Find or Sell Motorcycles & Scooters in USA

2008 Victory Vegas on 2040-motos

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

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, NV
2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 1

Victory Vegas photos

2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 2 2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 3 2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 4 2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 5 2008 Victory Vegas , $12,900, image 6

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

Moto blog

Top 10 Best Sportbikes of 2009

Tue, 23 Jun 2009

Since it’s inception Motorcycle.com Specs has been the best place for bikers and enthusiasts (like you) to voice their opinions; there has been a lot to spout-off about too! Over 528 Motorcycle models have been updated for you to review in 2009 alone. It’s great to see what the Motorcycle Community has to say about the bikes they ride.

Recall for 2011 Victory Cross Country

Mon, 06 Jun 2011

Polaris Industries has initiated a recall campaign for the 2011 Victory Cross Country due to a defect in the handlebar riser and clamp assembly. According to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some handlebar clamps and risers may have been machined to deep by the part supplier. As a result, the handlebars may slip within the clamps, potentially causing a rider to lose control.

Suzuka Eight Hour capers

Mon, 05 Sep 2011

Chatting to TT legend John McGuiness recently about his first Suzuka Eight Hour experience got me thinking of a few capers the boys and me managed a few years back at what is still Japan's most important race of the season. It is a unique event that starts at 11am and finishes at 7pm making  it a pukka endurance race as the last hour is run with headlights on in the dark. It is essentially an eight hour sprint that showcases the trickest endurance machinery and manufacturer’s sales can be affected the following year depending on who wins or loses.