New Victory High-Ball Spesification

New Victory High-Ball Spesification has added a new model to its lineup, the High-Ball. The manufacturer unveiled the low-slung bike in New York prior to the opening of the NYC stop of the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows.The High-Ball is a 1731cc V-twin with 113ftlb torque and 92bhp, a classic bobber style which combines adjustable ape-hanger bars, minimal bodywork, whitewall tyres, spoked wheels and matt black paint.

The bodywork features the Victory Vegas signature raised spine running the length of the bike atop the fenders and the tank.The fuel-injected SOHC, 8-valve, Freedom 106/6 V-Twin motor is counter balanced and said to deliver 97 horsepower and 113 ft-lb of torque.There is also a long list of optional accessories to personalize your High-Ball, a lot of them having been originally designed for the Victory Vegas model.The High Ball will be available at your dealership end of March. A custom version by Roland Sands was also introduced this evening.

Unique among Victorys is the High-Ball’s adjustable handlebar position that allows a rider to hang ‘em high in true ape hanger style, or rotate the bar into a lower, laidback setting. Victory says all that’s required to reposition the bar are simple hand tools, while control cables and presumably switchgear wiring are already setup to accommodate either position.Victory isn’t the first big brand to the ol skool motocool party. Harley Davidson delivered the Cross Bones in early 2008, reaching into its own heritage for design inspiration, with touchstone features like a springer front end, bobbed fenders, blacked-out motif, chubby tires and solo springer saddle that recall Harley’s post-war past.