The new line of Victory Motorcycles


Following the launch of new India models last week, Victory Motorcycles have decided to fill the gap and introduced their range of 2017. The line is filled with plenty of standard features and is made in a “cool” style.

The line starts with a new Octane, which will be available in black gloss ($9,999), matt gray supersteel ($10,499), matt pearl white ($10,499), as well as the gloss black graphics ($10,499).

The bike goes back to the basics of classic American musclecars, the recipe of which is a powerful engine and lightweight body. ABS on Octane is not offered, but there is a new Stage 2 Kit, which provides 10 percent more power and 5 percent more torque.

New Victory Gunner powered by the Freedom V-Twin, which delivers 150 Nm of torque. The bike is available in colors Suede Titanium Metallic ($13,499) or Suede Sagebrush Green Metallic ($13,899).

A bit simplified speed demon Victory High-Ball strikes us by two new colors – Suede Black with black tire sidewalls ($13,499) or Suede Nuclear Sunset Orange nicely matched with white sidewalls of tires ($13,749).
The most aggressive cruiser Hammer S is only available in glossy black color with white racing stripes ($15,599), as well as dual front disc brakes, inverted fork stout, extra-wide rear tire, and a neat rear fairing with concealed passenger area.

Victory Vegas will be available with a colored frame contrasting with allocated 21-inch front rim, pulled back handles, slash-cut muffler, rear LED recessed lights, and tinted distinctive signs. The model is only available in the color Sunset Red ($13,999).


For all lovers of black – Vegas 8-Ball, as well as the previous model, but everything in it, except for the wheels, forks, and bolts is made in either glance black or matt black. This dark model is available for $12,999.

Begger Magnum is equipped with ABS, 21-inch front rim, LED headlights, an audio system with 6 speakers with support for Bluetooth. The bike is available in three amazing colors – Gloss Black with graphics ($22,599), Habanero Inferno Orange with graphics ($23,099), and Indy Red Pearl with graphics ($23,099). In addition, for $24,499 one can afford a limited edition Magnum X-1, which can please you with a number of additional options.

More standard package can now be found in the Victory Cross Country, it will include ABS, cruise control and Bluetooth audio system. 2017 Cross Country is available in Gloss Black ($19,499), Suede White Frost ($19,999), Suede Nuclear Sunset Orange ($19,999), and Sunset Red ($19,999).

If you look more like a Swiss adventurer Urs “Grizzly” Pedright, and you need a bike to ride around the world, then it’s 2017 Victory Cross Country Tour, it is equipped with a vessel to hold 41.1 gallon, audio system of 200W, ABS, LED lighting, air-adjustable rear suspension, as well as the control system Comfort Victory, with channels to drain the upper and lower wind to increase comfort. It is available in black gloss ($21,999), Gloss Blue Fire ($22,499) or two-color of Black and Turbo Silver ($22,999).

Vision Tour in futuristic style comes with reinforced windscreen, ABS, cruise control, as well as the heated seats and grips. It is available only in two colors, namely black gloss ($21,099) and Gloss Blue Fire ($22,099).

And, finally, electric Empulse 2016 has a 10.4 kWh battery that is recharged in 3.9 hours, paired with an electric motor and a six-speed automatic transmission. It is available in titanium silver with Havasu Red for $19,999.


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