'99 Victory V92C
I LOVE this bike! I traded my 750 Honda Shadow Ace for it. I knew my husband and I would like to take long trips and I thought the bigger bike would be great and it is! It is a little heavier then the shadow (which I loved to ride too!)therefore making it not as easy for the wind to push around. It corners very nicely. I am looking forward to many years of traveling with this bike!
06 Victory Kingpin
by Lisa Heath
It is an 06 Victory Kingpin 100CI Freedom V-Twin with 6 speed overdrive transmission
2010 Victory Crossroads
I stated riding again after 30 years. In June of 2009 I started riding on a Honda 750 Aero. In November of 2009 I fell in love with a Kawasaki 900 LT. After riding 17,000 in 2010 I decided I wanted to move to a larger bike. I had my mind set on the new 2011 Victory Kingpin but my husband encouraged me to try the Cross Roads.
2004 Victory Vegas
In my opinion, the Victory Vegas is a great bike for women. This is my second bike. My first bike was a 2007 Honda Shadow VLX - another great bike for a woman, especially a new rider like myself. And one who had not ridden a motorcycle before. I found after riding my Honda for 2 years that I really needed a bike with a little more power (so I could keep up with my husband on his Harley and Aprilia sportbike). While it does the job when he rides the Harley, I simply enjoy my ride when he decides to accelerate and have a little fun.
2009 Victory Kingpin Low (Lowered)
by Kate Roark
I started riding 2 years ago, My first bike was a Yamaha V-star 650 Classic Cruiser. Great Starter bike but couldn't keep up with the Vics in altitude. I graduated to the Victory Kingpin Low and had it lowered 1.25 inches lower to accommodate my 4'10" height. The Kingpin is a lot smoother than the V-star, better balanced and and a lot more powerful with the 1637 cc V-twin engine. I took a 3100 mile trip from Vegas to Montana, on to Sturgis and home via the front range of the Colorado Rockies. I really recommend this bike for women of shorter stature. Safe riding. No matter what you ride... remember to keep your favorite bike "Shiny Side Up"!
Live to Ride, Ride to Live
by Lisa Heath
06 Victory Kingpin 100CI Freedom V-Twin with 6 speed trans with overdrive.
Kate's Victory Kingpin Low
Kate "Hot Cherries" Roark from Las Vegas, NV, on her Victory Kingpin Lowered Low. Kate is 4'10" tall and had her Kingpin Low lowered an additional 1.25 inches to accommodate her size. This pic was taken on Beartooth Pass, MT at the 2009 Victory Motorcycle Club National Meet in Billings, MT.
2006 Victory Kingpin Touring
This is my first bike, a 2006 Victory Kingpin Touring. I started riding in 10-2007 and have put about 17,000 miles on it, mostly weekend rides. Only occasionally ride to work, due to helmet head. I was 45 when I started riding, wish I had started much earlier in life.
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