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[EDIT, 07/28: SOLD!]

[EDIT, 07/24: SALE PENDING!]

[EDIT, 07/14: Just stuck a price-tag of $11,000 on this.]

My sunset red 2012 Victory Cross Country Tour is for sale.

Purchased new, January 2012, it now has about 35,000 miles, and is in excellent condition. The only things wrong with it are a few very tiny chips in the paint, as you would expect on the fender and fairing of a bike that's actually been ridden.

Also, there is some internal peeling, on one side of the trunk's LED light, which is noticeable only if you're looking for it. Mine is not the first XCT to have developed this cosmetic-only problem.

But that's it.


I'm selling it because of a combination of factors.

I'm 69 years old, and the bike is getting too heavy for me. If I were in tip-top shape, this might not be an issue, but I'm not, so it is. I'm now working off my second annual cortisone shot in my left hip.

Also, as a result of medical issues, my wife hardly ever rides pillion. So there's unneeded capacity there, riding solo.

Last fall, I bought a used 650 scooter (and had one before, too). For me, now, the 650 is just less effort, more fun.

Last, I could use the room in the garage.


Price, Contact, etc.:

I plan on putting the XCT on eBay in a few weeks. In the meantime, if anyone would like to make a reasonable offer on this bike, please contact me: [email protected]. I won't be checking in here from 07/15 - 07/24, but I'll try to check email.

I'm not sure what a reasonable offer would be these days, so if you have any thoughts on that, chime in.


I took some pictures of the bike this week: 2012 Victory Cross Country Tour For Sale.

It has the two pictures attached here, and 15 more.


For a history of the assorted farkles I've added over five years, see my XCT gallery. Here's a summary.


Comfort and Convenience Enhancements:

HeliBars adjustable handlebars, black ($700)

Madstad 11" light-gray windshield and brackets ($210)

Sage Brush Designs tank bib with pouch ($175)

Utopia driver backrest with quick-out option and pouch ($308)

Dain's Victory Brake Pedals "Regular Long Horn" brake pedal ($84)

Vibranators black bar-end weights ($120)

KewlMetal heel shifter ($90)

Victory passenger grab rails (part# 2877480) ($300)

BeadRider driver seat beads, ceramic ($47)


Performance Enhancements:

Power Commander V ($370), installed at Lloyd's Motorworkz, dyno-tuned ($250) by Lloyd Greer himself

Lloyd'z High-Flow Air Filter -- XC/XR ($135), installed at Lloyd's Motorworkz

Centramatics wheel balancers, front and rear ($290), installed at Zack's V-Twins in Hyde Park, NY

Lyndall Gold brake pads, front and rear (installed at 30,020 miles) ($190)

Doran 360M TPMS ($200)

Iridium sparkplugs (NGK DCPR6EIX) ($14)

Victory high-performance sparkplug wires (part# 2880797-015) ($30)


Lighting and Safety Enhancements:

Brand new (less than 100 miles) Avon Cobra rear tire; about 7,400 miles (about mid-life) on front Avon Cobra tire

Motolight caliper-mounted lights ($349), with halogen lights replaced by LED bulbs

Rivco mirrors, black frames, with front- and rear-facing LED turn signals and front-facing running-light LEDs ($250) (see Adding Rivco LED Mirrors to XCT)

Kuryakyn Sabertooth LED saddlebag run-and-brake lights, chrome ($160 (gift))

CustomLED Magic Strobes Brake Light Flasher ($45)

Stebel Nautilus dual-trumpet air horn ($50), relay-triggered, with diode protection

Brukus SaddleSecure saddlebag replacement fasteners ($38)

Headlight protective clear plastic guard, with 3M dual-lock.


Electrical Enhancements:

Electrical Connection trailer isolator and harness ($80) for Rivco mirrors installation

Victory Driving Lights Switch (part #4011317) ($25), and gasket (part# 5521757) ($3) dash-slot mounted, for control of Motolights

Powerlet Termin-8 fuse block ($45)

Victory Powerlet socket and bracket, installed by dealer, lower left front of bike.

