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2012 Victory Cross Country First Ride Photo Gallery

We take Victory's bold bagger for a 1600-mile spin through three states to test its handling, power, brakes and comfort in real-world situations for our 2012 Victory Cross Country review.

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Taking a break on the 2012 Victory Cross Country at the Green Mesquite, a BBQ joint in Austin, Texas.
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Victory sources the 1731cc Freedom 106 engine across the board in its 2012 motorcycles.
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With its sharp styling and beefy engine, the 2012 Cross Country blends in naturally with a hot rod shop.
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We tested to see if the Cross Country made a good bar hopper on Austin's East Sixth Street. It passed!
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The Cross Country has been a vital element in Victory’s growth and was the company’s best-seller in 2010.
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Victory makes its statement on Main Street Sturgis. We're seeing more and more Victorys at motorcycle rallies these days, especially the best-selling Cross Country.
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A healthy 5.8-gallon tank was good for an average of 39.95 mpg, easily giving it a range of over 200 miles.
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The 2012 Victory Cross Country handles as good as if not better than any other factory bagger.
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The 2012 Victory Cross Country is available in Solid Black, Imperial Blue or a Sunset Red & Silver/Graphics package.
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Big saddlebags, standard cruise control, ABS and comfortable ergos make the Cross Country a competent long-range tourer.
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Custom builder Cory Ness has used the Cross Country as his customizing palette for the last two years.