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Just got my 2012 Cross country tour a month ago. I love this bike.
I used to ride a lot but stopped for 20 years to raise my sons.

so sorry, i waited so long! i had a vulcan this summer and test drove a lot of other bikes. I knew a Victory was the one for me. I have been lurking here and already picked up some good information. I thought it was time to Join..

Thanks for letting me join.
 

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Welcome new guy! :)
You realize it's illegal to withhold pictures... lol
 

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Illegal?

Welcome new guy! :)
You realize it's illegal to withhold pictures... lol

Well i would not want to do that! i bought this 2012 as a left over. i wanted the pearl white and could not find a used one. when i realized the CCT only came in pearl white in 2012, i pulled the trigger!

she came with a decent deal, the veterans rebate, and about $1000++ worth of already installed chrome for free! (front and rear fender chrome, passenger hold bars, luggage rack on the tour pack. I am not sorry!!

 

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Oh wow, that white is sharp! It's the second most comfortable color next to that Boardwalk Blue ;)
 

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Nice bike, course i'm prejudiced as I have the same one. Haha
 

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Black is faster?

LOL, Touche! cheers

black is also cheaper, i never understood why black paint was $1000 cheaper than other colors.

now I know why. it is faster !
 

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Welcome to the site 40caliber.
Black is cheaper so that the owners can afford to buy all of that extra wax. It shows even a light layer of dust, which means daily washing and thus water usage, yet another expense. I love my fast black bike but cannot afford to keep it looking good. I just get it nice and shiny for special events.
 

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Welcome to the site 40caliber.
Black is cheaper so that the owners can afford to buy all of that extra wax. It shows even a light layer of dust, which means daily washing and thus water usage, yet another expense. I love my fast black bike but cannot afford to keep it looking good. I just get it nice and shiny for special events.
I've tried a million spray detailers. A few work quite well.
 

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OldMan, Martlett, chicago mike!! hmmm, where have i seen you all before???;)

see you in the funny papers.
 
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