It's not really that hard to find, Harley's sold that is. Look it up.why didn't they have Victory or Indian bikes sold.
Have to wonder if Harley is concentrating on the foreign market and letting the american market just take care of itself.
We all know that anything new will get a good buyer's market.
Back before Victory Harley would always post how many models were sold. Now its all % and no figures
After reading your reply I noticed your "sig"-line....What are vinyl closeouts ?As mentioned earlier in this thread, a large number of motorcycle buyers go for the name and not how the bike fits them how easy it is to service, etc. The large majority of HD owners bought a HD because that is what their buddy rides and they would be embarrassed or shunned for riding anything else. I see it with some of my own friends and family members and it is sad IMO that people can be persuaded so easily. The same thing is going on with Indian which is good for Polaris but no so good for Victory IMO. Now that riding season is in full swing here I have seen dozens of new Indians. I was even at the local Jap dealership getting parts for my enduro rebuild and saw two old guys with Indian hats. I asked them which model they got and they both said they don't own one but they like them. Sound familiar, advertising for something that you don't even own? I like to get the most I can for the least amount of money. I test rode every big bike that was made in 2012 and the Cross bike was the only one to fit my long and lanky frame. The plus side was it was also the cheapest of all the bikes I was looking at.
I'm almost 6'2" (not quite, MAGS would get mad at me ) and that is the primary reason I chose the Vic. Super comfy without the need for after-market forward controls. Handling and rarity were a very close 2 and 3.At under 5'10" I don't even feel the need for highway pegs due to all the room on the floorboards.