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Earlier this summer I bought a used 2012 Cross Country. I’ve been very pleased with the bike and am looking forward to the forum’s advice.
 

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Btw not necessarily new to riding or forums and would love to help out wherever I can. From central Indiana. Thanks
 

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Welcome to the forum from Elmvale ON Canada....

I'm sure you'll love the new ride look forward to seeing some pics!

Ride Safe,

Rob

 

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I’ll post pics as soon as I figure out how lol. All forums can be a little different but I’m sure I’ll figure it out
 

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A soggy welcome from the Pacific Northwet. Where do you call home. Nice choice of bike and yes, we are here to help. The going rate for our help is $45/hour. Strangely, no one has paid. :)
 

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Welcome from southern Indiana!
 

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You will find lots of info here and lots of help. Most of it is right. LOL
 

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Also from central Indiana. Welcome to the forum. :)
 

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Welcome from Southern Oregon, enjoy the bike and always keep the wheels on the road.
 

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Thank you all for the welcoming. I am from Shelbyville In. My past bikes I rode were a Honda Shadow Ace 750 and a Honda VTX 1300. Both were great bikes. I only got a Victory CC because I was kind of bored with the VTX. Also I wanted a full fairing with radio, factory hard bags, and 6 speed. Plus I have wanted a Cross Country since I first laid eyes on one when they came out. So far I really have nothing to complain about I really enjoy the bike. I don’t plan on doing too much to it because the previous owner had done about everything I would have wanted to. Possibly upgrading the speakers further and if I could find an elusive trunk.


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Thank you all for the welcoming. I am from Shelbyville In. My past bikes I rode were a Honda Shadow Ace 750 and a Honda VTX 1300. Both were great bikes. I only got a Victory CC because I was kind of bored with the VTX. Also I wanted a full fairing with radio, factory hard bags, and 6 speed. Plus I have wanted a Cross Country since I first laid eyes on one when they came out. So far I really have nothing to complain about I really enjoy the bike. I don’t plan on doing too much to it because the previous owner had done about everything I would have wanted to. Possibly upgrading the speakers further and if I could find an elusive trunk.


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Sounds like you are away to the races with your new ride...awesome...trunks are hard to find there are a couple of Facebook groups that are related to Victory have a look on there....to edit your sig go to Tools, User CP

Ride Safe,

Rob
 

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Thank you all for the welcoming. I am from Shelbyville In. My past bikes I rode were a Honda Shadow Ace 750 and a Honda VTX 1300. Both were great bikes. I only got a Victory CC because I was kind of bored with the VTX. Also I wanted a full fairing with radio, factory hard bags, and 6 speed. Plus I have wanted a Cross Country since I first laid eyes on one when they came out. So far I really have nothing to complain about I really enjoy the bike. I don’t plan on doing too much to it because the previous owner had done about everything I would have wanted to. Possibly upgrading the speakers further and if I could find an elusive trunk.


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Also came from the VTX world. Actually still have that. :)

Trunks run $1500 on Facebook. Usually one posted every week. The hard part is getting the color you want but if you wait long enough you should see one.
 
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