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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-24-2012, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
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Don't think this has been posted before.
If it has, my apologies.

http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/fea...n/viewall.html

Can't say I disagree with anything they said.

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Great review. I agree with everything they said except about the trunk support being ugly. I like the trunk and its support look great. I saw a guy on a white CCT the other day, such a beautiful bike. It's probably the only bike I'd get off my Vision for.
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Great review. I agree with everything they said except about the trunk support being ugly. I like the trunk and its support look great. I saw a guy on a white CCT the other day, such a beautiful bike. It's probably the only bike I'd get off my Vision for.
You are 100% correct.
I read another review where an "industrial looking" trunk mount was a criticism. I disagree.

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Nothing in cruisers handles like the Victory Cross bikes. The Tour (and its siblings) have a magical balance of quick, low-effort steering, positive feedback, and rock-solid stability (even in high winds).
I love that quote from that article. It is basically one of the main reasons why I bought the XC. Love the handling!

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Don't think this has been posted before.
If it has, my apologies.

http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/fea...n/viewall.html

Can't say I disagree with anything they said.
outstanding kotor glad i got to read the review makes me feel smarter than i really am

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