2014 Victory Vegas 8-Ball Test Ride
I had the chance to test ride the 2014 Victory Vegas 8 ball at the Victory
demo ride. It's pretty awesome to say the least -- at least coming from the
Stryker. It's definitely one of the most fun bikes I've ever ridden.
Victory 8 Ball Turbo
Review of the Victory 8 Ball conversion for Heavy Duty Magazine
Track title: Beat Lab
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2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball with X-Bow Pipes - For Sale - Prosper, TX
This is a nearly brand new 2012 Victory Vegas 8-Ball. I've had it about a
year, but only put 1500 miles on it. It mostly sits in the garage, as I
can never find time to ride it. Three weeks ago, I totaled my truck, broke
my back, etc, so I have to sell this because I can no longer ride it and
need to buy a new truck ASAP. About $11,000 is owed, but I'll entertain
other best offers in that range if needed and make up the difference.
First person to offer the closest to what I'm looking for gets it.
I attached a quick connector to the battery for a Battery Tender (Name
brand, not a knock off), am including the Battery Tender, and will even
throw in the brand new Viking Leather saddle bags I just bought and have
yet to put on, if the price is right. You won't find a better bike on
Craigslist. Sounds awesome, runs smooth, and will peel your face back.
This is how it looks and sounds as of, July 4th, 2013.
Victory Motorcycles: Superior Performance
Those with a passion for riding know that our bikes have always been
designed specifically to fuel that passion. In 2011, we've taken the
pavement-pounding power of the 106-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin engine, and
put it in every one of our bikes. Plus, with our all-new 100K-mile
transmission, there's no other engine more committed to fueling your desire
for performance with every ride.
Victory Motorcycles vs. Harley Davidson
Victory Motorcyles wins the Great American Debate vs. Harley Davidson!
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Victory Motorcycles: Vegas vs. Dyna Wide Glide
Long sweepers or sharp, twisty curves. In 2011, the Victory Vegas is back
with its legendary versatility for any road you seek out, while adding more
power for the ride. Learn more about the bike at
With 23% more torque than Harley-Davidson, and 97 horsepower, the new
106-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin is at the heart of its long, low profile. We
decided that numbers aren't enough, so we put the Vegas up against its
competitor the Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide. Find out which bike is
truly is best in class.
Ride One, and You'll Own One
MCN Roadtest: Long distance travels on a Victory Vegas
My fellow workers here at MCN think the Victory Vegas 8-Ball that I've got
on long-term-test is only good for slow cruising and showing off so I
thought I'd prove them wrong by piling on some serious miles.
Check out the video below to see how the Vegas coped with a ride from
Peterborough to the Isle of Sky in one day.
2003 Harley Davidson VS 2007 Victory Kingpin
This is a video of my 2003 Harley STFI with Vance and Hines pipes vs my
2007 Victory Kingpin with Santa Rosa pipes. Handling goes to the Victory -
( Power : Victory ) -( Comfort : Victory ) - (Sound: Harley) -
(Throttle Response : Victory)- (Balance: Victory) . The Victory comes with
an oil cooler, the Harley does not,this is a huge factor.Overall the
Victory is a better engineered bike.However, the Harley has a quality that
I can not put my finger on. No other bike I have rode rides like a Harley.
The Kingpin rides like a Japanese bike with subtle Harley.
characteristics . ( nothing against any Japanese bikes). If it were not for
the Harley Davidson name and the Harley was Japanese it would be
considered one of the most awfully engineered bikes on the rode today.
Overpriced and old technology.