Victory Motorcycles

Victory Motorcycles, established in 1997 by Polaris Industries, was an American motorcycle manufacturer based in Spirit Lake, Iowa. Launched to compete with Harley-Davidson, Victory Motorcycles quickly made a mark with its powerful V-twin engines and stylish cruisers, baggers, and touring bikes. The brand's first model, the V92C, debuted in 1998, showcasing their commitment to quality and American craftsmanship. Despite its initial success, Victory struggled to maintain a profitable market share, leading Polaris to cease production in 2017. Polaris continues to support Victory owners with parts and service through 2027, keeping the brand's legacy alive among its loyal fan base‚Äč.

2013 Victory Cross Country Tour

Driven 47,911 miles
Exterior color: Red

The Ultimate Luxury Touring Bike for Riders Who Churn Out the Miles

Touring motorcycle riders are rolling up the miles on the innovative Cross Country Tour from Victory Motorcycles. It has the most storage space of any motorcycle in the world, unmatched comfort, superb performance, and distinctive style. Pack everything you need, take to the road, and relax for weeks.


2012 Victory Cross Roads

Driven 15,498 miles
Exterior color: Black

The 2012 Victory Cross Roads is a touring motorcycle with traditional styling and modern technology. It has a 106 cubic inch Freedom V-Twin engine that produces 109 ft-lb of torque and a 6-speed overdrive transmission.

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