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2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition Attention power cruiser-loving speed freaks: Victory took the lightest motorcycle in their lineup, the 645 pound Vegas, and pumped up its 109 cubic inch (1,731cc) V-twin with Stage 2 cams for a total of 97 horsepower and 113 ft-lbs of torque. Not bad for an air-cooled v-twin. The result is their quickest bike ever, the Vegas Limited Edition.

2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition Priced at $15,999, the only 100 of the Vegas Limited Edition (LE) models will be available for order through February, 2010, for March delivery. Orders can be placed on Victory's website. Though $500 more costly than the '10 Harley-Davidson VRSC V-Rod (with two-tone paint), the Victory edges out the water-cooled Hog by 1 lb-ft of torque. If the "other" American motorcycle manufacturer is looking to pick a fight with Harley, they've chosen an interesting niche in which to do so... now let's see if they can come up with a retort to H-D's lower-priced Dark Customs offerings like the $7,999 Iron 883 or the $10,499 Forty-Eight.

Here's a 2010 Victory Vegas Limited Edition Photo Gallery, and a rundown of the 2010 Victory Lineup.


Photos Victory
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January 22, 2010 at 5:35 pm
(1) Joe says:

Cool looking bike but with only 100 of them are the dealers going to mark them up above $16,000? Hopefully Victory will change their mind and make more then that amount.

January 22, 2010 at 7:38 pm
(2) Pete says:

Yup…very true.
It certainly opens the door for dealers to rape & pillage, but if they’re only making a 100 – and that bike turns your crank – it could be an investment.

January 23, 2010 at 9:16 pm
(3) Joe says:

They had one of these at the NY motorcycle show I went to today. On display but you couldn’t sit on it. Looks like a lot of bike but I think it’s going to be VERY hard to find one.

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