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2011 Harley Road Glide Ultra vs Victory Vision Tour Photo Gallery

We pit the 2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra and the 2011 Victory Vision Tour against one another in this American V-Twin powered touring motorcycles comparison.

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New additions to the 2011 Victory Vision Tour include tubular handlebars, a new floorboard shifter and re-designed exhaust tips.
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2011 Harley Road Glide Ultra
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2011 Road Glide Ultra has a cockpit-style instrument layout with an analog speedo and tach front-and-center.
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The Twin Cam 103 used in the 2011 Road Glide Ultra is a welcome addition.
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2011 Victory Vision Tour's V-Twin engine puts out plenty of usable power low in the rev range, registering almost 80 lb-ft at 1900 rpm.
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A big speedo and tach, gear selector and blue backlights make for a very rider-friendly instrument display on the 2011 Victory Vision Tour.
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Motorcycle USA's Road Editor, Adam Waheed, happily demonstrates the lean angles of the 2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra.
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The transmission of the 2011 Victory Vision Tour now features helical gears and is smoother and quieter than previous renditions.
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The Victory Vision Tour has a linked braking system and ABS but could use a little more bite to its front calipers.
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The King Tour Pak adds another 2.26 cubic-feet of storage to the 2011 Road Glide Ultra.
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2011 Victory Vision Tour's topcase holds plenty of gear when it's time to go road-trippin'.
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The GTX saddlebags on the 2011 Road Glide Ultra were easier to load.
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The saddlebags on the 2011 Victory Vision complement the bike's styling but are more difficult to load than the Road Glide Ultra's.
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The 2011 Victory Vision Tour has an ultra-comfy saddle and an electrically adjustable windscreen so riders don't feel worn out when they reach their destination.
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Since Harley updated its touring motorcycles chassis in 2009, its big bikes handle loads better at speed.
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The 2011 Road Glide Ultra has the handling of a bagger with the amenities of a full-on touring motorcycle.
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Load her up and hit the road. The Harley Road Glide Ultra offers plenty of storage.
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2011 Victory Vision at speed is a fun motorcycle to ride.
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Touring, Victory Vision style.
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A Shark-Nose fairing leads the way on the 2011 Road Glide Ultra.
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Victory Vision controls are readily at hand but the housing looks a little cheap in comparison to the rest of the motorcycle's fit-and-finish.
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The control housings of the Harley Road Glide Ultra blend in with the bike's styling a little better than the Vision's.
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2011 Victory Vision Tour
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2011 Victory Vision Tour vs 2011 Harley Road Glide Ultra
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The 2011 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra has a high level of fit-and-finish.