Victory launched the limited edition Zach Ness Cross Country, developed in collaboration with the famous motorcycle builder Zach Ness.
The bike features a classy appearance and each model comes with a unique numbered metal badge on the case that includes graphics of the Zach Ness logo and signature.
The Victory Zach Ness Cross Country is propelled by a smooth 106 cubic inch Freedom V Twin which puts out 106 lb.ft f torque and is paired with a six speed transmission.
The unique appearance of the bike is enhanced by the Zach Ness Custom suede paint, and the Ness custom handlebars. You’ll also like the blacked-out features such as the engine, exhaust and saddlebag trim.
The motorcycle is equipped with a set of premium KICKER speakers mounted in the fairing which pump out wickedly good audio. Plus, the audio system volume control increases the volume as bike speed increases, and vice versa.
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The Victory Cross Country Tour is a modern cruiser which puts comfort and ergonomy on the first place. The motorcycle offers the biggest storage place in its segment, as its trunk, saddlebags and two front storage compartments offer a total of 41.1 gallons of storage space.
To make your ride comfortable during cold weather, the Victory Cross Country Tour is offered with heated handgrips and heated seats. You also get Hi & Lo settings on the hand controls to ward off the chill, and the seats provide the driver and passenger with individual Hi/Lo controls. Other comfort features include the 26.25" seat height, adjustable passenger floorboards and a 12V SOCKET.
Power comes from a 106 cubic-inch freedom v-twin which delivers a maximum torque of 106 lb.ft. and is paired with a 6-Speed Overdrive Constant Mesh transmission. The transmission offers smooth shifts thanks to its helical cut gears.
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The Victory Cross Country motorcycle touring edition has proved itself to be one of the best examples of its bagger breed. Thereby, the famous custom motorcycle builder Cory Ness gave it a touch of class, and the result is great.
The Ness accessories include the chrome door handles, shift pegs and brake chrome, mirrors, custom billet passenger footrest, engine covers and radio display Ness. Moreover each of Cory’s Custom Cross Country motorcycles bears a number and an etched facsimile of Cory’s John Hancock.
The Cory Ness Cross Country is smoothly rumble down the road. The Cory Ness Cross Country is getting quickly up to speed despite carting around its considerable 800 pounds, less slightly than a Street Glide. The 106/6 powertrain cranks out more and more horsepower and torque than even H-D’s TC103, chugging away nicely from as low as 1500 rpm.
You also get a fairly comfortable, laid back riding position thanks to an ergonomically designed custom suede seat.
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Victory presented the new, limited edition Cory Ness Cross Country Tour. The motorcycle was designed as a custom looking tourer and each model has a numbered metal badge on the case that includes graphics of the Cory Ness logo and signature. The famous custom bike builder Cory Ness has also created a unique paint and graphic accents especially for this bike.
The motorcycle sports a Freedom 106/6 drivetrain which cranks out 106 lb.ft of torque and is paired with a six speed transmission. The Freedom engine is not only strong but has also received a custom treatment as all exterior surfaces of the cylinders and heads are diamond cut for a great look.
As far as comfort goes, the Victory Cory Ness Cross Country Tour is equipped with a custom seat covered with premium suede, an ergonomic designed handle bar and the exclusive Victory Comfort Control System, which helps you manage the airflow.
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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 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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We all love limited edition pieces of anything, and in the case of a Victory motorcycle, we’d sign up for the Crossroads Classic Limited Edition. The 2012 Cross Roads LE is a numbered model which includes exclusive paint, graphics, pinstriping, a classic leather seat and saddlebags with custom stitching, wire wheels, a different windshield, cool chrome light bar, fender bumpers, and saddlebag rails with tip-over protection.
Plenty of new digs, right? Wait, it gets even better.
With the Crossroads Classic LE, you also get to pick your color, saddlebag style, windshield style, and over 48 different customization combinations for the touring motorcycles. A list of Pure Victory accessories can also be added to the program, taking it to another level of custom and added levels of protection and comfort. Windshields, touring seats, backrests, heated handgrips, and cruise control are but a few of the aftermarket upgrades already available for the 2012 Cross Roads LE.
