Victory Vision MSF ERC Box
This Victory Vision weighs over 900 pounds at the time of this video. **
The wheelbase is five and a half feet long and the overall length for the
Vision is eight and three quarters feet long.
That is a little longer then a Smart car.
After the MSF ERC was over, I ran the box with my Vision. The instructor
was kind enough to run the camera. It is nice to get the "Alright" from
Thanks San Antonio Fun Machines!
**The dry weight of the 2008 Vision Tour is 849 pounds.
I was full of fuel. Six gallons adds 36 pounds
It carries four and a half quarts of oil so that over 6 more pounds.
After market horn. 4 more pounds.
The CB/Intercom is 5 more pounds.
In my side bags I carry rain gear, yellow vest, owners manual, two small
towels, a few tools and a hand air pump for the rear shock.
All of this makes the Vision I ride tip the scales at over 900 pounds.
My Crash on Mt Lemmon or be alert on ice.wmv
The motorcycle crash at actual speed (not slow motion like the first video
published a week ago). No music on this one; just the actual sounds
recorded by the GoPro Hero HD helmet cam. You can see me riding the
Victory Vision back down Mt Lemmon after the crash in another video
published last week right after the original crash video in slow motion.
Auto Trim DESIGN Tribal Graphic Kit 1 for Victory Vision Motorcycle
Auto Trim DESIGN. This video features a walk-a-round view of our Tribal
Graphic Kit 1 for Victory Vision Motorcycle Part #ATD-VCTRYGRPH002. For
more information on this graphic kit as well as other available colors we
invite you to visit our site at www.autotrimdesign.com. We create and
manufacture unique vehicle specific graphic and decal kits for cars,
Custom Painted Victory Vision with Air Ride
http://www.revdynamics.net Our shops 08 Sturgis Special bike. This is just
a quick clip for the stage 1 Exhaust's
sound. The bike was custom painted by Rev Dynamics. Designed by Mitch and
Andy of Turn One Motorsports. There are some great pic that are on my
myspace of this bike. The link is listed below.
Vision on the Dragon - Part 1
We took our Victory Vision out to the Dragon.
View the high quality version if you have the bandwidth.
BTW, I get this question a lot, the camera is mounted on the left fairing
and is hanging out about 8 inches or so from the bike. So, in the video it
looks like I'm crossing the center line but I'm not. Although I'm often
leaning across the line, the tires are to the right side of the center