Victory High Ball

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The fifties all over again.

Seems the bare-bones-black bobber is the styling flavour of the month, as Victory introduces the High Ball.

A matte black finish, ape-hanger handlebar, shorty front fender and 16-inch white walls mounted on black rims define this Wild Ones throwback.

Victory didn’t skimp on the powertrain, using the ultra-torquey, long-stroke 106 Freedom V-twin, mated to a six-speed gearbox.

Claimed dry weight is 300 kg (659 lb), though it won’t be hard holding it up at a stop with its super-low 635 mm (25 inch) seat height.

Canadian MSRP is $15,059 and the High Ball should be in dealers in April.

More info can be found on Victory’s website.

1 COMMENT

  1. Victory riders can once again say eat my dust.. 106 cu inches of screaming power on a 659lb bike.. should be able to leave the HD attitude far far behind ….Victory motorcycles converting one american motorcycle group member at a time … and ladies now there is power to go with a 25 inch high seat… my heart is beating faster already…

  2. I was hoping for something a little more innovative. Nice price point though. I believe Harley’s pulling the Cross Bones out of the line up for next year so maybe this will take it’s place.

  3. U.S. MSRP for the High Ball is $13,499 … with our dollar essentially at par with the U.S. greenback, why the $2K diff in price?

    Nice Bike though!

  4. Could someone have a word with the ‘powers that be’ at Polaris/Victory and get them to hire some new designers ?
    I swear they build some of the fugliest motorcycles on the planet…

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