Victory couldn't let that other fellow American motorcycle manufacturer have all the new-product fun now, could it? The new 2010 Vegas Limited Edition was recently unveiled at the New York Motorcycle Show, and it appears that there's a new torque-rich power cruiser on the market vying for your hard-earned dollars and straight-line thrills.
Victory's Freedom V-twin has long been a formidable and powerful mill, and the Minnesota-based manufacturer has reportedly managed to squeeze a few more ponies out of the 106-cubic inch twin. According to Victory, the new 106/6 engine is fitted with Stage 2 cams, bringing output to 97 horsepower and 113 pound-feet of torque.
Color options will include Fire Ball Red, Competition Yellow, Pearl White or Turbo Silver for the price of $15,999. Notable exterior bits include the side-mounted 106 race plate graphic, color-matched frame and swingarm and blacked-out forks and drivetrain.There will only be 100 Vegas LEs produced in 2010, and ordering will be available from January 22 until February 15.