Victory to introduce new Gunner mode, 'a bobber without compromise' in Chicago this weekend

Victory to introduce new Gunner mode, 'a bobber without compromise' in Chicago this weekend

Written by  on Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:06

Victory Motorcycles is about to reveal the best of two worlds, bringing an intense blend of heavyweight motorcycle with V-twin muscle and an edgy bobber style without compromise. The Victory Gunner is sure to have riders talking, heads turning, and the competition left in the dust after it is finally unveiled to the public this Saturday at noon, at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Chicago.

Until now, motorcyclists have had to choose between a powerful, comfortable heavyweight cruiser and a nimble bike for downtown rides. With the Gunner bursting onto the scene, that’s all about to change. The Gunner boasts a powerful 106ci V-twin on a full-size chassis, a lowered seat height, and lean-angle engineering that makes it ride like no other bobber currently on the market.

“Bikers have been asking us to give them a bobber with some real power – and that’s exactly what we’re giving them with this bad boy,” says Steve Menneto, Vice President, Polaris Motorcycles.  “The Gunner’s got the muscle of a heavyweight, the handling of a Victory, and it’s an awesome-looking bobber. There’s no other bike like it on the market, and we can’t wait to lift the cover and reveal it this weekend.  The Gunner offers a much-needed option for serious riders in the market for a bobber.”

The Victory Gunner will be revealed to the public on Saturday, February 8th, at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show in Chicago. The reveal will take place in the Victory Motorcycle booth at the show at noon. The public will be able to get a close look and a feel for the bike in Chicago; Gunner demo rides will be available in March at Daytona Bike Week. 

ABOUT VICTORY MOTORCYCLES

Victory Motorcycles designs, engineers, manufactures and markets a full line of cruisers, baggers and touring motorcycles. Every Victory model delivers industry-leading performance, comfort, style, storage and reliability. The first Victory was produced on the Fourth of July, 1998, in Spirit Lake, Iowa, where every Victory motorcycle continues to be produced today. Information about Victory motorcycles, apparel and accessories is available at www.VictoryMotorcycles.com

-- From Victory Motorcycles

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