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2011 Victory Cross Country Review: Cory Ness Signature Edition
 

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2011 Victory Cross Country Review: Cory Ness Signature Edition

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V2Rider 09-07-2011 01:57 PM

Never could understand billet hand grips.

Buzglyd 09-07-2011 02:26 PM

I've ridden plenty of Vics and like them but the styling is so 1998. It was the heyday of HOT Bike magazine and slow races and Ness customs.

Of course, I like H-D's looks which go back to the 30s so call me weird.

Duken4evr 09-07-2011 05:54 PM

Really like the Vic Cross Country - appreciate the balance of features, power and chassis competence. Their style is fine, but I am not so swayed by that. Will probably get one someday, when I grow up...

AustinHunt 09-08-2011 03:53 PM

I really like the looks of this bike. My girl friend says I am still back in the 90s so I guess it's not surprising.. The bike seems styled about right not over the top like the Vision. Love Sturgis the girls look so wholesome! :)

Kevin_Duke 09-08-2011 08:54 PM

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Originally Posted by AustinHunt (Post 266279)
Love Sturgis the girls look so wholesome! :)

Professional decorum prevents me from making the joke I'd like to share... :wink:

Duken4evr 09-09-2011 06:31 AM

Darn professional decorum!

By the time I am done with my FZ1, it is likely that the next bike will be a Victory Cross Country bagger. Fighting it, but in the end it appears futile. Good thing the FZ1 is such a solid and reliable bike. The inevitable assimilation into touring barge land will eventually happen. No need to hurry the process though. Well maybe, if such a bike can attract wholesome women like the ones shown.

Oh, my wife would kill me for that last comment...

Kevin_Duke 09-09-2011 09:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Duken4evr (Post 266314)
Darn professional decorum!

By the time I am done with my FZ1, it is likely that the next bike will be a Victory Cross Country bagger. Fighting it, but in the end it appears futile. Good thing the FZ1 is such a solid and reliable bike. The inevitable assimilation into touring barge land will eventually happen. No need to hurry the process though. Well maybe, if such a bike can attract wholesome women like the ones shown.

Oh, my wife would kill me for that last comment...

Wholesome women have many positive attributes. Loose ones, too... ;)

yucww210 09-09-2011 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by V2Rider (Post 266221)
Never could understand billet hand grips.

ME TOO!!!!!

raw6464 09-09-2011 12:56 PM

Cory Ness? This bike looks like it was designed by Fred & Barney of the Flintstones. Professional decorum prevents me from commenting on Cory's Ness's signature justifying $25K... on anything.

Big sometimes can be hideous.. if you look up ostentatious in the dictionary... there a pix of this bike.

From South Dakota this bike should've been toured right into the Pacific Ocean.


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