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2013 Victory Cross Country Tour First Ride Photo Gallery

The 2013 Cross Country Tour has class-leading storage, a well-sorted chassis, torque-filled engine and rider amenities like heated grips and seats. Find out what we think about Victory's touring motorcycle in our 2013 Victory Cross Country First Ride article.

The 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour has a wide front fairing and a proprietary Comfort Control System that does an excellent job of sheltering riders from the elements.
We raced an ominous thunderstorm across the South Dakota plains while testing the 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour.
At the heart of Victory's Cross Country Tour lies a two-piece, sand-cast hollow aluminum frame housing a potent Freedom 106 engine mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The instrumentation in the cockpit of the '13 Cross Country Tour is conveniently arranged and easy to read at speed.
Fortunate for us, the 2013 Cross Country Tour has a tall windscreen and wide, protective bodywork when you become a rider on the storm.
We saw bats, buffalo and bighorns on our trip to the Badlands, but fortunately the only bear we encountered was of the friendly kind.
The Freedom 106 engine powers all Victory motorcycles and pushed out 94 lb-ft of torque @ 3700 rpm when we dynoed it earlier this year.
The 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour has an MSRP of $21,999 and is available in three colors - Gloss Black, Boardwalk Blue and Bronze Mist.
We took advantage of our recent trip to the 2012 Sturgis Rally to make a run for the Badlands about 100 miles away.
The headlights of the 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour put out a wide, deep pattern and is very visible from behind too according to our video guy.
Edgy, distinctive lines highlight the front end of the 2013 Cross Country Tour.
Victory builds in tip-over protection in the form of tubular highway bars on the front and frame-mounted bars near the base of the saddlebags on the rear.
If you ever make the trip out to Sturgis, a visit to the topography rich Badlands comes highly recommended.
The chassis on the 2013 Cross Country Tour is dialed-in for stableness when leaned into a turn and fairly light handling at the bars.
Bighorn sheep defy gravity as they precariously perch on mountaintops in the Badlands.
We fended off a South Dakota thunderstorm thanks to the power of the 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour.
Victory's Cross Country Tour is stable and tracks true through corners.
The sweet smell of prairie grass after a rain filled the air during our test of the 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour.
Two saddlebags, a big topcase and two front storage compartments in the lower fairings give the Victory Cross Country tour 41.1 gallons of storage, the most of any production motorcycle worldwide according to Victory.
After spending the day dodging thunderstorms onboard the 2013 Victory Cross Country Tour, we were blessed by a rainbow over the Badlands.
We got to have a little fun in Sturgis aboard the 2013 Cross Country Tour riding wingman for Victory spokesman R. Lee 'The Gunny' Ermey.