Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for VICTORY Motorcycles.
This division was founded in 1997 under the name Victory and the next year the motorcycles of the same name went on sale.
The first American chopper Victory was powered by a Freedom-class V-twin engine equipped with fuel injection and hydraulic valve clearance compensation.
In 2001, the first tourist modification of the Touring Cruiser appeared, based on the platform of the first Victory motorcycles, from which it did not differ much in design, but still did not remain unchanged.
The motorcycle had a rear suspension with a triangular swingarm without an intermediate arm, together with the front, they were designed for maximum comfort.
The front wheel has double-sided disc brakes.
The basic equipment also included such innovations as a windshield, platform steps and luggage trunks.
In 2002, the base Vegas cruiser was introduced with a modified Freedom engine.
At the beginning of 2005, a simplified modification of the same motorcycle appeared, under the name "Vegas 8-ball".
In 2003, a new sports modification of the Victory Vegas cruiser, called the Vegas Kingpin, debuted, which also later evolved into another innovation, namely the Arlen Ness Signature Series.
Both new products were equipped with an inverted telescopic cartridge fork with a diameter of 43 mm support tubes.