Victory Motorcycles has introduced its brand new Judge model at the recent 2012 Motor Bike Expo in Verona, Italy, but the actual model wasn’t there.
Apparently, they will proceed with the official unveiling of the Judge on European soil at a different event, but in order to help us to pass the time while waiting, the manufacturer has also decided to anticipate the unveiling by releasing an official video and a massive photo gallery of its new model.
The Judge is obviously a typical American V-Twin cruiser, but in comparison to the rest of Victory Motorcycles’ range, the new model sports a pretty distinctive 16″ 5-spoke wheel at the front that – in combination with its Dunloop tyres with white writings – somewhat brings to mind the very first American muscle cars.
Other significant aesthetic features include a new round-shaped head lamp and LED technology for the rear, placed right at the end of the saddle on the rear mud-guard.
The model is powered by Victory’s signature 106 cubic inches (1,737 cc) V-Twin engine.
The unit should be more effective on the Judge because of the riding position, which makes the bike more like a cruiser than a classic chopper.
When defining bikes like this one, some people describe them as a ‘power cruiser’, or even ‘roadster’, but in case of the new Judge we would prefer to go for a more straightforward ‘muscle bike’.