Buck Doe: How's the resale going for all you assholes that bought Victories and bad mouthed Harley ? That's what happen when you buy a bike from a company that make everything else. Go buy an Indian it's really a Victory anyway. LMFAO
Steve Neal: my 1995 FLHT was my FIRST HD...STILL have it! Had MANY others, built customs for Sturgis and from dirt to baggers, to 70s Kz1000 and VMAX beasts... my 2014 Victory Cross Country IS my all time favorite! I went in to buy a Road Glide SE and the dealer asked me about Victory! Followed them but never rode one! after riding both, at 6'4"225, stck CC is so much more co fortable than all of my HDs i ANY config...and just gets better! Performance, handling with exception of buffeting/rider minimization, my VIC has beat them ALL! OF COURSE, she will be cared for and rebuilt maintained just like my HD! TWO bikes that are to be iconic in American history! Ride to enjoy, not to impress! Miles means smiles! No matter the choice of YOU, HOPE to shake hands, share beverages and meet/ride with good folks!
Tom C: 28 minutes of awkwardness.
Stray Cat: i am a life long harley rider ( still ride Pans) but the Indian Chieftain is the best cruiser i have ridden... (havent riddent he Victory yet)...
flacoface: Too muchy talky. Hoping to see a true comparison.
Clark N: Kawasaki is the best motorcycle America makes good trucks but Japanese bikes are the best everyone knows that
Clark N: Harley Davidson ride them a mile push them the rest
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!
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.
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Jpegwun: Do you still consume nuts & seeds? If so, how much daily? I find it easy to get 1 tbsp flax a day and hard to Just eat 1 oz of nuts a day which is what Dr Joel Fuhrman recommends..I can def overeat nuts so easily.. Buck Doe: How's the resale going for all you assholes that bought Victories and bad mouthed Harley ? That's what happen when you buy a bike from a company that make everything else. Go buy an Indian it's really a Victory anyway. LMFAO DontUDareBSourwah: omg somebody come shake me I mustve slept 2 years this is without a doubt a classic!!!!! Ashleigh Watson: can you do an updated version of this video ? Hannah B: love this check out my progress KX36: Often scopes won't just be displaying a single frequency waveform. If you have a 100kHz square wave with 10MHz ringing on it, and you're triggering on the 100kHz, you should be able to zoom in on the 10MHz ringing and have the hardware counter count the lower frequency its triggering on while the software counter will try to estimate the higher frequency based on the ringing that you've zoomed in on. If you need a reliable result on anything other than a simple waveform which spans the whole screen, use cursors to measure time between peaks paulie 4x: Say Heah Oh Capt. my Capt. To this day I regret I didn't buy the Los Stroud Wetterling when I had the chance at a very good price, Then I watched the price go up because of demand. But nothing is lost because I did get a decent Axe made instead of the Stroud. I had a House Axe made after I was researching axes and not knowing the little bit I know now. I had a Iltis Oxhead 5" thin faced head hanged on a 19" White Hickory Handle. I know alot laughed, Because they said the head should of gone on a longer handle. But for transportability, A more compact size is what I was looking for. I knew the weight of the head would make it work good enough for my unter on how I was to use it, And no regrets, I use the Axe Tap technique which make short work processing firewood down to the kindling, I also had a G. B. Small Forest Axe, Then I got the three sizes of Estwings and I was successful with them, Infact I even got the Double Bit Hatchet which is one of my Fav's. But then I also got into on person carry and my 2Hawks Double Bit Hatchet and my WarBeast Tomahawk hit the spot perfectly, Infact my first impression of the Double Bit Hatchet which is a pretty close copy of the Double Bit Hatchet Nessmuk used for himself looked tiny, But it turned out to be a lightweight that punches likes a heavyweight, It's awesome and fits right in on my solo scouting trios where I carry just a Haversack, The Warbeast is a working piece of art, It's Simply TiT's Beautiful. But in the winter, I realized the importance of a longer handle, A while back I also bought a 17" Hultafors Bruks Agdor Hatchet which I bought as a close out at a very good price for the quality, So recently when the company was selling the Husqvarna All Purpose Forest Axe at a re-enable price, I bought it on sale, Because Husqvarna is made by Hultafors Bruks which I was very happy with my Hultafors Bruks Agdor Hatchet. But for my B'Day, I got the Council 24" Wood Craft Pack Axe with the heavy duty sheath and sling, Plus the Leather protection incase you miss with a over chop it protects the handle. The 26" Husqvarna works great with speed, The Council has the weight working for it, plus the shape and angle of the head, What I like with the 26" Husqvarna is that it's lite enough that I could hand carry it even with a backpack on., Where the Council has a nice carry system with a sling. Yeah, I knew last year I was eventually go longer on my Axe handles, And it appears to be just in time to get some practice time before the Cold weather season, Job well done.