpipes of the Victory Vision’s intergalactic funk come a new machine as disparate in their styling as their origins. For the metrically inclined, there is a powerful tourer with classic good looks from a Japanese manufacturing titan.
Think of Victory Motorcycles and lean, flashy cruisers immediately leap to mind. The “other” American motorcycle company has been diligently carving out its identity since 1997 by providing forward-looking alternatives to the perceived stodginess of its Milwaukee-bred competition. Bold graphics, gleaming chrome flanks and the towering silhouettes of Arlen and Cory Ness lending the company line a bit of their bold custom DNA have become hallmarks of the Victory brand.