All The 2014 Victory Baggers.

BaggerGroup1For its 15th Anniversary line-up Victory is introducing 2 new blacked-out,stripped-down 8-Ball™ baggers with a very attractive starting price under $16K. All baggers are still powered by the proven 106/6 powertrain standing ready to drop all 106 ft-lb of power to the ground. The company is also launching their first ever Factory Custom Paint program on the top-selling Victory Cross Country®. Victory is also continuing their successful partnership with Ness Enterprises, this year bringing three generations of Ness together to create one custom Ness Signature Series Victory Cross Country offering more style.

CrossCountry8Ball(1)CrossCountry8Ball(2)The Cross Country 8-Ball.

Victory blew off the bling in favor of a blacked-out, murdered-out, stripped-down ride, featuring just the bare essentials for a lower price. Blacked out everywhere, from bag hinges to bezel rings.

Free of accessories for a purer ride. Sound system driven by your iPod®. Available in any color you want, as long as it’s black. 21 Gallons of easy-access, lockable, weatherproof storage.

Top performance powered by the proven Freedom® 106/6 V-Twin engine.

Smooth ride and excellent handling thanks to inverted forks, air-pump preload adjustable mono-shock and greater lean angle.

Starting at $17, 999.

CrossRoads8Ball(2)CrossRoads8Ball(1)The Cross Roads 8-Ball

A jet-black bagger with no fairing for a wind-in-your-face ride and devoid of any clutter that could get between you and the road. Blacked-out everywhere, from bag hinges to bezel rings. Like the Croos Country 8-Ball, 21 Gallons of easy-access, lockable, weatherproof storage, powered by the proven Freedom® 106/6 V-Twin engine, Smooth ride and excellent handling with inverted forks, air-pump preload, adjustable mono-shock, and greater lean angle. Starting at $15,999.

NessCrossCountry11NessCrossCountrybisNessCrossCountryQuatroNessCrossCountryterThe Ness Cross Country

Every bike comes with an original autographed photo of Arlen, Cory, and Zach displayed in a numbered frame matching the unique numbered engine plate on your bike. Diamond‑cut engine heads. trick gunfighter-style custom seat. Ness Legacy Paint. Tinted Boomerang windshield. Black front forks and tubular highway bars. Chrome handlebars. ABS braking, Cruise Control, KICKER® Speakers, and iPod® interfacing with full controls at your fingertips. Limited-edition number plate, custom seat, Diamond-cut cylinders. Chromed Engine, and Ness Legacy custom paint and graphics.


CrossRoadsBronze_14_PrThe Victory Cross Country

The Cross Country Tour is loaded with features to enhance every mile. Ingeniously designed and purpose-shaped bodywork keeps you as protected or vented as you want to be thanks to the “Comfort Control System” with adjustable upper and lower wind deflectors and sculpted hard lowers. Cruise control and ABS braking. Air-pump adjustable preload mono-shock. There is plenty of room for everything in 41.1 gallons of weather-protected storage space. 5.8-gallon (22.0-liter) fuel tank to stretch the horizons. Huge pilot’s floorboards with adjustable foot controls and adjustable-height passenger floorboards. Dual-zone heated seat and heated grips with high/low function. Three 12V power sockets. AM/FM, weather-band radio with iPod® integration and full-function controls at your fingertips.


26 Responses to “All The 2014 Victory Baggers.”

  1. 1 roscoe Jul 29th, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    Them are some nice lookin mo-sheens.
    Does the Cross Country not come with the forged crash bars anymore?

  2. 2 Josh Parker Jul 29th, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    The Cross Road 8-Ball under 16 K is going the steal all the Road King market to Harley. Great!

  3. 3 BobS Jul 29th, 2013 at 9:52 pm

    Looks like Vic’s stepping up the paint department, bikes look good!

  4. 4 Sheridan Jul 29th, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    The two 8-Ball versions look great, much better styling than the over the top Vision and nice low price points. I hope they’re a success for Victory!

  5. 5 Gina Woods Jul 29th, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    Looking good Victory!

  6. 6 Gina Woods Jul 29th, 2013 at 10:16 pm

    Still not crazy about that fairing, if they changed that design might be sweet!

  7. 7 SpokaneMac Jul 29th, 2013 at 11:34 pm

    After 14 HD’s I love my 2012 Cross Country tour. Best Bagger MC I have ever owned

  8. 8 Doc Robinson Jul 30th, 2013 at 12:07 am

    I’m riding a Cross Country Tour from LA to Sturgis and points beyond just as i did last year. A great bike, incredibly stable in high speed sweepers and with great suspension travel. Without doubt they do everything extremely well and are a great bike to eat up the miles in total comfort. Need to be ridden to be fully appreciated.

  9. 9 Brett Jul 30th, 2013 at 5:24 am

    wow, the Japanese cruiser & touring market must be sweating Victory. Anyday now Star will probably be out of business by these bikes……

    It’s funny because there are ALOT of people that believe Victory is a Japanese company. & with the styling, you can see why.

