Powered by a capable 106-cubic inch Freedom V-Twin engine the Victory Boardwalk is ready to reward you a tasty mix of adrenaline and dopamine every time you want to have some fun.

The engine delivers a maximum torque of 110 ft-lb of torque and is mated on an easy-shifting 6-speed transmission.

The 2013 Victory Boardwalk is not only strong, but is also good looking, featuring a traditional design with full fenders that wrap around the tires and a raised spine that runs the length of the bike on the fenders and fuel tank. You’ll also like the chrome engine covers, exhaust and trim. Not to mention about the 16" chrome, 60-spoke laced wheels with whitewall tires.

You also get a comfortable removable passenger seat combined with a pair of comfortable foot pegs. The motorcycle is available in two color schemes, namely Gloss Black and Pearl White.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Victory Boardwalk.

  • 2013 Victory Boardwalk
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    4-Stroke 50° V-Twin
  • Transmission:
    6-Speed Overdrive Constant Mesh
  • Energy:
    Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI
  • Displacement:
    1731 cc
  • Price:
    15499

FEATURES

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FREEDOM® 106/6 DRIVETRAIN

Rule the road with the smooth and powerful 106-cubic inch Freedom® V-Twin, which serves up 110 ft-lb of torque. The easy-shifting 6-speed transmission has true overdrive for the smoothest highway cruising.

TRADITIONAL FULL FENDERS

Stylish full fenders wrap around the tires for a great cruiser look. A raised spine runs the length of the bike on the fenders and fuel tank to give the Boardwalk unique custom style.

16" CHROME, 60-SPOKE LACED WHEELS WITH WHITEWALL TIRES

The Boardwalk rolls in classic style on 60-spoke chrome laced wheels that look like they’re straight out of a custom shop. Whitewall tires infuse the bike with a timeless and classic cruiser look.

CHROME BEACH BARS

Boardwalk ergonomics are enhanced by the beach bars, which put a rider in a position that’s cool, comfortable and in control. The bars’ premium chrome finish enhances the bike’s great style.

COMFORTABLE REMOVABLE PASSENGER SEAT

Boardwalk seating delivers just the right blend of cushion and support. The seat puts a rider in a comfortable cruising position and the passenger is treated to a comfortable seat and well-placed footpegs. The passenger seat can be removed easily for a great solo cruiser look.

FLOORBOARDS

The Boardwalk riding experience is enhanced by the comfort and security of spacious floorboards. They put a rider’s feet and legs in a comfortable position and provide easy access to lower controls.

CHROME ENGINE COVERS, EXHAUST AND TRIM

The Boardwalk shines as it rolls down the street loaded with chrome: engine covers, exhaust, handlebars, trim and wheels. The premium chrome gives the bike a custom look and brilliant style.

SPECIFICATIONS

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Battery 12 Volts / 18 Amp Hours
Bore X Stroke 101 X 108 Mm
Charging System 38 Amps Max Output
Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate
Compression Ratio 9.4 : 1
Cooling System Air / Oil
Displacement 106 Ci / 1731 Cc
Engine Type 4-Stroke 50° V-Twin
Exhaust Staggered Slash-Cut Dual Exhaust With Crossover
Final Drive Carbon Fiber Reinforced Belt
Fuel Capacity 4.7 Gal / 17.8 Ltr
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection With Dual 45mm Throttle Body
Oil Capacity 5.0 Qts / 4.75 Ltr
Primary Drive Gear Drive With Torque Compensator
Transmission 6-Speed Overdrive Constant Mesh
Valve Train Single Overhead Camshafts With 4 Valves Per Cylinder, Self-Adjusting Cam Chains, Hydraulic Lifters
Front Suspension Conventional Telescopic Fork, 43 Mm Diameter, 5.1 In / 130 Mm Travel
Rear Suspension Single, Mono-Tube Gas, Cast Aluminum With Rising Rate Linkage, 3.0 In / 75 Mm Travel, Preload Adjustable Spring
Dry Weight 675 Lbs / 307 Kg
Ground Clearance 4.7 In / 120 Mm
GVWR 1151 Lbs / 523 Kg
Length 97.6 In / 2457 Mm
Rake/Trail 32° / 6.7 In / 170mm
Seat Height 25.9 In / 658 Mm
Wheelbase 67.8 In / 1647 Mm
Brake System Type Conventional
Front Braking System 300 Mm Floating Rotor With 4-Piston Caliper
Rear Braking System 300 Mm Floating Rotor With 2-Piston Caliper
Front Tire 130/90-16 67H Metzeler ME880
Front Wheel 16 X 3.5 In
Rear Tire 150/80B16 71H Metzeler ME880
Rear Wheel 16 X 3.5 In
Colors Gloss Black and Pearl White

QUOTES

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Motorcycle-usa ---- "Victory has a potential hit on its hands with the Boardwalk. The motorcycle melds modern style with classic lines for one of the best-looking Victory Cruisers to date. The Freedom 106/6 drivetrain is an excellent fit for what this machine is intended for and will give riders the performance they seek when the itch for a short blast down the boulevard strikes. It’s comfortable for a low-slung, wide-barred V-Twin and checks the appropriate boxes to make it a desirable American-made cruiser. "

Cycleworld ---- "But “the widest bar on any Victory motorcycle” means diminished returns the faster you go as you troll homeward on Highway 101: 65 mph registers a nice, relaxing 2400 rpm on the digital tach (which shares space with a clock and other functions), but anything much faster becomes an aerodynamic battle. Luckily, there are accessory Lock & Ride windshields, saddlebags, sissybars, etc., available—not to mention heated grips and cruise control. And the newly enlarged, 4.7-gallon gas tank should give the bike considerable range."

Ridermegazine ---- "Powering the Boardwalk is the same air/oil-cooled 106ci Freedom V-twin found in all Victorys. In the Judge, it cranked out 84 horsepower and 102.7 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheel. Throttle response is direct, acceleration swift. Counterbalanced for smoothness, the engine transmits the muscular sound and feel that cruiser riders expect. The cable-actuated clutch has good engagement, the 6-speed transmission shifts smoothly and the two disc brakes provide decent stopping power."

Motorcycle ---- "In other news, Victory announced at the Boardwalk press introduction that it has lured Ian O’Reilly away from Triumph to restructure and restyle the company’s apparel products. O’Reilly was employed with Triumph for more than a decade and is responsible for creating Triumph’s reputation for quality motorcycle apparel. The items on display at the Boardwalk event represented O’Reilly’s attention to detail, fashion and protection. Look for good things to come in the way of Victory branded apparel."

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