Victory Reveals 2017 Model Year Line-Up

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Victory Motorcycles Reveals 2017 Model Year Line-Up

Victory Motorcycles has shared its 2017 Model Year Line-Up, revealing no major changes since the unveiling of the 1200cc Octane earlier this year but offering a few new paint schemes.

Powered by a liquid-cooled 60-degree V-Twin that produces 104 hp and 76 ft-lbs. of torque, the Octane is now available in four color schemes: Gloss Black ($9,999), Matte Super Steel Gray ($10,499), Matte Pearl White ($10,499) and Gloss Black with Graphics ($10,499).

2017 Victory Octane
2017 Victory Octane

The bike is still not available with ABS in the United States, despite being equipped with the feature in Europe. But Victory is offering an optional Stage 2 Kit that includes an air intake and 2-1 exhaust to offer 10 percent more horsepower and 5 percent more torque.

Gunner

2017 Victory Gunner
2017 Victory Gunner

The Gunner remains unchanged from previous years. It is still available in Suede Titanium Metallic ($13,499) and Suede Sagebrush Green Metallic ($13,899).

High-Ball

2017 Victory High Ball
2017 Victory High Ball

The Rockabilly-esque High-Ball gains two new color options for 2017. Choose from Suede Black with black-wall tires ($13,499) or Suede Nuclear Sunset Orange ($13,749) with white-wall tires.

Hammer S

2017 Victory Hammer S
2017 Victory Hammer S

The only Victory cruiser to carry dual front disc brakes, the fat-rear-tired Hammer S is available in Gloss Black with White Racing Stripes ($15,599).

Vegas

2017 Victory Vegas
2017 Victory Vegas

The popular stalwart of Victory’s cruiser line-up remains unchanged from last year’s tweak. It is available in Sunset Red ($13,999) with color-matched frame.

Vegas 8-Ball

2017 Victory Vegas 8-Ball
2017 Victory Vegas 8-Ball

Like the Vegas but less colorful, and unintentionally (we assume) given a name that references cocaine, the 2017 Vegas 8-Ball is available in Gloss Black ($12,999).

Magnum X-1

2017 Victory Magnum X-1
2017 Victory Magnum X-1

The mobile-disco version of one of a Magnum, the 200-watt 10-speaker-laden Magnum X-1 is available in Pearl White with Platinum overlay and Electric Red pinstriping ($24,499).

Magnum

2017 Victory Magnum
2017 Victory Magnum

A perfectly good Cross Country hit by a mid-2000s bling hammer, the Victory Magnum Is available in Gloss Black with graphics ($22,599), Habañero Inferno Orange with graphics ($23,099) and Indy Red Pearl with graphics ($23,099).

Cross Country

2017 Victory Cross Country
2017 Victory Cross Country

Still, in our opinion, one of the best bikes of the bagger class, the more-nimble-than-you’d-think Cross Country is available in Gloss Black ($19,499), Suede White Frost ($19,999), Suede Nuclear Sunset Orange ($19,999) and Sunset Red ($19,999).

Cross Country Tour

2017 Victory Cross Country Tour
2017 Victory Cross Country Tour

More than just a Cross Country with a trunk, a Cross Country Tour was the weapon of choice when Swiss adventurer Urs “Grizzly” Pedraita recently set an around-the-world motorcycling record. Now sporting LED lighting, it’s available in Gloss Black ($21,999), Gloss Blue Fire ($22,499) and Two-tone Turbo Silver and Black ($22,999).

Victory Vision Tour

2017 Victory Vision Tour
2017 Victory Vision Tour

A great bike (we rode one to Italy last year) that’s starting to feel pretty long in the tooth when compared against other tourers, the Jetson-esque Vision is available in good ol’ fashioned Gloss Black ($21,099) and Captain-America-like blue that Victory calls Gloss Blue Fire ($22,099).

Empulse TT

2016 Victory Empulse TT
2016 Victory Empulse TT

Notably listed as a 2016 model by Victory (is that a typo or a sign of something new to come?), the electric Empulse TT has a 10.4 kWh battery module that can fully charge in 3.9 hours. It is the only electric bike equipped with a gearbox – a six-speed transmission – although shifting is entirely optional as it also operates in a twist-and-go mode for maximum convenience. The bike is available in Titanium Silver with Havasu Red ($19,999).

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