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Should I Buy A Victory Motorcycle

When it comes to looks, the HighBall was the odd one out, because, unlike other OTT-styled Victory motorcycles, this one looked retro, with a mildly modern twist. Whitewall tires with laced rims harked back to the mid-20th century motorcycles, and the abrupt fender and blacked-out headlight gave it that modern feel as well.

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The seating told everyone that this was a cruiser, period. A deep-scoop seat, ape hangers, and a triangular position when it came to the controls made it a thrumming cruiser, ideal for gentle-speed rides than balling down the highway. But go any slower, and the top-heavy motorcycle could take an inexperienced rider unaware because it was an elephant to steer. All this also meant that shorter riders better avoid the HighBall, as the name suggests.

For a motorcycle, this aesthetically appealing, most women would eschew it because this is not the motorcycle for anyone who does not fall in the tall category. The seat height is at 25-inches, something most Softail frames use and manages to make the frame look rigid despite the obvious lack of a triangular swingarm. The steering head is at 32-degrees for a raked look, and the motorcycle is stable on straight roads, and just a tad dicey on corners, especially for someone not very used to motorcycles.

The whitewall Dunlop D421 tires with chromed rims are very old-school mafioso, and add superb looks, especially when you see the motorcycle in motion, and honestly, it's just poetry. To add to the retro look, there are the shortened fender and blacked-out fork sliders. For comfort, there is an adjustable mono-shock hidden underneath the seat.

For $13,499, with delivery charges extra, the Victory HighBall was a lot of bike at the price. For 2016, the motorcycle was only offered in a Suede Black with white graphics on the tank, but for 2017, they added another orange color for choice.

Arun Singh Pundir has been a longtime media crackerjack and worked most of his life in sales and marketing. In 2018, he officially flipped and switched sides to the editorial. He lives with his wife, two rascally sons and is a car and motorcycle nut in his free time. Not that he has too much free time. He currently writes news, features, and listicles for HotCars on anything that has any number or kind of wheels. He is also penning pop culture, lifestyle and all things rich for TheRichest. For now, he considers his Isuzu D-Max V-Cross, Suzuki Ciaz, and Royal Enfield Classic 500, the three current flames of his life. His dream is to drive around the world; even if it takes more than eighty days.

In recent years, Polaris channeled the knowledge, organization, and facilities it cultivated by launching the Victory brand and re-directed its motorcycle energy and currency towards buying and relaunching the Indian Motorcycle brand.

Still, because of the iconic history of Indian, Polaris felt that devoting its resources to reviving the oldest American motorcycle brand would be a safer bet in competing for the Harley-heads admiration.

I would buy a Victory even though they are no longer in production. Polaris has one of the strongest engineering teams in the industry, and they put extensive research into these bikes. You can get a used Victory Motorcycle for cheap, and they hold their resale value due to their limited supply. There are still plenty of mechanics that work on Victory motorcycles.

Polaris continues to manufacture components that support Victory motorcycles. Polaris announced that they were ceasing the production of Victory motorcycles and that they would still manufacture spare parts until 2027.

Victory and Harley motorcycles are each better in different categories. Victory scores higher than Harley in comfort, reliability reports, and owner satisfaction, but Harley is recognized as more iconic, having better style, and a more classic exhaust sound.

As you may know, we are fond of motorcycles. Some bikes that we have owned and ridden include extremely rare and expensive models. But today we want to speak about two of the most popular companies among real bikers who love that roaring sound of the motorcycle engine. These are Harley Davidson and Victory Motorcycles.

So, Harley and Victory are two companies that are known for making wonderful bikes. Their motorcycles are pretty much alike in terms of design and they are not at all bad. But we want to find out which bikes are the best. Unfortunately, if you want a new bike, you should only go for Harleys because Victory seized production in 2017 and hasn't yet announced their comeback to the market.

Harley Davidson is one of the most popular companies that has been producing motorbikes since 1903. This is the most well-known motorcycle manufacturing company in the world with rich history, wonderful technologies, and individual design of each model. They don't produce crotch rockets, they just make touring motorbikes and Sportsters for pure fans of Harley Davidson philosophy.

