Dan Meredith: The engine of the Indian is just a work of art! Those heads are just awesome! 111c.i. is a grand touring size!.....I like the auto rising windshield>>>something all bike should have!
Charlotte Philippe: INTERESTING YIDEO YQ! BLINK EXAMINE WHAT'S YOUR OPINION ABOUT THAT, GU}S
jojojeep1: the market on the indian is geared to steal owners from Harley, face it , if you love Harley you love indian, so that's the way the snowmobile company is going to get Harley owners money, smart move but very rooster BLOCKING if you ask me.
Old Soldier: I have a 2014 Electra Glide Ultra Limited. Awesome bike! No question! I just road the Indian Vintage at the insistence of a friend. All I can is that Indian is here to stay. Polaris has done it's homework and has produced an incredible bike. The torque is impressive and as much as I hate to admit it, it's much better than my HD103CI. I'm retired Army and I'm loyal to all American Brands. I'm sure glad it's an American Bike. America is where I like my money to stay.
Fan Boy: I'm 6'1 and I've riden a Chieftian. I felt very cramped on it. Victory Cross Countries seem to be built for the taller rider. I'm have recently purchased one and I love my Victory Cross Country. However it is an aquired look. I can from an HD Fatbob and I loved that bike as well. Vic Cross Countries are great bikes for the price.
Marvin Scott: HD 100 years to get this far but Indian will do it in less then 10 or 12 years. They will out sell HD in that time.
MySpankster: i took out a 2015 Harley Road Glide and a Street Glide last week for 2 hour ride each....nice biukes ..liked the glide better....took a 2015 Indian chieftain and all i have to say is wow...loved everything about it....i have not ridin the Victory tour , but the way i loved the Indian i think thats the way i am gonna go...happy safe riding all
robert hill: what a dumb ass
Keith Cox: Oh, BobbyG is an idiot.
Keith Cox: For the money, the Cross country is a good bike. admittedly, not the best looking (My Chieftain is) but best storage and floorboards. Chieftain riding position is the best, most comfy, and the shifting is the most smooth, and power band is outstanding. I noticed the Cross country that I test rode didn't seem to like speed very much...it got up to speed quickly enough, but had a vibration at 80 that I found annoying. the Street glide...stumpy. not comy at all unless you're 5'9. However, great stereo. Chieftain is the best Bagger for the money.
pmh1nic: Excellent and very informative interview. I'm not a touring rider but enjoying hearing about the touring bikes and the touring experience. Thanks!
Mike Bast: I would never buy either of those , I love my 2012 ultra limited. Harley-davidson is the benchmark by which all the rest are measured.
Lee Marsh: The Victory is a pig ugly bike, looks like an American attempt at making a Jap cruiser.
Harley Rider: Why are there more Harleys sold?
Dan A: Mechanically I like the Victory! But Why is it so F-ing Ugly??? I'll Tell you why... The tank is too long and the handlebars lay back and angle down towards the rider to low. Motorcycles look better when the bars rise up at the same angle as the front forks period. Just look at the bars on the Victory's. Because the tanks are so long and the rider seat is so far back all Victory's have dumb looking handlebars. The rider position suffers as well. I like my butt to be a little farther forward when sitting on a bike. Bad geometry .
tibor t: Okay, after finishing the video. What an opinionated jackass! Acts like he's a thoughtful authority on the subject, when in reality what comes out of his mouth is verbal diarrhea.
tibor t: One man's opinion, and pretty much a waste of your time.
CaptPuget: HD didn't make the first -- or second -- V-Twin motorcycle. HD flatters two other manufacturers. Enough with the HDcentrism.
1400IntruderVS: Funny how he mentioned the spread on the sitting positions. I have sat on nearly every Harley Davidson model made in the last ten years and the only reason I haven't picked one yet is because their seating positions are fairly compact on their touring models. I am only 5'11'' and I find HD's to be a little cramped, at least every model they have with floor boards. Stranger to me are all these really big people riding these Harley's that I feel are kind of cramped for little 'ole me. By contrast most of the Victory line up seems better designed for those 5'9'' or larger. So it seems Victory are for larger folk and Indian and Harley are now best for smaller folks?
Indian Chieftain vs Victory Cross Country vs Harley Ultra Rider Review and Comparison5
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