Indian and Victory invade Harley ground

The first Indian and Victory motorcycle dealership in Australia designed with both brands in mind has opened in Perth right next door to their nemesis, Harley-Davidson. Managing Director Peter Alexander earlier this year seemed very proud of the fact that the Perth Indian and Victory dealership is also bigger than its American neighbour. Indian and Victory now have Polaris-owned stores …

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2017 Victory Octane

Victory streamlines 2017 line-up

The 2017 Victory Motorcycles line-up introduces new colours and LED headlights, but streamlines its range from 15 to an even dozen. They have axed three cruisers, including the ‘5os hotrod style Jackpot, the Hammer 8 Ball, but not the Hammer S and sadly the Judge muscle cruiser. In Australia there are only 14 current models, because …

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Empulse RR at PIkes Peak

Victory Motorcycles double at Pikes Peak

Victory Motorcycles has returned triumphant to the famous Pikes Peak International Hill Climb with wins in the electric bike and exhibition powersport classes. The company has now released the following 360 degree videos. You may or may not see them in 360-degree format, depending on whether you have updated your browser. WATCH VIDEO OF THE ELECTRIC …

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Victory Octane

Victory Octane muscle cruiser arrives

The new Victory Motorcycles Octane muscle cruiser has arrived in dealerships at $18,995 ride away. Australians were the first in the world to see in the metal when it was unveiled on February 20, 2016, at the Sydney showroom. Display models have also been available around the country since then. Now customers can actually ride a demo and take delivery of the first Victory to …

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Swiss rider Urs Pedraita hopes to set a new record for global navigation of the seven continents on a Victory Cross Country

Global record attempt on Victory Cross Country

Swiss rider Urs “Grizzly” Pedraita has set out on his Victory Cross Country from Daytona Bike Week (March 11, 2016)  to establish a new record for global navigation of the seven continents in less than 100 days. He will be in Australia from April 5-10, starting in Sydney and heading to Darwin, down to Port Augusta, SA, and west to Mundrabilla, WA. …

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