Test pics of Victory Cross Country

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  1. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  2. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  3. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  4. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  5. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  6. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  7. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  8. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  9. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  10. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  11. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  12. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  13. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
  14. The 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin has overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and dual downdraught throttle bodies, and will pull, unfussed, from less than 2000rpm to 148Nm at 4250 revs and 68kW at 4750rpm. Art-deco styling shows a distinct Ness influence.
 

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Matthews Bantsijang, wrote

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12:15pm on 20 February 2012
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Looks real...

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Anonymous, wrote

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10:16am on 20 February 2012
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Every potential Victory buyer knows it will soon be rebranded as an Indian, and they're holding back until this happy event becomes a reality. Indian has history; Victory sounds like something cheesy like in the George Orwell novel, 1984.

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