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.
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Elegant, strong, and powerful: That’s what the Victory Kingpin is all about. Despite being relatively new - the bike only arrived on the motorcycle market in 2004 - the Kingpin has become known as a classic cruiser that provides the perfect platform for accessorizing. For the 2012 model, the Victory Kingpin cruiser motorcycle just added more strength to its already formidable arsenal without losing any of the classic styling that has made it a signature of the company’s custom cruiser motorcycle lineup.
By adding the all-new 106 cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin engine and 100k transmission to the Kingpin, the bike has once again upped the bar in the classic cruiser motorcycle market, providing everything you want - performance prowess tied with a unique style that begs to be driven - in a classic cruiser. The machine is also powered by a 4-stroke 50 ° V-Twin, 106 ci / 1731 cc that’s capable of providing optimal power.
In addition, the Victory Kingpin is equipped with a strong and smooth suspension system. The front suspension uses an inverted cartridge telescopic fork, 43 mm diameter, 5.1 in / 130 mm travel while the rear suspension uses, single, mono-tube gas, cast aluminum with rising rate linkage, 3.9 in / 100 mm travel, preload adjustable spring. To handle the bike’s unrelenting power, the Kingpin is also armed with a good braking system with a 300mm floating rotor, a 4-piston caliper on the front brakes and a 300mm floating rotor with a 2-piston caliper on the rear. There’s nothing out there in the classic cruiser motorcycle market that compares to the combination of style and performance you get with a Kingpin.
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Although Victory doesn’t have a classic cruiser in their lineup as a result of their sustained efforts of building modern bikes from all points of view and despite the fact that the Kingpin is sold as a custom, we dare saying that this is their closest thing to a classic cruiser. A modern classic motorcycle, if you will, the Victory Kingpin addresses to the fans of seamless lines and a big V-Twin engine, while the Kingpin 8-Ball stands out as a blacked-out version, but in fact there’s plenty more to it than just that.
Among the top models found in the 2009 Victory lineup are the Kingpin and Kingpin Tour, the only classic cruisers built by the new American bike manufacturer. Their clear purpose is to counteract Harley-Davidson and its infinite success, not by copying it, but by introducing a whole new concept of freeway motorcycles.
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.