An offshoot of Polaris Industries, manufacturers of snowmobiles and ATVs, Victory was launched in the late 1990s to serve the booming cruiser marketplace. It now toils in the shadow of the mighty Harley-Davidson, but its products in some ways surpass the Motor Company with their high style and competitive prices.
Following Polaris’ decision to shut down Victory Motorcycles, we speak to Steve Menneto, Polaris VP of motorcycles about where the company goes next.
As Polaris pulls the plug on Victory Motorcycles, we take a look back at our ten favorite Victory bikes from the company’s 18-year history.
Polaris Industries is shutting down Victory Motorcycles as the brand struggles to establish market share. Polaris will focus its resources on Indian instead
The MO staff heads into the American Southwest in search of ghost towns.
Victory is reducing its European market product line-up to just four
Peace, love and understanding is what we’re all about here at MO, man, and on this excellent junket to the great Midwest, we made some serious
Each of these urban sport cruisers is a winner if it’s the one sitting in your garage
Victory revealed a new electric sportbike prototype featuring an all-new
Tthe very idea of the Magnum X-1 is contrary to stealth in any form.
Whether or not its the bike you wanted Victory to build, we think the Octane is a very good motorcycle.
On February 29, 2016, the official stunt team for Victory Motorcycles set their sights
To the riders who like this feet-forward style of sportiness, give the Victory Octane a serious look
Victory Motorcycles unveils the 2017 Octane, featuring an engine inspired by the manufacturer’s Pikes Peak racing project.
When Victory Motorcycles announced in mid-October that it would