Does Victory still sell motorcycles?
After twenty-one years of production, Victory Motorcycles has ceased production. It’s too bad because a Victory bike has the appeal for cruiser aficionados without some of the, shall we say ‘nefarious’, associations of a Harley Davidson.
Did Victory go out of business?
Eighteen years of competing in the American cruiser market comes to an end. After 18 years of building cruisers in the USA, Victory Motorcycles is pulling into the garage and putting down its kickstand for the final time. Parent company Polaris has announced it is closing down the brand.
Is Victory a good motorcycle brand?
Victory motorcycles are considered good because of their tight steering and low center of gravity, which makes riding them smooth and well-balanced compared to other big twin cruisers. Victory motorcycles also offer premier performance and robust reliability, with longevity claims of 300,000+ miles.
Who bought out Victory motorcycle?
Polaris Industries, a global producer of motorcycles, snowmobiles and off-road vehicles, is pulling the plug on its 18-year-old Iowa-made Victory Motorcycles brand.
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.
Can you still buy parts for Victory Motorcycles?
We have one of the largest inventory of Genuine Victory OEM parts and we’re ready to use them on your Victory Vision, Hammer, Kingpin, Jackpot or Ness Signature Series Motorcycles. If you’re working on a rebuild or just a simple oil change; on this site, you’ll be able to find all the Victory parts you need.
Can you still buy parts for Victory motorcycles?
Does Polaris still service Victory Motorcycles?
Minneapolis, MN (January 9, 2017) – Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced it will immediately begin winding down its Victory Motorcycles brand and related operations.
Does Polaris still service Victory motorcycles?
Are Indian and Victory the same?
Polaris surprised the industry in January when it announced that it would shut its homegrown motorcycle brand, Victory, and focus entirely on Indian, a company it bought in 2011. So far, the move seems like a smart one.