4th Of July. Victory Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary.

Victory15thIt was the 4th of July 1998, 15 years ago, that Victory Motorcycles was born producing its first motorcycle. For 15 years, Victory has been an aggressive, dynamic force in the world of motorcycling, a newcomer who earned respect for overall quality, reliability and performance. Today, Victory offers a full line of cruisers and tourers. Although in 2013 media have turned most of their attention to the imminent launch of the all-new Indian Chief, Polaris Industries insists that they have a lot planned for the years ahead for new Victory models.

7 Responses to “4th Of July. Victory Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary.”

  1. 1 Rodent Jul 4th, 2013 at 9:02 am

    More importantly, today is the 50th Anniversary of the release of the iconic film “THE GREAT ESCAPE” with the greates motorcycle sequence ever shot.

  2. 2 BobS Jul 4th, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Happy birthday Victory. Looking forward to the next big thing from America’s youngest brand!

  3. 3 Woody's Jul 4th, 2013 at 1:53 pm

    A very impressive success story! Congrats to Polaris/Victory on doing what many have failed at-starting a new mototcycle brand and surviving everything from the economy to the government :).

  4. 4 Terence Tory Jul 4th, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    Tops.A Victory High-Ball is the only bike I’ve seen on the road that has impressed me for about five years.

  5. 5 roscoe Jul 4th, 2013 at 6:48 pm

    15 years isn’t very long, for how far you have got in this industry.

    Congrats Victory!

  6. 6 Matt W. Jul 5th, 2013 at 1:47 am

    When you look at the progression between the two it’s hard to believe it’s only been 15 years. At this pace one can only imagine what we will see from Polaris in 2028.

  7. 7 Doc Robinson Jul 6th, 2013 at 9:02 am

    After a bad start (I rode the very first model) Victory have come a long way indeed. I did 8000 miles on a Vision in 2008 criss-crossing the US, rode a KIngpin from the bottom to the top of Australia and back again, did big miles on a Cross Country on bad roads in the north of Australia which totally sold me on their suspension and had a High Ball on test which I rode through three states in a week of touring. Last August I and rode a Cross Country from LA to Sturgis and back via a roundabout route. I found very little to criticise about any of them. Bullet proof comes to mind and it will be mighty interesting to see what they have in mind for future models.

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