The aluminum alloy frame consists of five pieces and houses everything from the fuel, air box, battery box, to all of the electronics. The front is anchored by a Works Performance 48mm inverted fork with carbon fiber fork covers. And despite sporting a neo-board tracker design, hefty 320mm dual discs should be more than enough to bring the 469-lb bike to a halt quickly.
The 3.2-gallon tank has a neo-board tracker look reminiscent of Roland Sands' KRV5 Tracker. Having solid brakes is a good thing, because the concept motorcycle is powered by the same engine as the 2008 Hammer. Knowing first-hand how well that 1731cc powerplant launches the Hammer off the line, I can only imagine what 97 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque will do in a bike that weighs 200 pounds less. Short, stout stainless steel Scrambler pipes
The design is raw and elemental,and the five pieces that compose the frame houses everything.shoot off the left side, leaving the right side for the belt-driven primary drive.
On the backside, a tire-hugging carbon fiber fender snugs up to an Avon tire mounted on Victory’s lightweight 18-inch X Factor wheel. A single 240mm disc will give an assist to the dual set-up on the front. And look as long as you like, but you won’t find any rear suspension. No, it’s not a softail. We’re talking one rigid ride as the rear suspension has been nixed in Victory’s move to minimalism.