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Please go check out the women's forum at http://www.thevmc.com. You will find tons of real world experiences and women who ride these and other Vics all day long. My wife rides a Victory King Pin.

Ed H
Killeen, TX
Monday, April 27, 2009
To answer a few details I have read in a few of these comments. Bob: Victory does make a lighter clutch and it is also hydraulic. Joann J.: I understand your grief with the clutch, but just as Joann M. states that issue can be adjusted with changing the grips. Victory also makes an adjustable clutch just like the brake. It is considered an accessory but I am sure most dealers would throw it in on a deal if it was an issue.

I have ridden for years and on numerous different bikes. I have ridden from dirt to street to cruiser and yes, even scooters. Victory motorcycles is still the best bike I have ever rode. I own an 07 Victory Vegas Jackpot and absolutely love my bike. I will never own another bike!

Bobby L.
San Antonio, TX
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
I love the bike, but I have trouble with a heavy clutch. Why can't Victory make a light clutch the way Harley does?

Bob L McCarr
Deerfield Beach, FL
Sunday, January 11, 2009
What a great bike. I am a new rider, having put 13,000 km on my 500cc Kawasaki Vulcan this season. I bought a Vegas Low and she is a really responsive, torquey, fun ride. I am only 5 feet 2 inches and was really apprehensive about the size and weight of the bike, but as it turns out she is easier to handle than my Vulcan.

What a dream bike. I have no problem with the handles. The foot pegs fit me perfectly, and because of her rake, she is very nimble. Her name is Heaven!

Anne Lund
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Friday, September 19, 2008
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