Who Makes Victory Cross Country?

Who Makes Victory Cross Country?

Polaris Industries
Its parent company, Polaris Industries, created Victory following the modern success of Harley-Davidson. Victory’s motorcycles were designed to compete directly with Harley-Davidson and similar American-style motorcycle brands, with V-twin engines and touring, sport-touring, and cruiser configurations.

How much does a 2014 Victory Cross Country weight?

760 lbs
Weighing in at 760 lbs (dry weight), the Cross Country is a big bike, so the combination of big engine/powerful brakes is welcome.

Which Victory motorcycle has the most horsepower?

After plenty of hype, Victory has introduced the Octane production machine, Claiming 104 hp and 76 foot/pounds of torque from an 1179cc v-twin, the Octane promises to be the fastest, most powerful Victory ever.

How much does a Victory Cross Country motorcycle weigh?

767.2 to 877.4 lbsVictory Cross Country / Curb weight

How many cc is victory Magnum?

Powered by Victory Motorcycles thundering 106ci (1731cc) Freedom® Motor, the new Magnum offers riders mountains of torque and easily accessible power across the rev range, delivered through a slick six speed overdrive transmission.

Are Victory bikes still made?

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.

What are cross country races?

A Cross-country race is any running race that takes place on different types of terrain. Different levels of competition include middle school 2 mi (3.2 km), high school 5 km (3.1 mi), collegiate men 8 km (5.0 mi) and 10 km (6.2 mi), women 5km (3.1 mi) and 6 km (3.7 mi), amateur, and professional.

What is cross country road trip?

A cross-country road trip is just as it sounds – an experience allowing you to see the beauty of our country from the road.

What is Victory Cross?

Victory Cross. It was made in 908 in the Castle of Gauzón (Raices Viejo, Castrillon , Asturias . At the core is an oakwood cross, in legend identified with a cross carried by King Pelagius of Asturias at the Battle of Covadonga .

What are cross country events?

Cross country runs, sometimes abbreviated to XC, are running events over natural terrain such as dirt and grass and occasionally gravel paths. Cross country is common during winter, making them ideal training events even through rain and snow.