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I would like to emphasize that the Vegas is not a bike for a novice. It's a powerful bike, with a quick throttle response that could easily get away from an inexperienced rider.

I have an '05 8 Ball; we did everything to it that Victory later did to make the "Low" model. The exception is the narrower side panels only because they weren't even thought of. And mine is the 1502cc/92ci power plant.

The year I rode her to Sturgis, I remember talking with one of the design engineers about what we had done to mine and the need for something designed for the inseam-challenged. I'm glad they did.

Carol King
Tulsa, OK
Monday, April 13, 2009
Editor Response
Victory is known for really listening to its customers and taking that information and incoporating it into new designs. Seems the reps in Sturgis really listened to you.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Good write up. Wish you had actually riding experience of the lower Victory.

The Victory sounds like something that would fit me well and be a comfortable longer distance bike. Thanks for the excellent article.

Joan Jennings
Hillsville, VA
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Editor Response
We got our hands on the Vegas Low finally. You can read our review at this link:
http://www.womenridersnow.com/PublicFiles/DepartmentViewer.asp?ArticleID=1013

... or check in Motorcycle Reviews on 8.1.08 for the review.
Great article! I actually purchased my Victory Vegas Low in midnight cherry a few days ago. It's awesome. I was riding a Sportster 1200 Custom Low. This bike has a lower center of gravity, handles the turns better, has lots of power and sits you lower. Thank you for the excellent article. I just found your site tonight and love it!

The price was also perfect, about half of what you'd pay for the Dyna Screamin' Eagle. It has way more power and isn't as hot on your leg as the Dyna or Softail Deluxe. There really is no compairison to the Harleys. I'm now a Victory fan instead of Harley.

Cheryl DeWorken
Concord, CA
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
I'm excited to see a Harley alternative. I hate following the crowd. I've never been attracted to the Harley price tag nor it's styling (although the V-Rodis pretty kick a$$ - visually, anyway).

I now ride a Honda Shadow VLX Deluxe and have had three good years with her, but I think I'm ready to upgrade to the Kingpin 8-ball. The American-made part is an added bonus but definitely not a requirement for me. Hot, hot, hot!

Tammi
Queen Creek, AZ
Monday, May 19, 2008
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