Victory Motorcycles pulled no punches when calling out the Harley Fat Bob as its latest cruiser also has drag bars, a 16-inch tall, 130mm-wide front hoop and a V-Twin with similar displacement. See how it stacks up in our 2013 Victory Judge vs 2012 Harley Fat Bob Comparison.
- 2013 Victory Judge vs 2012 Harley Fat Bob dyno chart.
- Hustling through corners on the Victory Judge is a breeze as turn in and handling is lighter thanks to the small profile of its 140mm rear Dunlop.
- The seat on the Victory Judge was more comfortable on long hauls because its mid-mount controls place pressure points differently on a rider's backside.
- A thick chunk of rubber on a mag wheel is always a thing of beauty. A single disc also helps to appreciate the Judge's front wheel with an unobstructed view.
- Though the Judge transitions and turns in easier than its Harley counterpart, it also scrapes pegs earlier in the lean.
- The 2013 Victory Judge tested out at 93.68 lb-ft of torque on our dyno.
- The Victory Judge has the chops to match its sporting disposition.
- The 2013 Victory Judge has drag bars and mid-mount controls that place riders in a comnpact, at-the-ready riding position.
- Introducing the 2013 Victory Judge.
- The Victory Judge won the horsepower battle, handles with less effort and has much bitier brakes than the Harley Fat Bob.
- The mirrors on the Judge are a bit smaller than the Fat Bob's set and the view from between the bars is sparse.
- The Freedom 106 V-Twin of the Judge with its 1731cc of power will chirp the tires in the first couple of gears.
- The 4.5 gallon tank of the Victory Judge has a chiseled look.