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As one of the world's foremost manufacturers of cruising motors, Victory is a firm favourite in the UK and once you have ridden one of these beasts you may never want to go back.
Since its birth in 1998 – as the brainchild of Polaris Industries – Victory has picked up a number of accolades and has well and truly made the leap across the Atlantic from its native Iowa to roads across the UK.
As a registered dealer of Victory bikes, P&H Motorcycles can be your first port of call for any parts or accessories you need.
Victory motorcycles stand out from the crowd
Victory motorcycles were designed for the long-haul rider, who likes nothing more than spending a whole day or even several days in a row out on two wheels.
Guaranteed to give you a smooth cruise whenever you head out on the open road, these vehicles also boast ample storage space, making them the perfect touring motor.
However, you will know that the two wheels you end up investing in very much depends on what you want to use the vehicle for – but luckily you are spoilt for choice with the Victory range.
The touring selection – made up of the Vision Tour, Cross Roads and Cross Country – each boasts more than 20 gallons of storage space – while the 8-Ball Cruisers are the ultimate raw, true American V-Twin.
However, it may be the Custom cruiser 2011 range – with no less than 97 horsepower across the line – a Muscle cruiser like the Victory Hammer or Victory Hammer S, or something from the limited-edition Ness Signature series that really catches your eye.
Kit out your motor with Victory accessories
There are countless
motorcycle parts and accessories with which to kit out your Victory, from seats, backrests, grips and pedals to chrome fittings and even travel covers.
As you no doubt know, nothing can put a damper on your day more than finding out that you need a replacement part before you can hop on your two wheels again.
But thanks to the range on offer from Victory, you should have very little trouble getting back on the road quickly.
And because there are so many accessories as well, you might want to make sure you have the whole Victory range!
Find all your Victory motorcycle parts & accessories
P&H Motorcycles stocks all of the motorcycle parts and accessories you could possibly need for your Victory – along with those for bikes by other manufacturers.
Indeed, we are the largest stockist of motorcycle parts in the whole of the south-east so we're sure to be able to provide you with any of the bits and pieces you need.
We pride ourselves on only offering the genuine article to our customers, so whether you want something for your Victory, Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Ducati, KTM or Yamaha, we will get you the 100 per cent authentic item.
Our online ordering systems are linked directly to the manufacturers so it is easy for us to get the parts you need, while our experienced staff are also happy to help with any queries you may have.
So, whether you need something for your motorcycle following its routine maintenance and service or you want a bolt-on accessory, visit P&H Motorcycles today.
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