Powerlet PSO-007 socket ($29) installed in left side cover; see Powerlet Outlet in XCT Side Cover))

3BR Panel TAPP waterproof USB port, dash-mounted ($45)

Momentary switch, waterproof, on dash, for garage-door opener ($4)


Maintenance Enhancements:

Rear-shock air-fill Schrader valve relocated through right side cover ($37) (see Adding XCT Air Shock Valve)

Speed Bleeders, all three brake calipers ($21)

Dimple magnetic drain plug ($35)


Mounting Enhancements:

Victory Clutch-side Multi-RAM-ball Receptacle (part #2877372) ($25), with two RAM balls installed.

Mounting Innovations Chrome-B-231U-Black RAM ball, black, on handlebar ($29)

RAM ball with diamond base, on trunk molding ($7)

Techmount pivoting handlebar mount ($45)

15mm photographic rail, with SmallRig 90-degree mounting holder ($10)


Cosmetic and Miscellaneous Enhancements:

CycleOpsUSA Winged-V trunk rack ($250), and useful for light trunk-top bags

Cyclemax trunk rack base washer kit ($18)

Track-stand bobbins, black, added to trunk supports for bungee or strap hooking ($18)

KewlMetal metal forked guards ($140 (gift)), painted Sunset Red by Midwest Customs ($76); this may be the only XCT with paint-matched fork guards.

Kuryakyn rear transmission cover, satin black ($100)

Metra replacement 14" flexible rubber antenna ($9)

Diamond Jim's snap-on black plastic rear brake reservoir cover ($13)

Powder-coated (black) stock brake and clutch levers.

RicZ laydown license plate bracket ($35)

Black metal license plate frame ($10)



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Bill P.

2012 XCT (SOLD) : HeliBars; Centramatics; PC-V; Lloydz air filter; 11" Madstad; Rivco LED mirrors; Doran TPMS; Stebel horn; Motolights; CustomLED trunk flasher; KewlHeel shifter; CycleOps trunk rack; BeadRider seat; Vibranator bar ends; Passenger grab handles; Powerlet outlets; Handlebar RAM mount; RicZ laydown plate; Brukus SaddlebagSecure; 14" flexible antenna; RAM cupholder on trunk; shock Schrader valve relocation.

Gallery: http://www.billanddot.com/victory-xct/

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I always enjoy reading your posts and following your links Bill. All the best to you with the sale on your most beautiful and sorted motorcycle.
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Nooooo @wspollack BILL, that's not good....

But I understand, we are all getting older and medical problems creap up to you... I remember the first time I rode my CCT i was surprised how much more heavy it was comparing to the jackpot I still have....

We will miss you dearly.....

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Someone is going to get a nice Victory with lots of good riding miles left on it.

I wish I could tell you this is a good time to sell but we all know the market has taken a dive on our bikes for now. Don't give it away though and I too will miss your in-depth and informative posts.

Did you buy a Bergman? I think you may have mentioned having one before. It's design is sure more "old guy" friendly to get on and off.

The thought of selling my XC and just keeping the KP around for day rides has crossed my mind too. Then I take the XC out for a ride like the other day and the thought goes out of my mind. Rode the KP yesterday. It's set up for solo riding only and that's the way I like it. I have never really "liked" having a passenger on my bikes for more than short rides anyway. Of course who that passenger is and how much she weighs is a factor too. Smallish women are no problem whereas largish women can change the balance enough to take the fun out of it.
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Sorry to hear about your decision to sell but I totally understand.
This year I got a pinched nerve in my neck affecting my entire left arm.
I haven't been able to put on half the miles that I wanted, but it's just a bike and that's the way it goes.
Getting old sucks.
Good luck my friend and stay in touch.

P.S. I have been wanting to ask you for quite some time now about the rocker switches you added to your windshield fairing piece. I want to do the same to shut off the TPMS in the winter. Do you have a part number or something so I can find one in Canada?
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Someone is going to get a nice Victory with lots of good riding miles left on it.

I wish I could tell you this is a good time to sell but we all know the market has taken a dive on our bikes for now. Don't give it away though and I too will miss your in-depth and informative posts.

