i know thevmc.com has a canada chapter.
What is it with Suzuki Boulevards and Victories? I have a C50 Boulevard....and just purchased an '06 Kingpin....100 cu and 6 speed. Brought it up from Portland, Oregon.....and just got it registered and insured today. Absolutely LOVE IT!I went from a 2004 Volusia (Boulevard) to an 08 Vegas 8 ball.
Welcome.. And do not give up 6th gear.... It's a beautiful thing....I am headed for my third Victory. Had a KPT, sold it to get the XR. Got crashed by a cager in July. Now just pulled the trigger on a deal in AZ. Unfortunately, I could not get the deal I wanted from Cycleworks in Calgary. The sales guy, Kimble, was great. His GM wouldnt go for the deal I wanted and wouldnt counter offer either, so I looked elsewhere.....you should check out Elk Island Victory. Its a hike about 3 hours but has a good rep...... try the 40 loop through Kananaskis for a nice day ride.Hi there, I am new to the site and on the verge of becoming a first time Victory owner. Currently have a Suzuki Boulevard - but got bit by the Victory bug a year ago. I currently have my eye on an '06 8-Ball, and have wrestled with giving up the 6th gear offered by the Vegas (anybody have any feedback??). I live in Calgary and our local Victory dealership sucks to deal with - so I am looking at the private market instead. I guess for starters I was hoping to find a local chapter of the Victory Riders Association or at least see if there are other groups available in Western Canada.