Here’s Your Chance To Own A One-Of-A-Kind Victory Dream Bagger

Victory teamed up with Gibson Guitars to create a one of a kind bagger inspired by axeman Jason Hook’s (from band Five Finger Death Punch) Explorer guitar “Sarge.” Victory took Jason legendary guitar as inspiration for a custom Victory bagger, and now this bad-ass bike can be yours on December 2nd at Julian’s Auction House: Sign up now at this ADDRESS to get an email reminder prior to the auction and learn more about Victory Motorcycles.

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9 Responses to “Here’s Your Chance To Own A One-Of-A-Kind Victory Dream Bagger”

  1. 1 Mad River Motor Company Nov 14th, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    I’m really afraid for the reborn Indian…

  2. 2 Dave Blevins Nov 14th, 2012 at 4:10 pm

    Well, the guitar looked nice…

  3. 3 Doc Robinson Nov 14th, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    A cool themed bike built for a great cause. I saw this bike in Sturgis and it looked even better in the metal than it does in this video. Mad River, I think the reborn Indians will be true to their heritage and way better than the last few attempts. Polaris, unlike various predecessors, is a company heavy on engineering know how. We’ll have to wait and see but I am confident. And I’m a lover of the original Indians and also of Kiwi Indians.

  4. 4 Blackmax Nov 14th, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    Indian is going to be just fine…
    Let’s just be paitent & wait & see what they do,
    then we can hoist them up on the poniard of public opinion.
    In the meantime, yeah, I entered the contest….
    If I win it, I’ll traded it back to them for a Zach Ness Cross Country

  5. 5 Mike Tomas Kiwi Indian Motorcycle Co Nov 15th, 2012 at 9:45 am

    Indian will be fine under Polaris and this will be its final resting place. Polaris is a serious company which will do Indian great, finally!!!

  6. 6 Thor Nov 19th, 2012 at 11:39 am

    Can’t believe that you “Indian” people actually believe that Polaris will do it justice. A dozen years of Victory losing money, no clue on who their market is and no people on board who actually have any passion for the brand. Engineers are great, but without a passion for the brand, we’ll see a bunch of Victory bikes made to look like Indians. I wish them luck, but they need to go hire some people who understand what the “real” bike industry is all about.

  7. 7 mad andy Nov 19th, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    Why does Victory refuse to give a bike to anybody with an eye for style? Give John Moss @ Affliction Clothing or Chucky Fryman @ LA Choppers a bike. Guys like that build cool functional minimalistic masterpieces, instead of airbrushed parade floats!

  8. 8 Kauai Clyde Nov 19th, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    What is up with all the “Black-Out” bikes being produced in the last few years? When did chrome go out of style? As long as Polaris does NOT black out the Indian motorcycle line, the it will most likely do well – as well as breaking even is…. The Victory line was so enamoring a few back but now I personally would not purchase one other than a Boardwalk, but they could have gone the extra mile and added a few items that would have given it greater appeal IMO. This “wait and see” has gotten to the point of “still the same” – and it will be a death knell for the Victory brand unless they start getting back to basics; those basics being better style on a new 111 c.i. motor – now THAT would get some new blood infused into the product !!!!

  9. 9 spaz Nov 20th, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    Thor, man you have absolutely NO IDEA what you’re talking about! You are so wrong, man. First off, Victory has made money and GROWN every year since its beginning. Second, Polaris has invested hundreds of millions of dollars on Indian. One of the first things they did was seek out Indian museum owners and serious collectors. to help ensure that they do Indian Justice. Being a bit of an “insider” myself, I have never seen such a strong commitment like the one that Polaris has to the rich history of Indian. Lighten up dude.

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