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2009 Victory Motorcycles First Ride Photo Gallery
If you're not on a Victory, then keep on rollin' by 'cause parking in these parts is for Victorys only.
Travel along with MotorcycleUSA as we head to beautiful Del Mar, California to ride the latest creations from Victory Motorcycles as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Cory Ness lent his designing chops to this 2009 Vegas Jackpot, including signature Ness handgrips and mirrors, a special monochromatic custom paint scheme and wicked 'Landshark' wheels.
The 10th Anniversary Victory Vision is made for the long haul and comes with GPS, XM Radio, a CB and a communication system as standard equipment.
The Vegas Jackpot received the new 106/6 Victory Freedom engine and sports a color-matched frame and swingarm.
Ten years, almost 50,000 motorcycles on the road - not bad for a small company out of Minnesota.
Honest, officer, it was the guy in the A-stars jacket. Don't let his baby face fool you.
I think we missed the turnoff to Hollister a few miles back!!
For the 2009 model launch, we went on a 200-mile ride that started on the beach, climbed the Cuyamacas, then dropped into the desert.
New lights front and back, new, lighter wheels, and plenty of custom paint highlight the changes to Victory's 2009 lineup.
The 2009 Victory Hammer benefits from the bigger Freedom 106 engine with more power off the line.
Cory Ness hit the proverbial nail on the head with his Signature Vegas Jackpot. Cory's Jackpot received the largest round of applause at the Victory Dealer Show.
With a torque-filled engine, slick X-factor wheels, and a great Shelby-style racing stripe, the 2009 Hammer S is a hot ticket.
The limited-edition 10th Anniversary Vision Touring motorcycles sold out in less than ten minutes.
The 2009 Hammer has an aggressive arms-forward riding position.
The 2009 Kingpin Tour comes with a leather topcase and saddlebags, chrome engine crash guards, and ample floorboards.
With the new engine and some Victory aftermarket pipes, the 2009 Vegas Jackpot had plenty of pop and roared with every twist of the throttle.
With 15 models in Victory's 2009 lineup, it's hard to decide which motorcycle to ride first.
Can you see how Victory claims it looked toward American muscle cars for inspiration in the styling of the Hammer S?
The chrome taillight and monochromatic paint give the Cory Ness Signature Vegas Jackpot a true-custom feel.
The 2009 Arlen Ness Signature Series Vision Street is based on Arlen's personal Victory Vision.
The Anniversary Edition comes in the Antares Red paint used in the very first Victory, the V92C.
The 2009 Victory Vision Tour comes in some smokin' new colors.
Cory Ness is a skilled custom builder and worked some of his magic on this Vegas Jackpot.
Can you say 'It's Hammer Time?'
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