Azzkikr Custom Baggers Entering The Victory Market With New Custom Parts

azzkikr11After working since its creation on the custom Harley market (bikes and parts), Phoenix shop Azzkikr Custom Cycle is now entering the custom Victory market with a new venture called Victory Lane. “We are adding new custom parts all the time and hope to establish ourselves in the Victory market like we have in the Harley touring market. Victory Motorcycles is a great brand with a growing following and we are proud to be a part of the movement towards greater choices in the American touring motorcycle market” says Azzkikr CEO Len Edmondson.

azzkikr2azzkikr3As shown on the artist rendering above, Azzkikr will offer Victory “WASP” bodywork parts like stretched saddlebags, fenders & side panels and complete builders kits for Victory baggers. Also individual custom parts like floorboards, “Gorilla” handlebars, “Replica” wheels, air suspension systems, rake kits, bags lids, etc. You can already order or reserve some on these parts at Victory Lane.

24 Responses to “Azzkikr Custom Baggers Entering The Victory Market With New Custom Parts”

  1. 1 Dan Kessling Jan 23rd, 2015 at 9:31 am

    Wow. Bodywork looks very cool. For a solo ride…

  2. 2 BobS Jan 23rd, 2015 at 9:33 am

    Welcome to the party!

  3. 3 Sharkey Jan 23rd, 2015 at 9:53 am

    American touring motorcycle market? Some really cool looking bikes, based on touring models…
    Economy must be turning; these are extremely expensive motorcycles.

  4. 4 hk Jan 23rd, 2015 at 11:19 am

    Thank you for the post cyril ,best information resource on the internet PERIOD .

  5. 5 SIGFREED Jan 23rd, 2015 at 11:19 am

    There is nothing more nauseating than the cartoonish bagger clan. It is freeging motorcycle heresy!

    That aside, Victory (and Indian for that matter) has the underpinnings of a good touring machine – something that can directly compete with the Japs and Europe.

    If I was Polaris (which I am not) I would merge the Victory and Indian brand (most of the time they in one showroom in any event).

    Then have three primary lines:

    1. A V-Twin power-cruiser – call it the ‘Indian Victory’; build on the Vic Judge etc. Have something that emulates the Euro-dragster (for the boulevard queens); but they are all performance oriented. Merge the best of the 111 and the 107 technology and make one super performance V-Twin. Let Harley focus on the choppers and bobbers (eg the Wide Glide, Street Glide, Fat Boy, etc) – they have the lineage and you will NEVER beat that).

    2. The Scout. BUT make the Scout more of an American Cafe Bike. Again – do not be obsessed with hunting HD by model (the Sportster in this instance). Build a unique brand.

    3. A specialized touring line. Let this be the line that carries the ‘Indian’ name in its purest form – the flagship line. Buy out MOTUS and optimise the V-FOUR as a performance touring motor. Eg make a bike that can tick over at 150mph all day long and keep up with sportsbikes in the canyons – something that will run with the BMW K1600GTL (but perhaps with a more traditional look).

  6. 6 Joshua Jan 23rd, 2015 at 11:25 am

    Custom builders and aftermarket parts vendors owe a lot to Polaris because Victory & Indian create brand new markets for them. Harley, Indian, Victory are there to stay. Great for all of us.

  7. 7 JohnyLetGo Jan 23rd, 2015 at 11:30 am

    Nice body parts. Excessive for some tourers, but still very cool.

  8. 8 x H-D Rider Jan 23rd, 2015 at 12:36 pm

    I would want one very cool

  9. 9 hk Jan 23rd, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    @sigfreed thank you for letting us know what everyone else tries to convince us of . Big wheel baggers are the market to be in ,we make a living from it

  10. 10 morpion Jan 23rd, 2015 at 4:16 pm

    i am not a victory fan but this a very nice job,,,

  11. 11 Chris Jan 23rd, 2015 at 4:58 pm

    Mad respect for the folks at Azzkikr. Beautiful work, keep it up.

  12. 12 Blackmax Jan 23rd, 2015 at 8:25 pm

    Welcome to Mr Edmonson & the Azzkikr crew.
    One more to get on the bandwagon, and why shouldn’t he ??
    The entire Ness family are on board, as are John Shope/Dirty Bird ,
    Brian Klock & numerous other luminaries in the industry.
    Face facts, Polaris (Indian / Victory) is here to stay & thank goodness they are !!!!
    Every action they take pushes H-D to improve their product or lose more market share.
    Got to love what the future looks like !!!
    Looking forward to seeing more of what you bring to the table !!!

  13. 13 B. D. Jan 23rd, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Blackmax has it right. The competition keeps the manufacturers on their toes, and this is good for everybody.

    Do you think the Japanese companies would have ever gotten where they are if there weren’t four of them competing against each other? Competition improves the breed…

  14. 14 Anthony Jan 23rd, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    Sick custom parts … gotta get my vanilla ride re-fitted with something interesting like the body in the first picture!

  15. 15 nicker Jan 23rd, 2015 at 9:48 pm

    Certainly the rendering is a cool design exercise.
    Would make a great tea-shirt…..
    A caricature.


  16. 16 Zenaldo Jan 24th, 2015 at 12:38 am

    Yikes…thats pretty scary looking…Im sure it’ll power through the canyons in the Rockies just fine…

  17. 17 JackS Jan 24th, 2015 at 8:56 am

    That body work looks like a wasp. Nice name. Cool design. Just curious, what would be the max lean angle on that bike?

  18. 18 Boomer Jan 24th, 2015 at 11:46 am

    I’m fairly sure this bike would have an air ride suspension allowing it to sit way low when parked and higher when actually being ridden. Everyone has seen bikes that actually park right on its belly without a need for a kickstand.

  19. 19 James just another Kiwi Jan 24th, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    I was bought up in a time when customising a MotorCycle was stripping them down,applying paint and chrome, making them go faster (cause we always wanted to beat the Jap Crap).Adding decent brakes because HD hadn’t discovered them yet. What’s happened ?

    Dinosaurs, the bikes and the riders…

  20. 20 Sharkey Jan 24th, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    Not dinosaurs, just eclipsed by the nouveau riche expressing themselves.

  21. 21 nicker Jan 24th, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    “… nouveau riche expressing themselves …”

    Seems that paying someone else to create your “expression” is a fairly lame way to go through life.


  22. 22 hk Jan 24th, 2015 at 10:30 pm

    @james just another kiwi . respectfully what does paint and chrome have to do with fast ? I still live in times where fast bikes are meant to be fast and chrome or paint has nothing to do with it .

    Those bikes and riders are not dinasours they still get built everyday .But ust like lamborghinis ,pick up trucks and 3 wheels hot dog carts exist There is a market for everything and one thing cant be everything to everybody .

  23. 23 Pop Jan 25th, 2015 at 11:41 am

    Pop is sticking with the music and the motorcycle customizing cues from the lost decades of the last century. They put a smile on my face then and still do.

    I don’t recall ton up riders or barn find restorers defending their rides much. They know what they have. Can’t say the same for bigwheelers. Seems like they too often try to explain what doesn’t require explanation.

    You can count on the old saws that classics are forever and fads are fads.

    By the by, my go to ride is a Vic bagger… currently.

  24. 24 805fxdx Jan 27th, 2015 at 11:48 am

    Bike looks good sitting there. I actually like to ride further than the corner bar. The bike would beat the hell out of you on a good road trip.

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