Victory Motorcycles will rock Bike Week 2015 in Daytona Beach with the newest member of its Bagger family – the Magnum X-1 – the baddest, loudest Victory Bagger yet during an exclusive party featuring multi-platinum hard rock titans Godsmack.
Join Victory Saturday night, March 7 at 9:00 p.m. at The Full Moon Saloon on Daytona’s iconic Main Street for the biggest show at Bike Week. Grammy Award-nominated Godsmack will rock the house as we unveil the Magnum X-1, the ultimate Bagger, designed for serious music fans.
The Full Moon Saloon launch party site will set the stage and establish the soundtrack for the weeklong motorcycle culture and lifestyle celebration that Victory Motorcycle owners thrive in. Don’t miss this party! Visit victorymotorcycles.com for full event details.
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About Victory Motorcycles
Victory Motorcycles designs, engineers, manufactures and markets a full line of cruisers, baggers and touring motorcycles. Every Victory model delivers industry-leading performance, comfort, style, storage and reliability. The first Victory was produced on the Fourth of July, 1998, in Spirit Lake, Iowa, where every Victory motorcycle continues to be produced today. Information about Victory motorcycles, apparel and accessories is available at www.VictoryMotorcycles.com.
To date, Godsmack have notched a staggering 7 – #1singles on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart. Moreover, they’ve enjoyed 21 Top 10 hits at the format – the most of any act since February 1999, as well as, 4 Grammy nominations and winner of Billboard Music Awards Rock Artist of the Year in 2001. Selling over 20 million records worldwide, the band also unleashed three consecutive albums at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 – Faceless , IV , and The Oracle . Godsmack’s domination continued with the recent release of their sixth full-length album and title single 1000hp in 2014.