    I also find it funny how people here complain Harley is the same old same old every time they do a new bike but so is Victory. They are doing little new each year. Every Cruiser except the Judge looks very much the same. They already got rid of their High Ball bagger. & now they make it with tribal flames. Nice missing the boat on that fad.

    & Every Bagger & Touring bike except the Vision looks the same. Just some have no fairing or a windshield.

    Their look is why they will never take the share of the market they want & that is probably why Polaris bought Indian.

    I hope people hang onto their Victorys because I believe if they do Indian right, Victory will disappear.

  10. 10 Shifter Jul 30th, 2013 at 5:46 am

    2 black beauties. Congrats Victory

  11. 11 Ingham Jul 30th, 2013 at 6:08 am

    Still looking for more choices of colors!!

  12. 12 Mike Greenwald Jul 30th, 2013 at 7:49 am

    Interesting how Polaris has orphaned the Victory Vision and not included it as a bagger.

  13. 13 Motorcycle Marc Jul 30th, 2013 at 8:02 am

    Victory has sure come a long way…bikes are even starting to look good.

  14. 14 BobS Jul 30th, 2013 at 8:24 am

    Mike G they never did call the Vision a “Bagger”. The models that come with bags and trunks have always been called “Tours”. By Victory anyway.

  15. 15 Matt W. Jul 30th, 2013 at 10:11 am

    Love the new 8-ball X bikes. Never been a big fan of the Cross Country Classic but I like the new paint scheme is much better. The Ness XC is a little loud for my taste but then again much like the Harley CVOs I suppose that is the point. Not usually into busy flame schemes either but it seems to work well on the High Ball. My favorite though is still the solid black Cross Country Tour. For the price it doesn’t get any better!

  16. 16 Matt W. Jul 30th, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Brett: You going to finish those sour grapes? 😉

  17. 17 richard Jul 30th, 2013 at 10:19 am

    I try to refrain from negativity. I also understand that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. In my eye, these bikes are just as ugly as they have always been. For me, their styling dictates that nothing else matters. I would never buy anything that looks like a Fred Flintstone concoction Let’s hope they don’t radicalize the Indians.

  18. 18 Lyle Landstrom Jul 30th, 2013 at 11:43 am

    CAn you get them with lower fairings?

  19. 19 Rodent Jul 30th, 2013 at 3:15 pm

    Me think if Indian takes off that Victory will join Excelsior Henderson, Buell, Panzer, Big Dog, etc.

  20. 20 Mike Greenwald Jul 30th, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    BobS, Nevertheless, the Vision is a bagger.

  21. 21 morpion Jul 31st, 2013 at 8:14 am

    plastic assembly a la japanese

  22. 22 Robert Pandya Jul 31st, 2013 at 9:20 am

    The Victory Vision once had a verion that deleted teh trucnk – that would have been in the bagger class as the Cross Country is.

    Add the trunk to the Cross Country = Cross Country Tour = Touring class
    As the Vision comes with a trunk = Touring class.

    Now that said – deleting the trunk of on the Vision makes for one cool looking ride IMO – Arlen does that often. The bike is a steller handler. And looks different from everything – something that some people rail against, but I dig.

    morpion – the fenders and tanks on the Cross Country baggers are steel. I believe that to be the case on HD’s as well. The rest of the bodywork is a molded composit material. As I believe is the case for HD’s. It’s been a while since I rode a Harley touring bike, but I believe that for steel / molded bidywork they are pretty close. On the cruisers, the only moded pieces are the side panels – the rest of the body is steel.


  23. 23 Robert Pandya Jul 31st, 2013 at 9:21 am

    Lyle – You can order up the lowers from the Cross Country Tour. The fit the tubular tip-over bars.


  24. 24 Matt W. Jul 31st, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Morpion: I hate to sprinkle a little reality into your breakfast cereal this morning but FYI those side panels, hard bags, and fairings on the OTHER American touring baggers are not metal either.

  25. 25 Blackmax Jul 31st, 2013 at 5:50 pm

    A very nice line up for 2014
    especially 2 baggers that ae under $20,000
    Fugitaboutit !!!!!!
    Bigger bite of marjet share coming right up !!!!!!

  26. 26 izadore007 Jul 31st, 2013 at 9:49 pm

    You know, I Love motorcycles. I love the old ones and the memories that made break downs what Motorcycles were all about. Then came Jap Bikes and as they started to take the Market share. They taught Motorcyclists that break downs were really were not a part of Biking. Then came the BMW style Motorcycles and they were weird looking and they showed us that Motorcycles can be acceptable and functional and Preppy. What I am trying to say is that there is a place for Victory Motorcycles, Baggers with Fairings and w/o fairings. These American Styled and built Motorcycles are becoming more and more popular. Their “not so nice looks will grow on most of us when we see more and more Victory’s out burning Gas! I think that if we are able to try the Bikes out and I don’t mean a 5 minute test ride, I mean in Rental fleets than more and more Believers will come to agree that HD has some real Competition and they better step up their game and drop their prices a bit (which they will not do) their Loyalists wiill become Polaris Brand Clients and their Bikes offer a GREAT Alternative, and even save a few thousand for more Polaris products…..

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