If you haven't spent much time on a bike I suggest buying something smaller and less expensive to start with. You'll notice in classifieds that many people buy bikes, ride them a few times and sell them with less than 1K miles on them. Some people just can't get comfortable with the risk; they have a couple of close calls with cars and decide that bikes are not for them -- then they lose their @$$ when they sell them.
Find a cheap 650 - 1100 and get some miles on it. When you're ready (and confident) sell it and buy the Victory of your dreams. This way you may only be out a couple hundred $$ and you don't lose your @$$ pursuing a dream that turns into a nightmare. If you do it right you may actually make money on the cheap bike.
Retired USAF, IYAAYAS!
2008 V-Star 1100 Custom Bobber project
2011 Crimson XR with Forged Highway Bars / Hard Bags / Passenger Backrest, Ness parts including Smooth Layback Plate Frame/Mount / Rad 3 Mirror / deep cut grips / drivers floorboards /shifter peg / brake peg / passenger pegs. Witchdoctor black rack, Lloydz filter / timing wheel / VFC III, 7Jurock windshield, Drag Specialties seat.