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Used Victory for sale in KwaZulu-Natal

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2011 victory cross-country in kwazulu-natal

2011 Victory CROSS COUNTRY TOUR

R 235,000

Mileage: 9075 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: White

Engine Size: 1731 cc

2012 victory highball in kwazulu-natal

2012 Victory HIGHBALL 1731

R 189,000

Mileage: 1 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Suede Black

Engine Size: 1731 cc

2011 victory kingpin in kwazulu-natal

2011 Victory KINGPIN 1634

R 164,000

Mileage: 1 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1634 cc

2011 victory vegas in kwazulu-natal

2011 Victory VEGAS 8 BALL

R 155,000

Mileage: 1 km

Region: KwaZulu-Natal

Colour: Black

Engine Size: 1731 cc

Victory Bike History

VICTORY MOTOCYCLES
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 Harley-Davidson with their high style and competitive prices.
Victory motorcycles include the Cross Roads, Cross Country and Vision touring motorcycles, the custom models such as the Arlen Ness Victory Vision, Cory Ness Victory Cross Country and Zach Ness Vegas.
Victory Motorcycles was created by off-road giant Polaris Industries, one of world's top producers of ATVs and snowmobiles. Victory's first motorcycle, the V92C, debuted in 1997 and full scale production began a year later.
The 1999 V92C featured a 92-cubic inch, 1500cc engine, the largest production engine available at the time and a testament to Victory's strategy of producing big, powerful cruisers and tourers to compete with American motorcycle giant Harley-Davidson.
Victory is unafraid to take styling risks as it proved by releasing bold new bikes like the Vegas, Kingpin and Vision.