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2009 Victory Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot First Ride Photo Gallery
The 2009 Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot is a visual treat, almost as enjoyable to look at as the Mardi Gras float, Leviathan.
Motorcycle USA travels to New Orleans to test ride Victory Motorcycles' 2009 Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot on the streets and highways of the Big Easy and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Check out the full story in our
2009 Victory Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot First Ride
We raced the trolley cars of New Orleans aboard the 2009 Cory Ness Jackpot and guess who won?
The Cory Ness Jackpot has the model's signature raised spine that runs tip to tip on both fenders and down the center of the custom-style scalloped fuel tank.
The custom-inspired headlight looks great but provided a limited field of view at night.
The 2009 Victory Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot
The knurled handgrips and teardrop mirrors are straight out of the Ness Signature Series line.
The controls on the 2009 Cory Ness Vegas Jackpot are minimal and don't clutter up the handlebars.
I was cruising by the dock of the bay while my troubles washed away. Riding a slick cruiser motorcycle styled by custom builder Cory Ness has that effect.
Ness Signature Series foot controls and engine covers add custom appeal to the 2009 Cory Ness Jackpot.
I loved hearing and feeling the vibes coming out of the Jackpot's dual staggered slash-cut pipes as I rumbled down the tight confines of the French Quarter.
After four days and hundreds of miles, me and this seat had become well acquainted.
The scalloped tank is a signature feature of Victory's Jackpot line of motorcycles.
A 250mm rear tire give the Ness Jackpot an imposing stance. Better yet, it handles well for a motorcycle with such a wide tire.
Victory's new Freedom 106 engine is claimed to put out 14% more hp than last year's powerplant and is outfitted with Stage 2 Cams.
Every Cory Ness Jackpot comes with a numbered metal plate and a reproduction of Cory Ness' signature.
Though it has custom motorcycle good looks on the outside, internally it is a Vegas Jackpot and has been built to ride hard.
Riding the 2009 Cory Ness Jackpot will make you feel like the King of Mardi Gras.
Did I forget to mention that it just happened to be Mardi Gras in New Orleans?
The styling of the 2009 Cory Ness Jackpot stands out against the awesome display of colors on the Leviathan Mardi Gras float.
Riding the streets of New Orleans requires constant vigilance as the surfaces are broken and uneven and pedestrians walk out from everywhere.
Cory Ness sits on the 2009 Victory Jackpot that he designed and accessorized.
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