As you all know, both Arlen and Cory Ness collaborate with Victory to design limited editions. Cory did work on the Vegas Jackpot and Cross Country models and Arlen on the touring Vision. Manufacturer’s objectives are always to enhance the brand image, sell a few more customized models to a clientele ready to pay extra bucks for getting the “look at me” factor and incite others to customize their stock bikes.
Every bike has a customization potential and it’s the role of the Custom Builder to stretch it as far as he can. And it’s exactly what Arlen did. You are looking at his work on the 2010 model, a remarkable cosmetic only enhancement, the 106″/1731 cc engine and the 6-speed transmission remaining unchanged. About handling and control the main improvement is the fact that this limited edition has been lowered by 2″ making the seat at 24.5″ from the ground. Although the 2010 Ness Victory Vision retail price is still unknown, it’s probably the most aesthetically appealing touring bike available on the market, making it a direct competitor of the Harley-Davidson CVO’s touring models.