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2007 Victory Vision Photo Gallery

Victory Motorcycles is treading bold new ground in the luxury-touring market with this dramatically styled V-Twin cruiser. Check out the full story in 2008 Victory Vision First Look.

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The 2008 Victory Vision Tour package has a 65.7-inch wheelbase and a 26.5-inch seat height.
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The Victory Visions are the culmination of more than six years of research and development.
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The rounded fairings and adjustable side wind deflectors give the bike good aerodynamics and will manage the airflow around rider and passenger.
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The 2008 Victory Vision Tour aims to be a serious contender in the luxury-touring class.
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Victory reps claim the Vision will be considered a landmark in the evolution of the motorcycle. We commend Victory for its attempt to take motorcycling to the next level.
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Victory Vision Tour's steering geometry has 5.4 inches of trail.
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The 2008 Victory Vision Tour
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The sculpting along the engine's forward cylinder is reminiscent of the distinctive scalloped fuel tank created by Victory desinger Michael Song.
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The 2008 Victory Vision Sport
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Victory Motorcycles hopes to wedge a slice out of the fast-growing cruser market pie with its 2008 Victory Vision Sport.
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Victory's engineers have tucked the twin exhaust mufflers in the scooped slots of the locking, hard-shell saddlebags.
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According to Duke, the front suspension appears to be the same conventional 43mm fork from the Vegas line.
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On occasions when the Lone Wolf rider seeks company, the Vision Sport has a pillion seat and grab handles.
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Duke foresees the Victory Vision being decked out with the latest in tech gadgetry including satellite radio, GPS navigation, MP3 support and more.
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The Victory Vision's cockpit has white-faced dials for the speedo and tach as well as a small LCD info screen located between the gauges.
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Read your owner's manual - the Vision models will be decked out with state-of-the-art electronics.
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Both of Victory's Vision models have roomy floorboards and low-maintenance belt drives.
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The Victory Vision will utilize a 29-degree rake angle to give it deft handling for a bike of its magnitude.
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The Vision's front brakes consist of a trio of 300mm rotors using three-piston calipers.
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Load up - the Vision Tour trunk and hard-shell saddlebags make it the Winnegabo of bikes.
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The sloping of the tail end along with adjustable side wind deflectors should help the Vision Sport in the battle against wind drag.
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The Vision's rear shock is said to have a measure of adjustability.
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The Vision's 26.5-inch seat height is one of the lowest for the luxo-touring class.
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Victory Vision Street, the cruiser of the future?
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Victory designers mounted the 50-degree Freedom V-Twin inside the Vision's frame with jeweler-like precision.
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Ask the design team of the Victory Vision and they will tell you the Street "defines 21st-century cool."
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Look for Victory's new stable of Vision steeds on a roadway near you in the latter months of 2007.
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'Like nothing else I've ever seen," said Duke about the curves of the taillight area.
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Victory promises "handling and performance never found on an American V-twin tourer." MCUSA would like to ride one to test that claim.
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Minnesota-based Victory describes its new Vision line as "the most progressive American luxury-touring bikes ever built."
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For riders who hate filling up every other day, a 6.0-gallon fuel tank guarantees at least 200-miles of riding pleasure.
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Victory hasn't released the details of the Vision's engine specs, but Duke bets that it will be bigger than the 1634cc model it's used in the past.
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The 2008 Victory Vision Tour is ideal for riders who plan on long trips on the open road with their favorite traveling companion in tow.
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The Vision Tour's topcase and 6,750 cubic inches of storage leaves plenty of room for amenities on long roadtrips.
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The 2008 Victory Vision Tour beauty shot.
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Victory Motorcycles aims to raise the bar in the luxury-touring market with its uniquely-styled 2008 Victory Vision Tour model.
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Victory Vision Tour rides two-up comfortably.
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Victory remains mum on many of the Vision's specs, but Duke estimates the Tour will be a heavy hitter with a dry weight in the 800 lb range.
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Riders chomping at the bit to be the first on the block with a new Victory Vision Tour bike will have their chance in the fall of 2007.
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"Get your motor runnin', head out on the highway." Pictures like this conjure the lyrics to Steppenwolf's 'Born to be Wild' from the recesses of motorcycle editors' skulls.