What do the MC clubs ride now that we have a choice?
I was curious if the clubs still adhered to Harleys only now that there is another American mfg.
After half a century riding Harley-Davidsons, Barger - an Army veteran who was raised during World War II and taught to buy American - now straddles a bike from a different U.S. manufacturer: a 2008 Victory Vision he purchased for $1 from legendary custom builder Arlen Ness.
There isn't suddenly another American manufacturer. Besides the 15 year history of Victory, since the 80's there have been a couple dozen S&S and Revtech boutique builders and a slew of unique builders: Indian, Ridley, Confederate, Boss Hoss, Excelsior to name a few.
Victory is crafting a page in the history of American motorcycling. What it isn't is the only other chapter in the book.
Cross Country Tour.
We can't help it
We just keep moving
It's been that way since long ago
Since the stone age chasing the great herds
We mostly go where we have to go
Met a Hell's Angel member last year and had a great conversation about his new love. 12 High Ball. #4 bike in his stable and to date his favorite to ride. Says its more comfy than his SG. Loves the black and white theme. This dude was every bit of 6' 6" and 275lbs and fit that HB like it was made for him.
2011 Cross Country. D&D's wrapped - VM1DR cams - PC5 - LLoyds high performance filter and ATS (Adjustable Timing system). Power output 115HP/115FTLBS tuned by KMC. Klock Werks flip shield - RF/PBR300x4 amp - Hertz HCX 6.5's - Victory 6X9 Magnum Lids - Victory XM - HMD Black Pull Backs with Victory performance grips. PIAA Led3 driving lights. accessories from Arlen ness - Witch Doctors - Noemtz Designs - Kuryakyn. Blacked out treatment powder Coat by PPC Stuart fl.