Victory is celebrating its 15th anniversary – 15 Years Young and Just Getting Started – and it’s been an exciting, historic, dynamic, amazing first 15 years.
Victory started from scratch, built its own engines from Day 1, never compromised on its high standards for performance and reliability, and truly forged its own path.
In looking back at Victory milestones from the first 15 years, there’s a recurring thought: Only Victory could have done that. The V92C, the Vegas, the 6-speed transmission, the Hammer, the Cross Country and Cross Roads, the Freedom 106 V-Twin, the Victory Vision, the High-Ball, the Cross Country Tour. All of these could only
have come from Victory.
And Victory riders have fueled Victory’s success. These are riders who are demanding, passionate, performance-minded, and who share the Victory desire to chart a unique path rather than being followers. Victory riders have logged the miles, done the customizing, raced, set records, climbed the heights and enjoyed the best motorcycles on the open road.
Victory truly is 15 Years Young and Just Getting Started
You’ll find links to all 15 articles in the “15 Years Young, 15 Victory Highlights” series HERE
As part of its 15th anniversary celebration, Victory introduced the 15th Anniversary Cross Country Tour Limited Edition (next two photos) at the Int’l. Motorcycle Show in New York in January 2013.
The Victory Vision generates smiles you can see right through full-faced helmets.
Victory riders innovate, mounting speakers in their bikes’ side storage units and drilling out the covers to enjoy premium audio.
Master custom builder and Victory legend Arlen Ness enjoyed seeing his 10th Anniversary Victory Vision custom next to a numbered V92C.
After Joe Klein rode his V92C across the country (he was the first to do so) and raced it on the Bonneville Salt Flats (also the first), he customized it with what he calls “The Back Porch.”
”KevinX,” aka Kevin Cross, a Victory rider through and through.
The greatest trophy in sports, the Stanley Cup, was perched on the seat of a Jackpot custom with a hockey-themed paint scheme.
A beautifully customized V92C will bring a smile to a rider’s face during the Sturgis rally.
Athena Ransom (left), Laura Klock and their Victory motorcycles made a picture-perfect day in Wyoming even better.
Victory Iron Butt legend Steve Rolland shot this photo of his Victory Vision in the Alaskan fog during his 2012 Ultimate Coast to Coast Iron Butt ride.