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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.

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