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I just traded in my 2010 KTM RC8 for a 2011 Ness Vegas #64 and loving it! I dont like riding sport bikes on the street anymore and i just feel its a waste of a bike having it on the street. I am very happy to be apart of this community and looking forward to having some fun on this awesome bike!

 

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Welcome..

I just traded in my 2010 KTM RC8 for a 2011 Ness Vegas #64 and loving it! I dont like riding sport bikes on the street anymore and i just feel its a waste of a bike having it on the street. I am very happy to be apart of this community and looking forward to having some fun on this awesome bike!

Welcome..cheers
Hope to make friends with you, I am also a new member.
 

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Welcome to the Victory Forums! I'm from the Spokane area.
 

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I forgot to mention..i got a lot of flack for trading my rare sport bike for a cruiser but I felt like i made the best decision. I have always loved Victory bikes and I feel cruisers are better for the street.
 

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I forgot to mention..i got a lot of flack for trading my rare sport bike for a cruiser but I felt like i made the best decision. I have always loved Victory bikes and I feel cruisers are better for the street.
Ya gotta ride what's right for you and to heck with what others think. I assume you left high school and the stupid peer pressure thing behind you a long time ago. I swear that a lot more guys would be riding Victorys if it wasn't for their caving to peer pressure. And now, a big, wet welcome from Portland. Enjoy the riding sitting upright!
 

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Don't sweat the flak; it's your bike and your decision!

Thank You for your Service! Enjoy WA; there's a lot to offer around there. Not only am I retired AF but I'm an AF brat too and grew up on Fairchild, Medical Lake, and Spokane. If you want flak, tell people you graduated from MLHS...
 

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Ya gotta ride what's right for you and to heck with what others think. I assume you left high school and the stupid peer pressure thing behind you a long time ago. I swear that a lot more guys would be riding Victorys if it wasn't for their caving to peer pressure. And now, a big, wet welcome from Portland. Enjoy the riding sitting upright!
No i am actually 32. I have been riding for about 3 years and started on sport bikes because they interested me. I decided after a couple of years that it wasnt for me and swapped over to cruisers. A lot of my friends told me I should have picked up a BMW touring bike but they are not my taste.
 
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