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Victory has come out with models like the V92C and the Vegas. Struggling as a sub division from the polaris mother company to come up with the right design. With the help of custom designer Arlan Ness the Vegas was built. As a young company Victory is fighting hard to get it’s share of dedicated riders.


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In 1995 Victory was setup by the American All Terrain Vehicle giant and snow mobile expert Polaris. So in essence Victory isn’t a motorcycle brand by heart but more a sub division of Polaris specialized in motorcycles

The first model was a v-twin cruiser with about 1500cc of power. It launched in 1998 and was called the V92C. It wasn’t a success and to say it lightly a specialist was need to boost things up a little.

Legendary Harley designer Arlen Ness was brought in to help design the new model called the Vegas. Which indeed has a typical Arlan Ness touch. The launch in 2003 was a success due to the much improved styling compared to the V92C Victory model. Also the V-twin engine had been refined which made the Vegas more pleasant to ride.

(source: Best Motorcycle Gear)


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