Did you buy a Bergman? I think you may have mentioned having one before. It's design is sure more "old guy" friendly to get on and off.

The thought of selling my XC and just keeping the KP around for day rides has crossed my mind too. Then I take the XC out for a ride like the other day and the thought goes out of my mind. Rode the KP yesterday. It's set up for solo riding only and that's the way I like it. I have never really "liked" having a passenger on my bikes for more than short rides anyway. Of course who that passenger is and how much she weighs is a factor too. Smallish women are no problem whereas largish women can change the balance enough to take the fun out of it.
Yeah, I realize I'm not going to make a killing on this, what with the depressed Victory market, and that you can't recoup money spent on add-ons.

But luckily I'm not out to make a killing, either. The bike was paid off a few years ago, and I had my fun riding it, got use out of it, etc. Same thing happened with my Valkyrie -- well, except that Honda didn't go out of business, but they did drop the Valkyrie line back then -- lots of farkles, but I got my use out of it, it was long since paid off, and someone got a good deal on it.

As I say, I need the garage space, and there's just little point in having it there, if I don't ride it. I just want folks to know that it's well-equipped -- the HeliBars and Centramatics are useful to just about anyone -- so they might like it. I'll take way less than it might've sold for last year.

On the Burgman front, I had a 650 Exec, bought new in 2007, and traded in, in 2012, on the XCT. Last fall, I borrowed a friend's 2008 (neglected in his garage), and used it for a track day*. Then I bought it from him a few weeks later. I had forgotten how light the steering was, and how light the bike felt (even though, at 610 lbs., it's a lard-bucket for a scooter -- it's still 250 lbs. lighter than the XCT).

I have a Burgman gallery at 2007 and 2008 Burgman 650 Exec Scooters , which now includes both scooters.

* (My sub-gallery of my track day on the scooter, last August, is Non-Sportbike Track Day, Palmer, MA, 08-22-2016 . The last two images there have links to some Vimeo videos. Particularly in the first video -- vimeo.com/179989063 -- you can see me lapping some baggers. Props to those guys for wanting to improve their skills; not knocking them, just showing that a scooter is not necessarily a slouch.)

Cheers,

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2012 XCT (SOLD) : HeliBars; Centramatics; PC-V; Lloydz air filter; 11" Madstad; Rivco LED mirrors; Doran TPMS; Stebel horn; Motolights; CustomLED trunk flasher; KewlHeel shifter; CycleOps trunk rack; BeadRider seat; Vibranator bar ends; Passenger grab handles; Powerlet outlets; Handlebar RAM mount; RicZ laydown plate; Brukus SaddlebagSecure; 14" flexible antenna; RAM cupholder on trunk; shock Schrader valve relocation.

Gallery: http://www.billanddot.com/victory-xct/
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Sorry to hear about your decision to sell but I totally understand.
This year I got a pinched nerve in my neck affecting my entire left arm.
I haven't been able to put on half the miles that I wanted, but it's just a bike and that's the way it goes.
Getting old sucks.
Good luck my friend and stay in touch.

P.S. I have been wanting to ask you for quite some time now about the rocker switches you added to your windshield fairing piece. I want to do the same to shut off the TPMS in the winter. Do you have a part number or something so I can find one in Canada?
1) Oh, I'll stay in touch. No need for me to ignore the forums, just because I expect not to own a Vic in a bit.

I wrote a DIY page on adding Speed Bleeders to a Valkyrie 14 years ago ( Using Speed Bleeders® to Change the Brake and Clutch Fluid on a Valkyrie ), and as recently as this year I've gotten follow-up questions on it from a Valk owner. I hope to contribute here as long as I have something useful to add.

2) The rocker switches on the top trim piece, underneath the windshield, are these, from Oznium: https://www.oznium.com/rocker-switch .

They're the "Plain/Regular (No LED. Does not light up)" ones. BTW:

- There's no mention of their being waterproof, but I've had them on the bike for 3+ years, without any problem. They are in a sort of protected location, though.

- Shipping was (sigh) about the same cost as the switches (and this was to the USA).

- There's not enough room under that piece to slip on some spade-lug connectors (I tried), so you need to solder the connections.

