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Haven't purchased a Victory as of yet, started out looking at a highball, now the choice is between a Cross Country and Cross Roads.
 

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Boy, it ain't the work that tires you out. It's all them decisions.
 

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Haven't purchased a Victory as of yet, started out looking at a highball, now the choice is between a Cross Country and Cross Roads.
Thats quite the switch.. lol... I really like the looks of the CR LE myself unless the batwing is what your after... Maybe because it looks so much like my TC... hehe Anyway, good luck on your search and keep us posted or ask questions...

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Here's my predicament, I want a bike agile enough to run around metro areas, and also to able to make runs of 400-500 miles without getting beat up by the road conditions, weather, etc.

Take a look at this
of an angry fellow after a Victory purchase.
 

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Here's my predicament, I want a bike agile enough to run around metro areas, and also to able to make runs of 400-500 miles without getting beat up by the road conditions, weather, etc.

Take a look at this video of an angry fellow after a Victory purchase.
Mine runs straight but it sure does sound like a log wagon hitting bumps.. I think all the plastic parts bump together


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Thanks for the reply Milesx, how long have you had the cross country? Is the CC your first Victory?
 
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