Victory unveils two new bikes to compete with Harley Davidson
Victory has unveiled two new bikes, the 2010 Cross Roads and the 2010 Cross Country, both based in part on the CORE Concept bike. Both of the siblings are powered by the company’s 50-degree 106 cubic-inch (1,731cc), SOHC, four-valve, fuel-injected twin engine that churns out 92hp and 109 lb-ft of torque. Other features include adjustable handlebars, 5.2 gallons fuel capacity, and inverted fork suspension. The Cross Roads has a dry weight of 745 lbs and the Cross Country weighs 765 lbs. Aimed squarely at Harley Davidson’s Road King and Street Glide, both the bikes are priced less than their competitors. The Cross Roads will likely sell for $15,000, while the Cross Country might bear a tag of $17,000.