Yes, it is hard to believe, but 10 years have passed since Polaris Industries introduced Victory Motorcycles. This proves that the levels of performance, finesse and attention to details of these bikes have position it next to the advanced in the business and there is no wonder as Polaris pumped up billions for this brand’s success.
Its operation in UK has already announced their celebration at the forthcoming Americana International show at the Nottinghamshire County Showground in Newmark from 11th-13th July. There couldn’t be a better occasion as the Americana International is a show dedicated to classic cars, trucks and bikes produced in the States. Europe’s American lifestyle gathers more than 70,000 visitors each year and, by the way, this is the 25th so tradition is the key.
Steve Goult, Polaris marketing manager in Britain commented:
“This is a great way for us to celebrate the first decade of Victory Motorcycles. It’s difficult to believe that the brand was launched such a relatively short time ago and what a long road it has travelled in that time.
“Victory machines,” he continued, “have already been recognised in the JD Power Survey in the US as offering perhaps greater overall customer satisfaction than any other brand – including those from America, Japan or anywhere else. It’s a major success story and all of us in the UK are very proud to be a part of it.”
First introduced in 1998, Victory Motorcycles had a clear aiming point: lose the “second American bike builder” collocation! We believe that by this time, it managed to do so.