Victory baggers – including the Cross Country, Hard-Ball, Cross Roads Classic and Zach Ness Cross Country – deliver an outstanding riding experience, and they offer extensive customizing opportunities.
Case in point: Check out the latest custom from Arlen Ness and Cory Ness. Victory donated a Suede Nuclear Sunset Cross Country
and the Nesses customized it for use in a fundraising project for the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa.
The bike was unveiled recently at the Int’l. Motorcycle Show in New York City, where crowds were wowed by the bike’s great look.
The bike features fantastic custom paint with contrasting graphics that accentuate the bike’s lines and styling, and there are three major branding elements: The Victory logo on the fuel tank, the Arlen Ness name on the saddlebags and the National Motorcycle Museum logo on the fairing.
The bike also features Ness custom accessories from end to end, including:
• Ness Blitz Wheels (billet)
• Ness Deep Cut Ness accessories such as the handlebar grips, floorboards, passenger footpegs, exhaust tips and license plate frame
• Ness XC Flip Windshield
• Ness RAD III Mirrors
• Ness Slot Track case covers
• Arlen Ness and Cory Ness autographs on the side covers
• A custom seat from LePera, whom the Nesses turn to for premium custom upholstery
This is one great example of how a Cross Country can be customized. But you don’t have to be a Ness to customize a Victory. In the hands of Victory riders, every Cross Country – every Victory Bagger – gets customized and personalized. Riders make them truly their own.
Learn more about how you can customize a Victory Cross Country
At the motorcycle show in New York, Cory Ness helped unveil the Cross Country he and his father, Arlen Ness, customized as part of a fundraising project for the National Motorcycle Museum.