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    A shame to see Victory fall by the wayside.




    While they were no Harley, Harley is no Victory either.

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    I don't know much about the brand other than they made some really nice looking rides.

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    its a shame- if I'm not mistaken they opened a Victory dealership on Harvester Rd ( Burlington) but it didn't last too long

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    A Buddy of mine rides a Victory. Full dressed bike. Only because he owns a Polaris dealership. His words not mine, they have to many issues. Do I like the look?????yes only on the smaller bikes as the Touring looks like a space mobile, way ahead of it's time in styling. JMO

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    A buddy of mine rides a Victory not the same buddy as above. He rides it because it's not a Harley his words not mine.
    He's never had any problems yet. He loves the look the sound and the performance.
    It was cheaper than a Harley Street glide with better performance, similar styling and almost as good sound.
    I'm not sure what the closing of Victory will do to his resale value.

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