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Victory CORE Concept Motorcycle Photo Gallery
Michael Song, Victory Motorcycle's Lead Industrial Designer, with early sketches of the CORE concept bike.
Victory Motorcycles gives a glimpse into what a performance cruiser motorcyle might look like in the future thanks to its innovative industrial design team. Read about it in Motorcycle USA's
Victory Motorcycles CORE Concept Bike
Victory's Graphic Designer,Steve Leszinski,keeps a steady hand while giving the CORE its wicked pinstriping.
An overhead view lets you see how streamline the motorcycle is.
CORE is a concept motorcycle designed and built by the Victory Motorcycles Industrial Design team to show what a performance cruiser of the future could look like.
Like pieces to a puzzle, the CORE slowly comes together.
Talk about a lane-splitter! The CORE concept is sleek and slender.
The CORE consists of only the essentials: engine, frame, wheels and front suspension – no rear suspension.
The design is raw and elemental,and the five pieces that compose the frame houses everything.
Victory VP Mark Blackwell said that 'We are all about the future of American Motorcycles' and the CORE supports that statement.
The CORE's unique cast aluminum frame was made by pouring molten aluminum into a sand core, which was removed when the casting was complete.
The front end features a Works Performance 48mm inverted fork and dual 320mm discs.
The 3.2-gallon tank has a neo-board tracker look reminiscent of Roland Sands' KRV5 Tracker.
Is this the future of performance power cruisers?
An African mahogany seat on a rigid ride - looks killer but my backside has its own opinion.
Michael Song (left) and Greg Brew are deep in thought as they work to infuse life into the CORE.
Victory Motorcycles CORE Concept
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