- The second switch, the one on the right, is a place-holder, for future use (i.e., unused at the moment) and for symmetry.

3) You have a smaller bike, too, right, a Triumph, as I recall?

Cheers,

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2012 XCT (SOLD) : HeliBars; Centramatics; PC-V; Lloydz air filter; 11" Madstad; Rivco LED mirrors; Doran TPMS; Stebel horn; Motolights; CustomLED trunk flasher; KewlHeel shifter; CycleOps trunk rack; BeadRider seat; Vibranator bar ends; Passenger grab handles; Powerlet outlets; Handlebar RAM mount; RicZ laydown plate; Brukus SaddlebagSecure; 14" flexible antenna; RAM cupholder on trunk; shock Schrader valve relocation.

Gallery: http://www.billanddot.com/victory-xct/
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My sunset red 2012 Victory Cross Country Tour is for sale.

Purchased new, January 2012, it now has about 35,000 miles, and is in excellent condition. The only things wrong with it are a few very tiny chips in the paint, as you would expect on the fender and fairing of a bike that's actually been ridden.

Also, there is some internal peeling, on one side of the trunk's LED light, which is noticeable only if you're looking for it. Mine is not the first XCT to have developed this cosmetic-only problem.

But that's it.


I'm selling it because of a combination of factors.

I'm 69 years old, and the bike is getting too heavy for me. If I were in tip-top shape, this might not be an issue, but I'm not, so it is. I'm now working off my second annual cortisone shot in my left hip.

Also, as a result of medical issues, my wife hardly ever rides pillion. So there's unneeded capacity there, riding solo.

Last fall, I bought a used 650 scooter (and had one before, too). For me, now, the 650 is just less effort, more fun.

Last, I could use the room in the garage.


Price, Contact, etc.:

I plan on putting the XCT on eBay in a few weeks. In the meantime, if anyone would like to make a reasonable offer on this bike, please contact me: [email protected]. I won't be checking in here from 07/15 - 07/24, but I'll try to check email.

I'm not sure what a reasonable offer would be these days, so if you have any thoughts on that, chime in.


I took some pictures of the bike this week: 2012 Victory Cross Country Tour For Sale.

It has the two pictures attached here, and 15 more.


For a history of the assorted farkles I've added over five years, see my XCT gallery. Here's a summary.


Comfort and Convenience Enhancements:

HeliBars adjustable handlebars, black ($700)

Madstad 11" light-gray windshield and brackets ($210)

Sage Brush Designs tank bib with pouch ($175)

Utopia driver backrest with quick-out option and pouch ($308)

Dain's Victory Brake Pedals "Regular Long Horn" brake pedal ($84)

Vibranators black bar-end weights ($120)

KewlMetal heel shifter ($90)

Victory passenger grab rails (part# 2877480) ($300)

BeadRider driver seat beads, ceramic ($47)


Performance Enhancements:

Power Commander V ($370), installed at Lloyd's Motorworkz, dyno-tuned ($250) by Lloyd Greer himself

Lloyd'z High-Flow Air Filter -- XC/XR ($135), installed at Lloyd's Motorworkz

Centramatics wheel balancers, front and rear ($290), installed at Zack's V-Twins in Hyde Park, NY

Lyndall Gold brake pads, front and rear (installed at 30,020 miles) ($190)

Doran 360M TPMS ($200)

Iridium sparkplugs (NGK DCPR6EIX) ($14)

Victory high-performance sparkplug wires (part# 2880797-015) ($30)


Lighting and Safety Enhancements:

Brand new (less than 100 miles) Avon Cobra rear tire; about 7,400 miles (about mid-life) on front Avon Cobra tire

Motolight caliper-mounted lights ($349), with halogen lights replaced by LED bulbs

Rivco mirrors, black frames, with front- and rear-facing LED turn signals and front-facing running-light LEDs ($250) (see Adding Rivco LED Mirrors to XCT)

Kuryakyn Sabertooth LED saddlebag run-and-brake lights, chrome ($160 (gift))

CustomLED Magic Strobes Brake Light Flasher ($45)

Stebel Nautilus dual-trumpet air horn ($50), relay-triggered, with diode protection

Brukus SaddleSecure saddlebag replacement fasteners ($38)

Headlight protective clear plastic guard, with 3M dual-lock.


