I was very excited to pick up my new 2014 Cross Country. I have had it for a week and it has rained almost every day since the day I rode it home. Today I received a call from Northway Sports saying that they received a "Stop Sale. Stop Ride" notice from Victory for bikes within a certain VIN range. I am the lucky guy who got one in that range. So I have to stop riding the bike because apparently the crank shaft may seize up and cause me to crash. Better yet, they haven't even received the service bulletin yet so they don't know how to check my bike or how they are going to fix it if there is a problem. And they said they don't know when the bulletin will be sent out. So I have an $18,000 bike sitting in my garage that I can't ride. I have owned Harley, Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki motorcycles (all used) and I literally never had a single problem with any of them. Not a good first experience with Victory and I don't think I'll be a return customer.