Marius, I only know of one Victory rider up in Shreveport but he sold his bike and went back to a Hardley. He kept talking about how good the bike was but was afraid he wouldn't be able to get service anywhere. I was said "Why? A Victory never breaks down." I have a good friend I met in Las Vegas a couple of years who rides a Vision who recently came and stayed with me while he was headed out to the Blue Ridge mountains. He's a big fan of Victorys. He had put over 80,000 miles on his '08 Vision and traded it in for an '11 about 14 months ago and already has 20,000 miles on this bike.
Wow, I wish I was racking up milege like that. Don't have quiet that much time to ride besides my daily commute. I think Victories are going to remain few and far between in our state because of not much support for them for now. Maybe things will change in the future, but I do like being one of very few people with a Vic ;-)