Is victory a good motorcycle?
I’ve been a Harley rider for 45 years and I was skeptical to ride anything else. But I gave this Victory a ride and was amazed at the comfort, performance and horsepower. The ride is much better than most cruisers. The bike is all steel and quality built.
Is it hard to find parts for Victory motorcycles?
All the really mechanically essential parts are pretty easily obtainable. The aftermarket for the bikes is definitely drying up, though. The bikes are so well engineered that for the most part, they just run.
Do victory motorcycles hold their value?
The fact that Victory’s don’t have a high resale value can be a good thing. You can buy a used Victory which is just as good as a new one for a fraction of the price and you still have a bike that can hold its own or surpass anything else on the market.
How many miles does a Victory motorcycle last?
I ride a ’76 Goldwing with 75,000 miles and even that is considered low mileage on these bikes. That Victory should easily see 100,000 miles with no serious problems.
Does Kawasaki own Harley-Davidson?
Kawasaki Motor Company, LTD. is the parent company of Harley-Davidson Motor Company (as of now…
Does Yamaha Make Victory motorcycles?
The unique sporty muscular motorcycles were introduced in 1998 as American-made alternative to Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson and foreign bike makers such as Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki. …
Are Victory Motorcycles coming back?
A year later, Polaris announced that it was to wind down production of Victory Motorcycles. No more Victory-badged bikes were made at the Iowa factory and dealers sold off existing stock. Ultimately though, Victory Motorcycles never really died.
What kind of oil do Victory motorcycles use?
AMSOIL 20W-40 Synthetic V-Twin Motorcycle Oil is recommended for use in air- or liquid-cooled Victory, Indian and other four-stroke motorcycles calling for a 20W-40 motor oil. It meets API SM and JASO MA specifications, providing outstanding protection for engines and transmissions.