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2015 Victory High Ball in Fargo, ND 2015 Victory High Ball in Fargo, ND
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Open to Trade

$7,000

Open to Trade
4,700 miles
Bike has been garage kept since it was brand new. I am the second owner and I am very good friends with the first owner. We both kept this bike in a g...
Private Seller
Fargo, ND - 1,112 mi. away
Private Seller
Fargo, ND - 1,112 mi. away
2015 Victory CROSS COUNTRY in San Ramon, CA
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Stock Number: 100212
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$12,999

16,800 miles
2015 VICTORY CROSS COUNTRY, this bike is in excellent condition, runs great, new rear tire, best bike to do long trips, come check it out, audio packa...
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away
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Victory Motorcycles Information:

Victory Motorcycles was an American manufacturer that was established in 1998, and had to discontinue production because of lack of profit in 2017. Polaris Industries was the parent company, and because of the huge success of Harley-Davidson, they created the Victory brand. Victory motorcycles were built to compete directly against Harley-Davidson and other comparable American bikes. The first model Victory release was the V92C in 1998. The company took a couple of years to take off, but in 2002, they started seeing decent profit off their motorcycles. Victory motorcycles were unique in appearance. Their fenders and tanks looked vintage, resembling the retro-look of sweeping lines from cars of the 1930s era. The distinctive style made Victory motorcycles popular amongst consumers. Featuring V-twin engines and touring, sport-touring, and cruiser structures, the company held up in competition against Harley-Davidson and other top motorcycle brands. The company profited for years, but started to decline in sales. They did not profit 3 out of their last 5 years in business, ultimately forcing them to shut down, in September of 2017, after just 18 years of business.

Although the company has ceased production and sales, you can still find Victory motorcycles through personal sellers and purchase them at reasonable prices