Victory Motorcycles is the company that was created in 1997 to compete directly with HD and other brands that produced American-style bikes. But in 2017 the company seized production due to problems with financing from Polaris Inc, the main contributor. Victory motorcycles tried hard to provide the best technologies for their potential buyers.

As you see, Harley Davidson motorcycles may seem better in terms of stability. They have been manufactured for over 100 years and they use technologies that can't be used in other bikes. And at this point, you could just think that HD bikes are better than Victory and close this page. But don't hurry up to make a final decision. Victory Motorcycles company has something to offer. Just pay attention to details.

Now, we'll be talking about used bikes because you aren't likely to find a new Victory motorcycle. You will still be able to find a 5-year-old bike that has low mileage and a fair price. So, we'll only discuss used options.

It's hard to explain the reasons for this, but Victory motorcycles usually have lower mileage on the clock than the same-age Harleys. Probably, Harley Davidson motorcycles were bought by people who know what they want. And these people have squeezed every drop of life from their bikes before selling them. While Victory bikes were bought by people who just love biking and maybe ride their motorcycles 1000 miles a year or even less.

You shouldn't think that the Harleys are the best motorcycles in the world because they don't make all kinds of bikes. But if we compare their models with Victory, the choice may seem obvious. But there is one important thing - the price.

So, we presume that a Harley was about $1000-$2000 more expensive than a Victory motorcycle of the same type. But Victory bikes have been losing their value faster. So today, the price difference will be more significant. Also, the Victory bikes may come in better condition, but it's an individual factor and you have to check it before buying.

The price of maintenance and service should be higher for Victory because getting OEM parts is not that easy. The manufacturer seized production and nearly stopped producing parts for older bikes. So it's another factor why you shouldn't choose Victory bikes.

According to bikers' reports, Victory motorcycles seem to be even a little more reliable than Harley Davidson bikes. It's an arguable point, though. Both brands offered wonderful bikes with great longevity. You will ride your bike for at least 70 000 to 100 000 miles with no major problems.

If the price is important for you, we don't see anything bad in buying a Victory motorcycle. Please test drive the bike you are going to purchase. All Harley and Victory bikes are special and they are obviously not for everyone.

Now you know everything you need to know about Victory and Harley motorcycles. It's not obvious which one you should choose. We know for sure that Victory is a decent choice but still, Harley motorcycles are very good and they form severe competition. Harley is the history of American-style motorbikes, so we would still prefer them if the price difference wasn't too big.

But of course, it all depends on what you can find for sale. If you find a Victory motorcycle in wonderful condition and with minimal mileage on the clock, you should just buy it. This bike is going to present joyful moments to you for years ahead.

In 2011 Polaris Industries (the parent company of Victory motorcycle) purchased the rights to Indian Motorcycle and so it was, the beginning of the end for Victory. The dealers who sold Victory Motorcycles were the hardest hit by the news. In fact, the news came in the worst way possible, and with no prior warning, the Polaris team decided to announce the news to its dealers via a faxed press release. On January 9th, 2017 Polaris began winding down the production of Victory Motorcycles.

Compared to the UK, the US second-hand market has a significantly wider selection of motorcycles for sale. Because of this, the costs are lower; an original model can be purchased for less than $5,000.

Everyone is talking about HD and Victory when they should be talking about the Yamaha Stratoliner the finest bike on the planet. Easily maintained, great handling, a very large bike compared to HD and Victory and it will beats the pants off both of them.

My wife and I have ridden a GL 1800 Goldwing for the past 9 years. We loved the bike and did a lot of touring (80,000 km). I thought it was time for a new bike so I bought a 2011 Roadglide ultra. The Goldwing is a very efficient motorcycle. Maybe the best bike built.But I will say there is an intangible about riding the Harley. There are many things about this bike that I absolutly love. The Wing was great but had no personality. The Roadglide has all the creature comforts of the Wing plus. I have been a Honda fan for years. But Harley has finally made a motorcycle that works for us.

Reading some of these comments reminds me of one of lifes truisms the young man never thinks of the old man as being wise until he has become the old man. I ride because of the feeling I get when I ride not because of what others might think. I have owned Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki and Harley. Each was a good motorcycle and I enjoyed them all but the Harley let me lose myself and find the joy of the ride like no other. I will take a good look at the 1600 GT when BMW releases it but it too will be for a different ride than the Harley. 041b061a72


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