Victory's High-Ball cruiser features their Freedom V-twin powerplant and offers a stylish minimalist option, here's our video review... Test by Jeff Ware Photography by Kris Hodgson

We recently tested the Victory High-Ball for a week and absolutely loved the beast. Loads of grunt, fantastic exhaust note, tough stance and that blacked out look all made the experience a good one. Here is Jeff’s video overview of the bike, full report on the way. Our Victory Octane test is here.

2017 Victory High Ball - Bike Review (82) copy

2017 Victory High Ball - Bike Review (78) copy

Victory High Ball Specifications

Victory Motorcycles Australia

Price: From $20,990 ride away

Warranty: Two-year
Colours: Suede Black with Silver Pinstripes

Claimed power: N/A kW[hp]@rpm
Claimed torque: 143Nm[106ft-lbs]rpm
Dry weight: 304kg
Fuel capacity: 17L

Engine: 106 Cubic in Freedom V-Twin, 1731cc 50-degree four-valve single-cam V-twin, 101 x 108mm bore x stroke, 9.4:1 compression, air/oil cooled, wet multi-plate clutch, EFI with 45mm throttle-body, slash-cut dual exhaust system, belt final drive, six-speed gearbox.

Chassis: Steel backbone, steel swingarm, alloy triple-clamps and controls, 32-degrees rake/170mm trail.

Suspension: Monoshock rear with gas shock, 75mm travel, 43mm conventional forks with 130mm travel

Brakes: Single 300mm semi-floating rotor and four-piston caliper (f), 300mm semi-floating rotor and two-piston caliper (r), conventional master-cylinder (f) and rear. 

Wheels & Tyres: Dunlop D421 White Wall tyre, 130/90-16in (f), 140/90-16in (r), spoked wheels. 

Wheelbase: 1647mm
Seat height: 635mm
Overall length: 2372mm
Overall width: N/Amm

Instruments: Single central clock style display with analogue speed and digital rpm/multi-function display, white face background, chrome surround. 


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