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2007 Victory Vision Photo Gallery
The luxury-touring class has a new challenger for the title of coolest bike on the block.
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
The 2008 Victory Vision Tour package has a 65.7-inch wheelbase and a 26.5-inch seat height.
The Victory Visions are the culmination of more than six years of research and development.
The rounded fairings and adjustable side wind deflectors give the bike good aerodynamics and will manage the airflow around rider and passenger.
The 2008 Victory Vision Tour aims to be a serious contender in the luxury-touring class.
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.
Victory Vision Tour's steering geometry has 5.4 inches of trail.
The 2008 Victory Vision Tour
The sculpting along the engine's forward cylinder is reminiscent of the distinctive scalloped fuel tank created by Victory desinger Michael Song.
The 2008 Victory Vision Sport
Victory Motorcycles hopes to wedge a slice out of the fast-growing cruser market pie with its 2008 Victory Vision Sport.
Victory's engineers have tucked the twin exhaust mufflers in the scooped slots of the locking, hard-shell saddlebags.
According to Duke, the front suspension appears to be the same conventional 43mm fork from the Vegas line.
On occasions when the Lone Wolf rider seeks company, the Vision Sport has a pillion seat and grab handles.
Duke foresees the Victory Vision being decked out with the latest in tech gadgetry including satellite radio, GPS navigation, MP3 support and more.
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.
Read your owner's manual - the Vision models will be decked out with state-of-the-art electronics.
Both of Victory's Vision models have roomy floorboards and low-maintenance belt drives.
The Victory Vision will utilize a 29-degree rake angle to give it deft handling for a bike of its magnitude.
The Vision's front brakes consist of a trio of 300mm rotors using three-piston calipers.
Load up - the Vision Tour trunk and hard-shell saddlebags make it the Winnegabo of bikes.
The sloping of the tail end along with adjustable side wind deflectors should help the Vision Sport in the battle against wind drag.
The Vision's rear shock is said to have a measure of adjustability.
The Vision's 26.5-inch seat height is one of the lowest for the luxo-touring class.
Victory Vision Street, the cruiser of the future?
Victory designers mounted the 50-degree Freedom V-Twin inside the Vision's frame with jeweler-like precision.
Ask the design team of the Victory Vision and they will tell you the Street "defines 21st-century cool."
Look for Victory's new stable of Vision steeds on a roadway near you in the latter months of 2007.
'Like nothing else I've ever seen," said Duke about the curves of the taillight area.
Victory promises "handling and performance never found on an American V-twin tourer." MCUSA would like to ride one to test that claim.
Minnesota-based Victory describes its new Vision line as "the most progressive American luxury-touring bikes ever built."
For riders who hate filling up every other day, a 6.0-gallon fuel tank guarantees at least 200-miles of riding pleasure.
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.
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.
The Vision Tour's topcase and 6,750 cubic inches of storage leaves plenty of room for amenities on long roadtrips.
The 2008 Victory Vision Tour beauty shot.
Victory Motorcycles aims to raise the bar in the luxury-touring market with its uniquely-styled 2008 Victory Vision Tour model.
Victory Vision Tour rides two-up comfortably.
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.
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.
"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.
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