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2013 Victory Cross Country

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  • Victory Cross Country
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    4-Stroke 50° V-Twin
  • Transmission:
    6-Speed Overdrive Constant Mesh
  • Energy:
    Electronic Fuel Injection With Dual 45mm Throttle Body
  • Displacement:
    1731 cc
  • Price:
    18999

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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Latest Victory Cross_Country news and reviews:

Polaris recalls 26,182 Victory motorcycles for possible melting of brake lines and wires.

Polaris recalls 26,182 Victory motorcycles for possible melting of brake lines and wires.

Victory doesn’t make motorcycles but Polaris still has obligations towards them.

After making motorcycles for 18 years, Polaris shut down operations of Victory Motorcycles back in January as it struggled to keep up with the attention pulled by the Harleys and the Indian. But had made commitments to assist dealers with providing service and warranty coverage for a period of 10 years.

Looks like its first proof of the same commitment has come up the surface in the form of this major recall from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) which affects a swath of models from the defunct American manufacturer that have issues with their brake line melting away.

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2017 Victory Cross Country / Cross Country Tour

2017 Victory Cross Country / Cross Country Tour

Polaris Industries has its hands full these days with two companies — Victory & Indian — under its umbrella in direct competition with American heavyweight Harley-Davidson. Victory is starting to make a name for itself as the “American Performance” company with its progressive styling and large, powerful V-twin engines.

The 2017 Cross Country (CC) and Cross Country Tour (the Cross Country 8-Ball wasn’t carried forward to 2017) take a stab at grabbing the attention of U.S. buyers with the baggage capacity and wind protection we expect and looks similar to what we are accustomed to. Let’s face it, “baggers” and “tour bikes” look different here than anywhere else in the world, ’cause the “lower 48” is big with long, straight roads that span for miles and miles, unlike some European countries and island nations where one must do laps to get a long-distance ride in. Let’s look at what Victory is doing to compete in this long-legged market with the CC and CC Tour.

Continue reading for my review of the Victory Cross Country and Cross Country Tour.

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2016 Victory Cross Country

2016 Victory Cross Country

In direct competition with Harley-Davidson and other Made-in-the-USA brands in the traditional American style of a heavier motorcycle, Victory continues to reap a share of the market. When Polaris pushed a major expansion of production and marketing of Victory Motorcycles in 2010, it introduced the Cross Country as a hard-bagged cruiser with a handlebar-mounted fairing. For 2016, the Cross Country is still a contender, with the awesome Freedom 106/6 engine, a six-speed — with overdrive — transmission and smooth, on-demand power.

Even at 800 pounds, the bike seems well balanced and is easy to handle at low speed in traffic and while cruising the parking lot looking for an empty slot. On first rides, I’ve heard more than a couple of people said they really liked the way the bike handles and that was even before they got it out of the parking lot.

Continue reading for my review of the 2016 Victory Cross Country.

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2015 Victory Cross Country

2015 Victory Cross Country

With its imposing attitude, modern technologies, generous storage places and first class ergonomics, the Victory Cross Country has all it needs to be considered the perfect solution for those who are looking for a capable bagger motorcycle.

The Victory Cross Country weighs 345 KG (dry) and at its heart sits a 4 - stroke, 50° V - Twin engine with a displacement of 1731 cc. The engine’s power is routed to the rear wheel by means of a 6-speed overdrive constant mesh transmission with wet, multiplate clutch.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include lockable hard saddlebags which offer 21.3 gallons of storage space, 2-Up seating a long-range 5.8-gallon fuel tank, ABS and cruise control.

The Victory Cross Country can be yours for no less than $18,999.

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2014 Victory Cross Country

2014 Victory Cross Country

The Victory Cross Country is a bold bagger that has all it needs to be a great partner for long journeys on two wheels.

As far as style is concerned, the Victory Cross Country has a sleek, fairing that keeps you safe from rain, a fat 22 liter fuel tank, and lockable hard saddle bags that offer 21.3 gallons of convenient lockable storage space.

Once on board, the rider is greeted by 2-up seating, easy to read instrumentation and the integrated audio system with dual KICKER Premium speakers.

In terms of power the Victory Cross Country is equipped with a 1731 Cc, 4 Stroke 50° V Twin counter-balanced and fuel injected engine that generates up to 106 ft-lb of torque and is mated on a 6-speed transmission.

The Victory Cross Country is offered with a starting price of $18,999.

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2013 Victory Cross Country

2013 Victory Cross Country

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.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Victory Cross Country.

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2012 Victory Cross Country

2012 Victory Cross Country

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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2010 Victory Cross Country

2010 Victory Cross Country

Victory has been designing and engineering the Cross Roads and Cross Country motorcycles for their touring range for the past three years. That got our attention and while we’ve recently talked a bit about the Cross Roads model, it is now time to see what makes the Cross Country model even better. The competition isn’t out of our equation, so we’ll start by getting to know the bike better before starting being impressed (because there’s plenty to be impressed about).

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