2015 – 2017 Victory Gunner Review

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Victory’s Gunner brings modern, V-twin performance and a fresh take on the classic Bobber  look. Essentially unchanged between 2015 and 2017, the Gunner carries the Freedom 106/6 mill that pushes it into the power-cruiser category with 100-plus pounds of grunt and a top speed upwards of 130 mph. It needs every bit of that power to compete against the other big U.S. players; Harley-Davidson and Victory’s sister under the Polaris umbrella and longtime H-D foe, Indian Motorcycles. As the new kid on a very tough block, Victory bills itself as the American Performance brand, a brave moniker if you aren’t prepared to back it up. Let’s see what Victory has in store for us in its base-model cruiser, ya’ know, other than the monster V-twin.

Design

Victory Gunner

The Gunner attempts to hail back to the custom Bobber/Gasser styles that saw everything non-essential removed, and everything that remained cut down to a minimum. Right off the bat we have a cut-down front fender that is made to look even more insignificant by the fat front tire and blackout fork sliders.

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