The American motorcycle manufacturer, Victory has created a lot of hubbub in the US market by launching an all new Victory Octane at a price tag of USD 10,499. It is inspired by the Victory's project 156 bike that competed at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
In terms of design, the Victory Octane comes with new design, an all new chassis and a new engine. The motorcycle offers an aggressive look as it is featured with harder lines and sharper creases. It also gets round shaped headlight. Its chassis and engine are featured with black paint, while rest body is finished with a matte super gray color. Moreover, the motorcycle measures with 1578mm wheelbase and a seat height of 658mm. It also comes with 12.9 litre fuel tank capacity. It gives a batter balancing power as it has a kerb wieght of 240kg.
Talking about its powering, the Octane gets the power from a liquid cooled, 60 degree v-twin and 1197cc motor that churns out a peak power of 104 PS and a vertex torque of 103 Nm. The powerplant is paired to a six speed transmission. The firm claims that the bike can get a speed of 100kmph in just four seconds.
Now comes to the mechanical side, the braking duties are managed by 41mm damper tube suspensions with dual rate springs at front and twin shock with adjustable preload at the rear end. The bike runs 10 spoke cast aluminum alloy wheels, where is 18 inch front wheel and 17 inch rear wheel.