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2008 Victory Vegas on 2040motos

$12,900
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:18557 ColorColor: Sunset Red with Flames
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, NV
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Victory Vegas photos

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Victory Vegas tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(888) 804-0840

Victory Vegas description

2008 Victory Vegas, 2008 Victory Vegas Premium - With its bold, modern style and groundbreaking performance the Vegas not only redefined what an American cruiser should be it set a new standard by which every new Victory model is measured. From its custom paint schemes, flush-mounted taillight, and signature sculpted tank to its trademark 100-cubic-inch Freedom V-Twin engine with true six-speed overdrive, the Victory Vegas continues to push the limits of custom style, power, performance, and reliability. This bike has a hydraulic clutch. Please Call (702)440-6377

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2013 FIM eRoadRacing World Cup Laguna Seca Results

Mon, 22 Jul 2013

Eric Bostrom took the victory in a crash-filled race at Laguna Seca to open the U.S. leg of the 2013 FIM eRoadRacing World Cup. Three out of eight racers crashed out on the first of nine laps while pole qualifier Shane Turpin retired with a mechanical breakdown on the penultimate lap.

WSBK 2013: Aragon Race Report

Mon, 15 Apr 2013

BMW Motorrad Goldbet racer Chaz Davies scored his first career World Superbike double victory, taking both races at Spain’s Aragon circuit. The wins were the second and third of Davies’ WSBK career (the first came last year at Nurburgring for the ParkinGo Aprilia team) and the second ever double in the series for BMW. The Welsh rider and former AMA Pro Racing competitor has had some success at Aragon, getting his first career WSBK podium at the Spanish track in 2012.

Another New Victory Coming 1/20/12

Thu, 12 Jan 2012

Hot off the trails of the Hard Ball’s release just last month, Victory Motorcycles is showing no signs of slowing down in 2012, as it’s set to debut yet another new model January 20 at the New York International Motorcycle Show. Details about the new machine are scarce, but if we were to guess judging on the graphic above we’d say it could be loosely based off the Vegas due to its conventional fork and lack of fairings. What we do know from the graphic is that it will be powered by the tried and true 106 c.i.