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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Row of the Victory motorcycle concepts in the end of 2015

Victory Motorcycles closed the year of 2015 by showing their last motorcycle concept which uses a pre-production 1,200cc engine named 'Victory Combustion Concept'.
2016 Victory Combustion Concept built by Zach Ness and has debuted in the New York City Progressive International Motorcycle Show 2015. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1UmAkse)
The concept was built by Zach Ness of Arlen Ness Motorcycles in Dublin, California. Motorcycle concept shown on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at Unions Garage, Brooklyn, New York, as well as the first appearance in public in New York City Progressive International Motorcycle Show. Zach Ness is the grandson of an American famous motorcycle builder, Arlen Ness.
Left side view of 2016 Victory Combustion Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1UmAkse)
Earlier, Victory has been show off the 'Victory Ignition Concept' that built by Urs Erbacher of Switzerland. The Ignition Concept is displayed at EICMA 2015 in Milan last November. The bike concept is also built with Victory pre-production 1,200 cc engine.
2016 Victory Ignition Concept built by Urs Erbacher and has debuted in the EICMA Show 2015 in Milan last November. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Pa6iZC)
Both motorcycles, the Ignition and Combustion Concept are driven by new machine being produced. This machine will be used by the models produced and launched by Victory Motorcycle in the year of 2016. The engine is a 1,200 cc liquid-cooled 60 degree V-Twin with four valves per cylinder..
Right side view of 2016 Victory Ignition Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1TKfP87)
"This new engine offers the most versatility in American motorcycling," explains Motorcycle Product Director Gary Gray. "Both of the concepts, Ignition and Combustion, are intended to show what this motor is capable of in very distinct, visual forms. While the bikes are different, the powertrain is capable of delivering the performance in both cases." *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORCYCLEDAILY]
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