More than just styling, the Crossroads Classic LE also comes with an air-adjust rear suspension makes it easy to optimize the bike for solo or two-up riding. ABS, cruise control, dual-disc front brakes, inverted forks, and a 5.8-gallon tank round out the package. The aforementioned engine type used in the Victory is a Freedom SOHC V-Twin engine that delivers an impressive 109 lb/ft of torque, making the bike a distinct cruiser that not only packs quite a punch, but can also be customized to your liking.
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When Victory introduced the Cross Country in late 2009, it didn’t take long for the bagger to become a market favorite. This bike provided a fresh face in the factory bagger segment with the edgy lines of its fork-mounted fairing, a beautifully crafted tank with a raised spine, sharp lines and strategic recesses, and handling that its competitors wished they could match.
Now that the Cross Country has its legs under it in the segment, 2012 offered the perfect opportunity to release its full touring credentials in the Cross Country Tour.
As a take on the Cross Country, the Cross Country Tour comes with plenty of new features, including a taller windshield, the addition of a big top-case that doubles as a passenger backrest, extra speakers for the stereo system, new lower fairings, and a slick new system of vents and deflectors which allow riders to channel air flow to their liking. The Tour’s tall, wide windshield helps pocket the rider in a cocoon in mostly still air while the new topcase provides a contoured, padded backrest. When passengers are kicking back in the improved accommodations of the bike, the extra speakers integrated into the top-case makes for a great listening experience as their hair is being blasted off by the wind.
The large fork-mounted fairing of the Cross Country Tour now wears new, clear wind deflectors located on the fairing’s lower edge. The deflectors, along with the airflow controls in the lowers, are what Victory calls the Comfort Control System.
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Cruiser bikes need not be all about looks and imposing presence; it’s also great if it can back up its stature with some great storage, unprecedented comfort, and unbeatable performance.
That’s what you get on the Victory Cross Roads Hard Bagger. Despite carrying a long name, the Cross Roads Hard Bagger is the ideal all-around cruiser that can take you out for a great ride on some weathered asphalt, breaking the wind to your heart’s content.
Packed with a 106 cc Freedom V-Twin engine, the Cross Roads Hard Bagger is the kind of stripped-down touring purist that takes its performance credentials very seriously, capable of delivering 97 horsepower and 109 lb/ft of torque. The bike’s expertly balanced credentials make for a controlled ride that feels like you’re being shot out of a cannon. Joining the powertrain is a transmission system that’s considered one of the best in the market.
Other standard features on the Cross Roads Hard Bagger is Victory’s very own Anti-Lock Brake System, a set-up that monitors what the wheel is doing and gives you consistent, smooth braking from the handlebar lever down to the rubber on the road. As far as the aforementioned storage space is concerned, the Cross Roads Hard Bagger can be set-up with a number of storage options, ranging from 17.4 gallons of soft bags storage capacity to 21 gallons of hard bag roominess.
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Victory has carved a reputation as a well-known motorcycle builder that caters to the luxury-touring motorcyclist. But Victory is more than just the proverbial one-trick pony. When it comes to targeting the hardcore Amerian rider, they also have the means to take care of that demographic.
Victory continues this for 2012 with its popular hard-bagger, the Cross Country. Due to the popularity of the 2011 model, Victory resisted on making any drastic changes on the Cross Country. Instead, the Polaris-owned company continued on the bike’s unbridled success by offering a 2012 model that comes with a mean low styling combined with comfort, much cargo space, and an integrated audio system.
At the heart of the Cross Country is a type 4-stroke 50o V-Twin engine that makes every other aspect of going the distance as effortless as possible. By adding precise, automotive-style cruise control, the right mitt can now simply hang on and enjoy the ride. The bike also carries single overhead camshafts with 4 valves per cylinder, self-adjusting cam chains, hydraulic lifters, and Electronic Fuel Injection with dual 45mm throttle body. As far as the suspension goes, the front of the Cross Country carries an inverted cartridge telescopic fork with 43 mm diameter and 5.1" travel, while the rear comes with a single, mono-tube gas, cast aluminum setup with constant rate linkage and 4.7" / 120 mm travel.
The Cross Country is also equipped with the stylish and protective fork-mounted fairing that provides excellent protection and houses instrumentation and an integrated audio system.
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