Victory, the Minnesota-based manufacturer, has launched two more aggressively designed models this year- All new Cross Country and Cross Roads. The bikes powered by106 cubic inch V-Twin deliver 92 hp and 109lb-ft torque, and their 5.8-gallon fuel tanks with 1.0-gallon reserves let the rider do his thing on the road. The touring-oriented Cross Country retails for $18,000 and dons a large fork-mounted fairing that incorporates digital multifunction display instrumentation, alongside an analog speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, battery charge meter, and an iPod ready audio system. The Cross Country has a 26.6-inch seat height, which is the lowest in its class.
The Cross Roads is priced at $16,000 and is equipped with a removable Texan windshield that helps in minimizing wind buffeting. Both the models feature Four-piston, dual 300-mm disc brakes and their saddlebags have a total capacity of 21.3 gallons which is 70% more than the Yamaha Stratoliner and 25% more than the Harley Davidson Street Glide.