The most popular custom cruiser in Victory history gets the blacked-out treatment that makes it a stealthy, understated gem. The ultimate value on the cruiser market, it delivers outstanding performance and it’s the ultimate black canvas, ready for your personal custom treatment.
The 2015 MY Victory Vegas 8-ball sports a powerful, air-cooled, 1731cc, four-stroke 50° V-Twin powerplant, mated to a manual, six-speed transmission with overdrive, which ensures relaxed highway cruising, as well as increased overtaking capabilities. A defining feature for the 8-ball model is the lightweight, cast aluminium Stingray wheels, with a modern spoke design, which gives it a youthful touch. Also, a low seat height combined with drag-style handlebars make for a classic, yet comfortable riding position, as all true cruisers should have. The engine breathes through a black-finished straight exhaust with billet end caps and the Victory Performance logo stamped near the outlet.
Classic cruiser in a modern-looking package, is the shortest description one could give the 2014 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball. At its heart lies a powerful, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin mated to a six-speed manual transmission with an overdrive function, which ensures a smooth ride, as well as enough acceleration for high-speed highway passes. The most distinctive feature on this machine is the 21" Stingray front wheel, which offers a modern and custom-like looks. Also, keeping true to the 8-Ball spirit, it has blacked-out finishes or paint on just about anything, from end to end, such as the rims, the front fork, exhaust system and even the engine accents, besides the Solid Black paint scheme on the bodywork.
The 2013 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball comes as an edgier, more aggressive cruiser, addressed to riders who like their machine to stand out in a crowd. At its heart lies a powerful, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission with an overdrive function, which ensures unparalleled power delivery throughout the rev ranges, as well as that extra kick needed for fast passes at highway speeds. A custom look is achieved thanks to the blacked-out, high-contrast Stingray wheels, as well as improved handling. Add to this a low seat height, which makes for a comfortable riding position, and the characteristic 8-Ball blacked-out look from end to end, and it's easy to understand why this two-wheeler is a favorite among Victory fans.
If you prefer a modern, edgy and dark cruiser, but don't want the big price tag that usually comes with a custom one, than the 2012 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball may be the one for you. Performance-wise, it sports a muscular, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin mated to a sturdy, six-speed manual transmission with overdrive, which ensures enough kick for fast highway passes, and an even power delivery for relaxed cruising.
As all 8-Ball models, everything on the Vegas is black, from end to end, with no trace of chrome-plating, for a modern look that is sure to appeal to the younger Victory fans. The only contrast is offered by the custom-looking, five-spoked Stingray wheels, which have black and silver spokes.
As all its other 8-Ball siblings, the 2011 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball has all of its parts covered with black paint, from end to end. Besides the gloss black paint scheme, it features a blacked-out exhaust system, frame, wheels, fork as well as the Stingray wheels, which dominate its visuals. The lowered seat height and the pulled-back handlebars offer a comfortable riding position, as well as give it a cruiser stance, keeping true to the Vegas recipe.
At its heart lies a new, muscular, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1731cc, 50-degree V-twin powerhouse mated to a six-speed manual overdrive transmission. This new engine and transmission ensure top-notch performance, whether for strolling down the boulevard or high speed highway passes.
The 2010 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball is an aggressive, modern cruise, designed to fit the taste of more younger riders, who want custom touches to their machine. It comes with a five-spoked, 21" cast-aluminium Stingray wheel, a lower seat height of 25.2", pulled-back handlebars, repositioned foot pegs, as well as a bobber-inspired front fender, which make for an unique cruiser, as well as an easy-to-ride one, no matter the riders inseam or arm length. As all the 8-Ball models from the House of Spirit Lake, the traditional chrome-plating has been replaced with a blacked-out finish, for a more aggressive cruiser.
At its heart lies an air-cooled, four-stroke, 1634cc, 50-degree V-twin powerplant mated to a five-speed manual transmission.
The 2009 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball comes as a more aggressive and edgy alternative to the usual Victory cruisers, with a blacked-out appearance. New, Stingray wheels, which are 15.7 lbs lighter, as well as a more bright LED taillight have been added, as opposed to its previous embodiments. As all 8-Ball models, the traditional chrome-plating on the forks, the wheels, the engine accents, as well as the frame, has been replaced with a more modern, blacked-out finish, which ensures this two-wheeler will stand out in any crowd.
At its heart lies a powerful, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1634cc, 50-degree V-twin engine paired to a five-speed manual transmission.
For riders with a taste for darker, more aggressive cruisers, the House of Spirit Lake has launched the 2008 MY Victory Vegas 8-Ball. As all the other 8-Ball cruisers, the usual chrome embellishments on the fork, the triple clamps, the frame and the wheels have been replaced with a more modern, blacked-out look sure to appeal to the more young among Victory fans. The six-spoked, black cast aluminium wheels are the most defining feature on this machine, setting it apart from its other siblings in the Victory Cruiser family.
At its heart lies the proven, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1634cc, 50-degree V-twin engine mated to a five-speed manual transmission.
The 2007 MY Vegas 8-Ball sports a powerful, air-cooled, four-stroke, 1634cc, 50-degree V-twin powerhouse mated to a five-speed manual transmission. It features the characteristic 21" front wheel, the bobber-inspired front fender, as well as the staggered, slash-cut dual exhaust, which all the machines in the Vegas family are equipped with. And, being an 8-Ball, almost all of its elements have been covered in an aggressive, blacked-out finish, such as the forks, the triple clamps, the cast aluminium wheels and the frame.