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Thread: New Victory Boardwalk

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    IMO, the their styling dept has no idea what's going on.

    I like many of their bikes but they are making a bunch of hype over the fact that they changed the fenders. That's not enough!!

    To each their own I guess.

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    I like it, it just needs a different headlamp, keeeeeerist they need to get ride of that thing. and the turn signals are obtuse with the rest of it.
    "Too smart for the low brows, too crude for the highbrows."
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    "I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery."

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    i'd ride it

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    Makes me wish I had held off a few months before purchasing my Vic...I like it alot. And when you get down to it, what is the real difference between any bike out there other than the tins. They basically consist of a frame and a motor and then you bolt on as much stuff as you want to make it your own.

    The bike that this is adapted from is the Judge, which just came out a few months ago. So even though it's just bascially new fenders added to the Judge, the whole bike is a fairly new addition to the vic family and has a completely different look to it over the Judge. And I dig the headlight, too...gives the bike a stretched out look. Here is a first ride vid from Motorcycle USA

    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/1468/M...irst-Ride.aspx

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    I like it... If I were to go to Victory. I'd definetly drive it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaingunner View Post
    I like it... If I were to go to Victory. I'd definetly drive it.
    I know you would drive it, straight to a Harley dealer to trade it in. I cant see you on a Polaris. Have you ever drove Darrell's? feels like a Yamaha built in the USA.
    Best of luck to you and the gang on your drive to Sturgis Tomorrow morning. Look forward to seeing you guys when you get back. Drive safe.

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    Dirty. I like yours. I like this. I would just like To see more separation between the models.

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    Yeah... I'm not digging it either

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