We rumble around the Lone Star State on Victory's top-shelf luxury-touring motorcycle, from the hill country of Austin to the beaches of Galveston, for this 2016 Victory Cross Country Tour First Ride Review.
Victory gives its best-selling bagger the custom treatment, adding a 21-inch front wheel, new LED headlight, lowering the rear an inch to go with top-shelf paint in the 2015 Victory Magnum.
We take Victory's latest cruiser offering, the low-slung 2015 Gunner, for a spin around Daytona Beach during Bike Week for our first riding impressions.
We pack its saddlebags and hop on board the 2014 Cross Country Tour for a multi-state ride to Sturgis to test the merits of Victory's touring motorcycle.
Victory's Hard-Ball is a bagger with an attitude, but is it as bad-ass as it looks? MotoUSA spent four days in the saddle to find out.
We embark on an almost week-long journey, from the Texas Hill Country to Galveston Island, aboard the 2013 Victory Cross Roads Classic for this cruiser motorcycle first ride review.
Featured Victory Cruiser Comparisons
It's a battle between American-made, V-Twin-powered cruiser motorcycles as the 2015 Victory Gunner squares off against the 2014 Harley Softail Slim.
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Victory Motorcycles is an American motorcycle manufacturer and a subsidiary of Polaris Industries. Victory is best known for its large displacement V-Twin cruiser and custom motorcycles including the Vegas and Hammer models, as well as the boldly-styled Vision tourer. Custom motorcycle designer Arlen Ness is involved with Victory and lends his brand name on the Ness Signature Series. Motorcycle USA tests Victory motorcycles in print and video reviews.