The Victory Vision Tour is propelled by a 106 cubic inch Freedom V-twin. The counter-balanced, fuel-injected engine delivers 108 ft lb of torque, offering smooth and sporty ride. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a 6-speed overdrive transmission which features helical-cut gears that ensure that each shift is smooth and clean.
As far as comfort goes, the 2013 Victory Vision Tour is equipped with heated handgrips and heated seats. The driver has Hi and Lo settings on the hand controls to ward off the chill, and the seats provide the driver and passenger with individual Hi and Lo controls.
You also get a pair of generous side storage compartments and a spacious trunk. Both the side compartments and trunk are weather-sealed and lockable, while the latter also provides a padded passenger backrest and two audio speakers.
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The 2013 Victory Cross Country is powered by a 106 cubic-inch freedom v-twin, fuel injected unit which delivers a maximum torque of 106 lb.ft. The engine is combined with a 22 liter fuel tank and is mated on a six speed constant mesh transmission. Thanks to its helical-cut gears, the gearbox makes each shift smooth and easy, while neutral assist makes it easy to slip into neutral at stops.
The stopping power is assured by dual 300mm floating rotors grabbed by front 4-piston calipers and rear 2-piston calipers. Moreover, the motorcycle is also offered with the Victory Anti-Lock Brake System which offers sharp braking when traction is compromised.
The Cross Country is ready and rated for 2-up riding with any cargo needed for a crosstown run or overnight trip. It has the power, cargo space, comfortable seating and adjustable air shock rear suspension so one or two riders enjoy the best in cruising.
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The Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic received a few upgrades for 2012 which help it remain on the same level with its rivals. The motorcycle continues to deliver smooth performance from its Air-cooled, Twin Cam, 1690 cc engine. The engine is paired with a six speed cruise drive transmission which offers combined fuel consumption (city/highway) of 42 mpg.
The bike is not only strong, but is also comfortable to ride thanks to its low seat height, ample luggage space, wind protection and the passenger accommodations. Its Lexan windshield allows for quick conversion to custom cruising, while the 1940s-style leather saddlebags offer a pretty generous storage volume.
As far as styling goes you’ll especially like the full FL front fender and the chrome laced wheels and hub cover.
On the options list you’ll find Anti-lock Braking System, tubeless chrome aluminum profile laced wheels and an original equipment custom color paint program.
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Harley-Davidson celebrates a decade of pavement-pounding performance with the V-Rod 10th Anniversary Edition motorcycle, one of three models in a 2012 V-Rod line that also includes an updated Night Rod Special and the V-Rod Muscle.
The first V-Rod is around for over 10 years now, and since its inception, the bike was received with a lot of interest by the riders who were seeking for a reliable and classic laid back cruiser.
The 2012 bike inspires confidence and power thanks to its imposing air scoops, muscle bound mufflers and the 240 mm rear tire. Dark and sinister, the restyled Night Rod Special also features a new tapered tail section, lighter-weight wheels, and improved ergonomics with reduced reach to both the rider footpegs and handlebar.
Power comes from a 1250 cc liquid-cooled Revolution engine which has enough grunt to reward you with sporty performances and a mighty roar.
The ride quality is assured by new inverted front forks and retuned rear suspensions.
There are many capable touring bikes on today’s streets, but Harley Davidson’s motorcycles are without a doubt the most popular of them all.
The company has a long history behind, and its new models are as appreciated as its old ones used to be. Among them, you’ll also find the 2013 Touring Electra Glide Ultra Limited which represents the purest form of American style.
For 2013, the Electra Glide Ultra Limited comes in an extremely limited, serialized 110th Anniversary Special Edition, featuring exclusive commemorative anniversary styling elements and premium features which help it maintain its position among the best bikes in the segment.
On the long list of features you’ll find ABS brakes, heated hand grips, titanium face gauges, Tour-Pak inserts, a premium Tour-Pak luggage rack, 28-Spoke contrast chrome wheels and special Ultra Limited identifier medallions.
