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.
A straight-up custom cruiser with the reliability and quality of a factory-production bike, the VegasJackpot makes absolutely no compromises. The first thing you’ll notice is the deep, rich paint and ultra-fat 250 mm rear tire. look a little closer, and you’ll see the color-matched frame, custom-inspired headlight and super-low 25.7"* seat height. Of course, the Vegas Jackpot’s beauty is not only skindeep. Underneath you’ll find Victory’s own fuel-injected, counterbalanced Freedom 100/6 V-Twin. You want torque? You’ve got it - from way down low all the way to redline. So the choice is yours. Stand out in the crowd or just leave it in the dust.
It’s hard to say no to the Victory Kingpin. After all, how many bikes combine this much classic American style with this much muscle? Victory’s own 100 cubic-inch, fuel-injected Freedom V-Twin with six-speed overdrive delivers massive amounts of torque and power throughout the entire power band, while the inverted front fork, rising-rate linkage rear suspension, rubber-mounted handlebars and vibration-isolating full floorboards assure a stable, comfortable ride.