Electrical Enhancements:

Electrical Connection trailer isolator and harness ($80) for Rivco mirrors installation

Victory Driving Lights Switch (part #4011317) ($25), and gasket (part# 5521757) ($3) dash-slot mounted, for control of Motolights

Powerlet Termin-8 fuse block ($45)

Victory Powerlet socket and bracket, installed by dealer, lower left front of bike.

Powerlet PSO-007 socket ($29) installed in left side cover; see Powerlet Outlet in XCT Side Cover))

3BR Panel TAPP waterproof USB port, dash-mounted ($45)

Momentary switch, waterproof, on dash, for garage-door opener ($4)


Maintenance Enhancements:

Rear-shock air-fill Schrader valve relocated through right side cover ($37) (see Adding XCT Air Shock Valve)

Speed Bleeders, all three brake calipers ($21)

Dimple magnetic drain plug ($35)


Mounting Enhancements:

Victory Clutch-side Multi-RAM-ball Receptacle (part #2877372) ($25), with two RAM balls installed.

Mounting Innovations Chrome-B-231U-Black RAM ball, black, on handlebar ($29)

RAM ball with diamond base, on trunk molding ($7)

Techmount pivoting handlebar mount ($45)

15mm photographic rail, with SmallRig 90-degree mounting holder ($10)


Cosmetic and Miscellaneous Enhancements:

CycleOpsUSA Winged-V trunk rack ($250), and useful for light trunk-top bags

Cyclemax trunk rack base washer kit ($18)

Track-stand bobbins, black, added to trunk supports for bungee or strap hooking ($18)

KewlMetal metal forked guards ($140 (gift)), painted Sunset Red by Midwest Customs ($76); this may be the only XCT with paint-matched fork guards.

Kuryakyn rear transmission cover, satin black ($100)

Metra replacement 14" flexible rubber antenna ($9)

Diamond Jim's snap-on black plastic rear brake reservoir cover ($13)

Powder-coated (black) stock brake and clutch levers.

RicZ laydown license plate bracket ($35)

Black metal license plate frame ($10)



I can tell you my 2012 is up for sale too, similar except I have reverse, Cycle trader and Craigs list, no interest yet. Moving to 700cc similar reasons, not because of what Vic did.
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The rocker switches on the top trim piece, underneath the windshield, are these, from Oznium: https://www.oznium.com/rocker-switch .
You have a smaller bike, too, right, a Triumph, as I recall?
Thanks for the info Bill.
Actually I sold my Triumph in February to a guy in Florida, sight unseen.
He saw my Triumph videos and knew my bike was in mint condition.
He paid for everything to get it shipped to him. It worked out really well.
So I only have the big bike to ride now. I am meeting a riding buddy tomorrow to go for a short run. I will see how the arm will handle it and go from there.
Chow for now.
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I can tell you my 2012 is up for sale too, similar except I have reverse, Cycle trader and Craigs list, no interest yet. Moving to 700cc similar reasons, not because of what Vic did.
Thanks for the info, Mike. Just looked at your ad here.

So, you're asking $12,955 OBO? Er, um, looks like I'll have to undercut that (I'll give you credit for reverse, which is probably more desirable than HeliBars, etc., at least to some folks), but from what I know about you from the forums, I like you, and don't want to piss you off. You suppose there's interest in TWO XCTs, if the prices are right?

Cheers,

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2012 XCT (SOLD) : HeliBars; Centramatics; PC-V; Lloydz air filter; 11" Madstad; Rivco LED mirrors; Doran TPMS; Stebel horn; Motolights; CustomLED trunk flasher; KewlHeel shifter; CycleOps trunk rack; BeadRider seat; Vibranator bar ends; Passenger grab handles; Powerlet outlets; Handlebar RAM mount; RicZ laydown plate; Brukus SaddlebagSecure; 14" flexible antenna; RAM cupholder on trunk; shock Schrader valve relocation.

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