Matt Smith rides fast bikes – fast. Faster than anything most of us ever have, or ever will ride. For most of us, it we rode a motorcycle at 191 mph, we’d likely self-combust from anxiety. To Matt, it’s all in a day’s work.
The clock is ticking and we’re getting closer to Sturgis 2015. If you’re heading to the Black Hills for the world’s best motorcycle rally, be prepared for big crowds, craziness, and a great time.
Ask any Victory owner who attended the American Victory Rally (AVR) in June in Colorado, and the answer is clear: It’s a great idea to hold the AVR in various locations across the United States.
It was a sunny summer day, exactly what you’d want for your Fourth of July celebration. It was a Saturday, and Spirit Lake, Iowa, was astir early with people making preparations for holiday picnics, a day on the lake, or an afternoon at the beach before the evening fireworks.
Project 156 had to pull over in the fourth and final section while leading the Exhibition Class to an unfortunate DNF.
The headline might be too optimistic. It’s hard to truly catch up to Angie Smith, who rides the Victory Racing Gunner in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle competition and who has run a quarter-mile in 6.846 seconds at 195.22 mph.
Isle of Man: Victory Racing is celebrating its first ever TT podium after Lee Johnston rode a 111.620mph lap in the SES TT Zero race to take third place.
Meet our Project 156 rider Don Canet. Learn more about his experience with Pike's Peak and how he plans to train for the big race on June 28th.
Read about our new Victory blogger's recap of Victory and IAVA's experience at Rolling Thunder on Sunday, May 24th.
Watch Part 2 of the #Project156 build
Victory Motorcycles is announcing their intention to race at the iconic International Isle of Man Tourist Trophy (TT) event on a prototype Victory electric race motorcycle.
Watch Part 1 of the #Project156 build