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2012 Victory High-Ball First Ride Photo Gallery

Victory goes retro with its latest cruiser motorcycle by bobbing the front fender, going short and stout on its whitewall tires, raising the bar with some ape hangers and giving the 2012 High-Ball the blacked-out treatment. Check it out in our 2012 Victory High-Ball First Ride.

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We got a chance to take the 2012 Victory High-Ball for a first ride at Daytona during Bike Week.
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The High-Ball turns in with neutral ease and handles impressively for a cruiser.
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The blacked-out treatment of the High-Ball's engine and cylinder head covers makes the machined fins stand out.
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Every where we went, people were checking out the new Victory High-Ball.
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White paint brings out the recess of the tank that is otherwise slathered in matte black.
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The 2012 High-Ball aims to tap into a new market for Victory Motorcycles.
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Getting our swerve on aboard the 2012 Victory High-Ball.
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Hmmm... I wonder if they'll let me in Daytona International Speedway for a quick hot lap.
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Victory's Freedom 106 engine puts out a claimed 97 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque.
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The 2012 Victory High-Ball’s throwback styling consists of factory ape hangers, a chopped front fender, smaller, chunkier spoked-down wheels with whitewalls and plenty of the blacked-out treatment.
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Victory ditched its standard badging for a painted-on logo for the High-Ball.
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Though the High-Ball's styling screams cruiser, don’t be fooled - the big V-Twin begs to be wrung out and ridden hard.