Bike builders Arlen and Cory Ness both had the opportunity to leave their unique touch on the 2008 Victory Jackpot models which are now introduced under two fancy and slightly different names. The Arlen Ness Signature Series Vegas Jackpot and, you guessed it, Cory Ness Signature Series Vegas Jackpot are both stand-out custom models that feature the same mechanics as the simple Jackpot.
By introducing the 2008 Hammer and Hammer S Victory clearly intends to define the American muscle cruiser class and impose these two models as leaders. There is simply nothing to compare with the stout, muscular frame, beefy 250mm rear-tire and aggressive lines so the success is practically guaranteed.
Victory considered that the American cruiser doesn’t implement the much admired custom style so it created what everyone considers being the most attractive bike to ride when the night is young and the dices start rolling. Characterized best through its appealing style, but immediately recognized when the throttle is widely opened, the Victory Vegas sees its own way in this very competitive class.
It is always nice to catch up and understand how a maker ended up producing motorcycles and this is exactly what this documentary is all about. Old timers love them because they bring back a nostalgic period when things couldn’t get simpler than two wheels, a handlebar, motor, and the wide open road ahead. Yes, the Indian is well set in everyone’s hearts and it is here to stay.
Who said that the ’bad boy’ look faiths away these days? Take a look at the attitude that HD tries to implement with the video that I’m presenting to you and radically change your opinion if it is any other way.
Illustrating the Dark Custom line of bikes that got the motorcycling public waiting for weeks, the video shows that these bikes are addressed to rebel riders who contributed so much at the Harley image over the years.
The rocker together with the E Street Band will come to Milwaukee to through an additional concert outside the Summerfest Grounds at the Roadhouse at the Lakefront.
When it comes to early days Moto Guzzi bikes I always seem to have a soft spot and the video that I am now presenting to you comes as a consequence of that. The Moto Guzzi V7 Special California needs no presentation and the splendid exemplar that is the main character in the video looks like it just got off the production line.