Victory Reveals 15th Anniversary Cross Country Tour

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Victory Motorcycles is celebrating the company’s 15th anniversary with a special limited edition Cross Country Tour. Unveiled at the New York City stop of the International Motorcycle Shows tour, the 15th Anniversary Cross Country Tour Limited Edition comes in an Antares red over Gloss Black paint scheme, just like the original 1998 V92C that was the first motorcycle to roll off the line at Victory’s factory in Spirit Lake, Iowa.

The 15th Anniversary model also features a custom seat, billet wheels, chrome details, removeable saddlebag and trunk liners, a Garmin GPS navigation system, XM satellite radio, Kicker speakers, black windscreen and an iPhone/iPod connector. The limited edition model also features special badging including red-lettered cam badges and an individually numbered plate.

Standard features include Victory’s 106 ci V-Twin engine, six-speed transmission, ABS, cruise control and the Victory Comfort Control System which lets riders adjust airflow around the front end.

Victory is only producing 150 units of the anniversary edition Cross Country Tour. The Victory 15th Anniversary Cross Country Tour Limited Edition will be available for $29,999, an $8,000 premium over the standard model.

[Source: Victory]

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  • Trev

    I’d like to see the same bike with two front wheel and the ability to lean like the italian Gilera Fuoco 500cc triking. The Can Am would also be more fun if it just leaned over 45 degrees like the Gilera does. I love my Gilera Fuoco 500cc three wheeler.

  • lee Cohen

    Really 30 grand and no heel toe. I ride a 2003 victory classic cruiser i have a heel toe I plan on buying a new bike in 2014. Deciding on a victory cross country touring or a Harley Electra glide ultra limited
    Any suggestions.

  • David Mc Daniel

    I have a2013 victory cross country tour I have had it a little over a week finally had a chance to ride but the damn starter went out with 25 miles on the bike.