by Natasha Colah
Victory unveiled the 2010 Cross Roads and the Cross Country yesterday at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. The design of the bikes has been taken from the CORE concept bike, which was displayed at the New York International Motorcycle Show.
Both the new bikes come with 106/6 V-Twin engines. The 106 cubic-inch (1,731cc), SOHC, four-valve, fuel-injected twin claims 92 horsepower and 109 pound-feet of torque. The handlebars on both bikes are adjustable and can be rotated to give the rider a more comfortable drive. The bikes come with 5.8 gallon fuel capacity. The New American Motorcycle Company hinted at the price of the bikes and said that the Cross Roads might be sold at $15,000 and the Cross Country at $17,000 onwards, however, these prices are not official.
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