American motorcycle manufacturer Victory showed up at the 2011 EICMA without actual new products but with a consistent number of upgrades of its existing models.
The main thing is that they have equipped the whole range with the 106CI engine (which stands for 106 cubic inches, 1731 cc) including the High Ball, the bobber with huge ape hanger handlebars based on the Vegas model.
Victory then offers a huge variety of new color schemes, some of which have been designed by renowned aftermarket company Arlen Ness: you can check them all out in our photo gallery.
The 106CI is a V-Twin engine with 4-valve overhead cam delivering 97 hp at 5,000 rpm and 153 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm, and in 2012 all Victory motorcycles will use it coupled with 6-speed overdrive transmission and standard ABS.
Besides, Victory’s Cross Country, Cross Roads, Cross Roads Special LE,Vision, Vegas and Hammer received some slightly modified ergonomics in an attempt to make the riding experience more comfortable.
View the full 2012 Victory line up