Victory Motorcycles gives its popular Vegas model a retro look with two-way adjustable high-rise bars, a chopped front fender, spoke wheels with whitewalls and a blacked-out treatment.
- The Victory High-Ball looks right at home against the industrial backdrop of the SoCal harbor region.
- Victory Motorcycles has taken a cue from garage builders in the retro-styling of the 2012 High-Ball.
- Victory tightened the rake and wrapped the front in a smaller, wider tire in comparison to its standard Vegas model.
- The Freedom 106/6 comes with Stage 2 tuning good for a claimed 97 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque.
- High bars, high mirrors, even the speedo sits high on the 2012 Victory High-Ball.
- Short, chunky, spoked-down and white-walled, the Dunlop Cruisermax tire on the 2012 Victory High-Ball looks sharp.
- The 2012 High-Ball has a 25-inch solo seat, riders arms hang almost shoulder high and mirrors are eye-level.
- Victory made the recess of the High-Ball's tank more prominent by painting it white.
- It may have started out as a Vegas, but the High-Ball has an old school look that sets it apart.
- Here's a peek at the handlebars of the 2012 High-Ball in the low position.
- The High-Ball has a 16-inch rear wheel with stainless steel spokes and a 150mm wide tire.
- Introducing the 2012 Victory High-Ball.