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2011 Victory Motorcycles First Ride Photo Gallery
The 2011 Vegas Jackpot has a cool custom look. The Pearl White model we rode had white, color-matching frame, swingarm, and rear brake lever to go along with its old-timey pin-up girl graphic.
Motorcycle USA travels to Gateway, Colorado to take its first spin on the 2011 Victory Motorcycles which are all now powered by the Freedom 106/6 engine mated to a revised transmission.
The 2011 Victory Vision Tour has 29 gallons of trunk and saddlebag storage, ABS as a standard feature, an adjustable windshield, cruise control and dual-zone heated seats and handgrips.
The 2011 Arlen Ness Vision Tour features black, anodized contrast-cut engraved wheels, custom paint that looks like it's engraved, Ness chrome billet hand grips and shift and brake pegs.
Victory's Freedom 106/6 is at the heart of all its models now.
The 2011 Cory Ness Cross Country has incredible custom paint, Anvil Wheels, billet Ness controls, and a Cory Ness engine cover.
Zach's Vegas rolls on some billet G3 Contrast-Cut Wheels.
The Cross Country has some of the biggest bags on the market.
Victory's Cross Roads can be customized with 48 different color, saddlebag, highway bar and windshield options.
The 2011 Victory Cross Country can be ridden as aggressive as its styling.
The 2011 Hammer and Hammer S have a separate analog tach sitting next to its analog speedo.
Victory's touring motorcycles are built for the long haul.
Dropping the hammer on the 2011 Hammer 8-Ball.
The CORE Custom program for the Cross Roads allows riders to select between hard or soft bags, styles of highway bars and different height windshields as well as color combos.
The 2011 Victory Vision Tour handles with an ease that belies its size.
Victory's muscle cruiser, the 2011 Hammer, has even more street cred thanks to its new 106 cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin.
The Freedom 106/6 comes in a Stage I and Stage II version depending on cams and engine mapping.
The roads of Western Colorado were perfect for testing the merits of Victory's 2011 motorcycles.
The 2011 Zach Ness Vegas means there's three generations of Ness' building factory-custom motorcycles for Victory now.
The 2011 Vision 8-Ball looks sharp with its blacked-out bars, engine and wheels.
The 2011 Hammer 8-Ball is tall up front and fat out back.
Now that all Victory's are powered by its Freedom 106 engine, this is the only view that many of its competitors will get now.
The 2011 Victory Vegas Jackpot has a custom 21-inch front wheel on a bike that feels light and narrow.
Victory's Cross Roads has a healthy 5.8-gallon tank so rides into the middle of nowhere aren't intimidating.
The 2011 Zach Ness Vegas has a Ness handlebar crossbar, Ness custom mirrors and Holeshot Billet hand grips.
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