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Today my favorite 'almost local' Victory dealer (Randy's Cycle, Marengo, IL) called to say he found me a zero mile, 2012 pearl white CCT. They're getting hard to find without being a demo model and now the dealer to dealer transfer is on. The Victory rebate ($750 + $500 + $50) incentives are great as is Randy's pricing, trade in policies and professionalism. I'm going from a 1999 Valkyrie Interstate and a Moto Guzzi California Vintage to the CCT.
I test rode a used pearl white CCT last weekend and really enjoyed it. It was only a 25 minute ride but I went on the interstate, two lanes and some city traffic. I was very impressed to say the least. It was everything I thought it would be and more.
So now the wait for it to arrive begins.

All the best,

Mark
 

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Ride one and you'll own one. Buy one and you can ride one, either way it's a win!

The most outstanding riding experience ever. Enjoy!

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saw one of those go by the house Sunday, was a pretty bike. If I ever decide to go newer (AKA afford) I will go after a CCT for sure.
 

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Congrats I think you will be very happy. I got a 2012 C.R. last summer. I'm amazed how much I like it. I met you at rose farm last spring. And still have my stelvio and still love it too.
 

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Congrats I think you will be very happy. I got a 2012 C.R. last summer. I'm amazed how much I like it. I met you at rose farm last spring. And still have my stelvio and still love it too.
That's awesome! I really enjoy Rose Farm Classics. I talked to him about the new Guzzi California 1400 prior to going ahead with the CCT. He agreed that the Victory package just makes sense for what I'm looking for. This will be the first time in over 30 years I won't have a Moto Guzzi. But I suspect at some point one will find it's way back into the garage.

A couple of years ago we checked out the Cross Roads and Cross Country models at Randy's. Once Victory came out with the CCT, it was all over for me. I knew that was what I really wanted. Victory seems to have done a wonderful job of designing how the trunk is installed and removed so easily. Had Honda done the same with the Gold Wing, the F6B would make more sense.

Looking forward to seeing you either at a dealer or on the road,


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saw your post elsewhere. post some pics when you get it.
beautiful bike.--irv
 

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Mark. I was alittle concerned I bought before I had a chance at a 1400 cal. But I am completely thrilled with the vic.At 6ft 4 in with bad knees pretty sure I chose the right one. Keep us posted it will be exciting.
 
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