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The Triumph Thunderbird is Triumph’s first attempt to enter in the premium cruiser sector and we’ll have to admit that they did a very good job. The legendary British manufacturer found the perfect combination between the classic lines of a comfortable cruiser and modern engineering. As a result, since it was first introduced in 2009, the Triumph Thunderbird has managed to attract a lot of fans and awards.
Apart from its classy lines, what makes the Thunderbird a truly desirable bike is the 1600cc T-16 parallel-twin engine. The character-laden engine features a 270-degree crankshaft and delivers an impressive 108 lb-ft. of torque at just 2750rpm.
The engine is mounted on a tubular, twin-spine steel frame paired with chunky 47mm forks up front with five-way adjustable twin shocks at the rear, which can be adjusted to cater for everything from spirited solo riding to two-up touring.
The motorcycle is kept in leash by twin 310mm floating discs up front grabbed by powerful four-piston brakes. Unfortunately ABS is not offered as standard equipment, but you will find it on the options list.
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The 2013 Harley CVO Road Glide Custom has a lot to love. Its exclusivist style attracts instant attention and you’ll especially like the high-impact paint and graphics. Moreover, the 2013 CVO Road Glide Custom is offered in a serialized 110th Anniversary Special Edition, featuring exclusive commemorative anniversary styling elements and premium features that make it unique among its rivals.
The motorcycle is powered by a strong 110 cubic inch Cam engine with Screamin’ Eagle badges. The unit cranks out 165.408 Nm of torque at 3,750 rpm and delivers a combined fuel consumption of 5.737 l/100 km.
New on the Road Glide Custom CVO for 2013 are a hidden antenna, a bright LED headlight and fat-style, blacked out ergonomically-designed handlebars. You also get a pair of large Agitator wheels which further enhance the unique character of the motorcycle. Other interesting features include the stretched-bottom saddlebags, the shark-nose fairing and an advanced audio system.
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Harley Davidson launched the 110 th Anniversary Special CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide which is available in a limited number. The motorcycle features exclusive commemorative anniversary styling elements, premium features and finely forged finishes that help it stay among the most attractive motorcycles in its segment.
At the heart of the Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide lies Harley’s Twin Cam 110 Engine which delivers a peak torque of 136 Nm at 3,500 and offers an average fuel consumption of 4.2 l /100 km.
Power is sent to the rear wheel through a six speed cruise drive transmission which provides smooth, quiet shifting and reduces engine speed on the highway.
As far as technology goes, the Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide is fitted with modern features such as Road Tech zūmo 660 navigation system, ABS, luggage-Mounted 12V power supply, electronic cruise control, iPod port and a Harman Kardon audio system.
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The Victory Cross Roads Classic is powered by a capable 106 cubic-inch freedom V-twin engine which delivers a maximum torque of 106 ft-lb and is paired with a 6-speed transmission with overdrive. The modern transmission offers smooth and precise gear changes and copes great with the needs of a classic cruiser.
The bike features contrasting white stitching on the black leather seat and saddlebags which underline its classic vintage style. The tasty paint job and the low slung stature are combined with a pair of old school 18inch chrome 60-spoke laced wheels which offer a smooth cruising and are wrapped in front 130/70B18 Dunlop 491 Elite II and rear 180/60R16 Dunlop Elite 3 tires.
Needless to say that the Cross Roads Classic is also pretty practical as it offers 17.4 gallons of storage space. You also get ABS brakes and front & rear chrome fender bumpers.
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The Victory Hard Ball is equipped with a 106 cubic-inch Freedom V-twin engine which delivers enough power to reward you with a rush of adrenaline every time you jump on the saddle. The counter-balanced, fuel-injected, air- and oil-cooled engine delivers a maximum torque of 106 ft-lb and is mated on a 6-speed overdrive transmission. The transmission comes with helical-cut gears, which means that every shift is smooth and precise.
As far as styling goes, the Victory Hard Balll comes with a set of adjustable, blacked-out ape hanger handlebars which enhance its outlaw look. The custom look of the motorcycle is completed by the black 40-spoke laced wheels housed in the imposing sharp-cut fenders. The motorcycle received a black paint scheme which is complemented with red accents.
On the safety side of things the Victory Hard-Ball comes with ABS brakes which provide precise and reliable stopping power.
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