This is a bit of an issue for me as well, but I understand it.
Like Ammo and Al said...supply and demand. Victory being new doesn't help. Why do you think Will started Cycleops? Because there was/is a wide open market for Vic accessories. I do have this problem with the dealer closest to me. They literally have NOTHING for my bike. We're talking zero, zilch, goose egg. Any accessories or parts are all for the aluminum bikes, and even then it's pretty sparse. I'm in the same boat with my business though. Years ago I was able to stock all sorts of product. Now? Now way in cold blue hell am I going to order a bunch of parts in HOPES that someone will buy something. But this is why even online stores are taking longer than normal to deliver product. I'm guessing they don't order your order until you order it. That's a lot of ordering going on there. Also in most cases as far as the accessories go, online is cheaper...including shipping. Local stores know this, they're not stupid. They know they can't compete with online retailers so they just don't order the product. Sure they can get it for you, but then you're still paying more, and no one is paying more than they have to right now. Regardless of dealer loyalty.
Trust me man, I miss the days of walking into a shop, browsing products, and walking out with something actually in my hand. Not an order slip, not a receipt, not a shipping confirmation...but and actual product in hand. I miss the same with record stores as well. But those are vanishing too. We have no one else to blame but ourselves. We as consumers have not only gotten used to online ordering, but the majority prefer it for many reasons. That being said, the market is driving up online purchases, not the dealers/stores themselves. My closest Victory dealer is a Victory only dealer, not a multi-line dealer. They don't even stock one of each bike. As of last week they have a few Xbikes, a few Visions, one Judge, one JP, one Hammer, and one HighBall. No Vegas, no Hard Ball, and no KPs. This has been their inventory for the past few weeks, so it's not like they sold all those. Point being is the days of window shopping, or spontaneous "hey I'm gonna go pick "this" up!" type of shopping are over. At least until the economy picks back up, which I wouldn't hold your breath for btw.
Please don't blame the brand Jayson, and don't let it sway you from Vic. It's a consumer driven market. Ya you can walk into a HD dealer and see wall to wall clothes, accessories, parts, even coffee cups. But then you're comparing an 11 year old company (Victory, not Polaris) to a company that's over 100 years old, has a ginormous following, and has a TON of money behind it. Apples and oranges my friend.
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