unveiled what it hails as its ‘quickest motorcycle ever produced’ in New York today at the IMS. The 2010 Vegas Limited Edition (LE) is the first Vegas model to run with Victory’s Freedom 106/6 Speed V-Twin. Throw
Victory pumped up its Vegas with a Freedom 106/6 V-Twin, Stage 2 cams, and lengthened its stroke to make what Victory hails as its 'quickets motorcycle ever produced.'
in a 6 mm-longer stroke, Stage 2 cams and almost 100cc more power to play with and you’ve got a Vegas that should really romp. To add to its sporty demeanor, Victory jazzed up the Vegas LE with racing stripes down its fenders and tank and added a 106 race plate graphic.
Victory claims that the 2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition motorcycle is “the leanest and meanest Victory ever offered. Featuring the Freedom106/6 with Stage 2 cams, the Vegas LE pumps out 97 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque and features a Bonneville Salt Flats-inspired paint scheme.”
Production of the 2010 Vegas LE is limited to 100 motorcyles. Ordering opens on January 22 and runs until February 15, 2010. The Vegas LE’s will come numbered from the factory as each features a limited edition plate on the engine. Buyers get to choose from one of four color schemes when ordering - Fire Ball Red, Competition Yellow,Pearl White, or Turbo Silver. Interested parties can log on to www.victorymotorcycles.com/vegasLE/
for more details.
“We wanted to honor racers that have brought Victory Motorcycles to the Bonneville Salt Flats,” says Victory Product Manager Gary Gray. “Bonneville is one of the most harsh racing environments on the planet, and racers such as Gregor Moe, Laura Klock of Klock Works, Matt Waring of MBW and others have helped show the potential of our motorcycles to the world. So we started with our lightest bike and our largest most powerful engine and added a Limited Edition paint scheme to create a unique motorcycle, plus we priced it aggressively.”
Only 100 of the Victory Vegas LE are scheduled to be made.
The Victory Vegas LE features:
Limited Edition Salt Flats Inspired Paint Scheme
Victory’s baddest Freedom 106/6 with Stage 2 cams
Each of the 100 vehicles is numbered from the factory
Big 106 race plate graphic on the sides
Color-matched frame and swingarm
Blacked-out forks, engine, and other bits
Passenger seat and pegs included (not shown in press images)
MSRP - $15,999
Vegas history (model time line):
2003 Victory Vegas V92 5 Speed
2004 Arlen Ness Vegas V92 5 Speed
2005 Vegas 8-Ball V92 5 Speed
2006 Vegas V100 6 Speed, Vegas 8-Ball V100 5 Speed
2008 Vegas Low V100 6 Speed
2010 Vegas LE with 106/6 with Stage 2 Cams