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Leaked Victory Sketches Show Awesome Looking Bikes

Here are leaked images from Victory that show three different modern and edgy motorcycles. These motorcycles could end up running on a liquid-cooled v-twin engine around 1731cc, and a 1.8-liter injection.

These three sketches are reportedly created by Salvador Gonzales, designer at Victory's parent-company Polaris, Ryan Black-Macken, an ex-Volvo designer and former Harley-Davidson employee Richard Christoph. Apparently, another more traditional-looking cruiser sketch was also spotted, signed Greg Brew, Victory's design chief.

Which of these sketches do you like best?





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2nd side profile shot is what it's all about, just love that whole fluid design, flows so nicely



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I like that one too. The line of the bike on top flows so nicely. I'm guessing that all these bikes are going to use the same Victory engine that is in every other Victory bike if they get built. It certainly looks like from these sketches.
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I'm actually a fan of all three, but unfortunatel its still the same frame and same engine, regardless of the tins its still the same, sameeee....
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I'm actually a fan of all three, but unfortunatel its still the same frame and same engine, regardless of the tins its still the same, sameeee....
How would you rank them from the one you like the most to the least? Do you favor any one over the other?



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I think I prefer the third one best. I like the simple round headlight and I also like the long exhaust pipe.

I would choose the second one second and the first one third (did you get that? )

I don't like how angular and jagged the first bike looks. The smoother flow of the second and third designs are more my style.
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Interesting, i love the 2nd one, can't get over how smooth it's body lines look, loving the flow of it.



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Interesting, i love the 2nd one, can't get over how smooth it's body lines look, loving the flow of it.
I'm just not as much a fan of how the headlight looks on the second one. It looks like it has a bit of a hood on it. I think the headlight should stay as simple as possible.
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I'm just not as much a fan of how the headlight looks on the second one. It looks like it has a bit of a hood on it. I think the headlight should stay as simple as possible.
I guess you like more old school styling, i like it cause it just flows with the rest of the bikes design



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cool stuff

looking forward to see what comes out of this



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