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Victory Motorcycle Owners - Australia and New Zealand


Victory Motorcycle Owners - Australia and New Zealand

This forum has been made to create a community for Victory Motorcycle owners in Australia and New Zealand. Within this forum you can discuss and connect with fellow Victory Riders, share photos and be informed of upcoming exclusive owners events.

Location: Australia and New Zealand
Members: 346
Latest Activity: Aug 12

Discussion Forum

Victory Error Code List??

Started by Glen (Minjin) Wintle Apr 20, 2017. 0 Replies

Hi All,Does anyone have or know how to get a list of the Victory Error Codes?My 2010 XC has come up with 5 codes, namely:520193 - i think this may be the idle air control?I still have my 02 sensors…Continue

Road Trip To Alice Springs

Started by brian ross. Last reply by Ross Goddard Sep 8, 2016. 42 Replies

Anyone interested in doing a road trip to Alice springs. leaving late august back by Fathers day. stopping at places such as Mildura, morgan, Burra, Ayers Rock, coober pedy, ect. come all the way or…Continue

Melbourne Octane Saturday- 18th June

Started by Victory Motorcycles Aus & NZ Jun 14, 2016. 0 Replies

The Octane has finally arrived in Australia and this Saturday will be your first chance to ride this beauty at Victory Motorcycles Melbourne!Octane test ride spots are limited, so register by calling…Continue

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Comment by Chris W on February 14, 2016 at 11:36pm

Victory Brisbane  are great, I can't speak highly enough of the staff, management,salesmen and  their mechanics, in particular Rob who looked after  my bike after a big bull arab dog rammed my front wheel sending me and my Vegas sliding down the road.

He is a wealth of knowledge on Victory motorcycles.

In the over two years Ive been dealing with the crew at the Brisbane shop they've gone out of their way to look after me.

Also its fantastic that they organize regular rides up through the hills around Brisbane, up to the sunny coast hinterland, down south to Kyogle, and most recently to Canungra.

Victory- We Ride!

Comment by Colin Snowden on February 13, 2016 at 3:00pm

The new X-1 is really only new in paint work, did it come from the Gunner? If you are going to change a model do more than paint. Cosmetic only, when has grey been "Stealth" try a triple black look, loose all the chrome, go for a contrast in paint, have the X-1 symbol (Skull) embedded in the derby set etc. Get some thought into the design, not just paint.

Comment by Colin Snowden on February 13, 2016 at 2:56pm
Comment by Robin May on February 1, 2016 at 3:29am

So I went for a ride today, all the way in to Melbourne stop at Victory and get the new sensor and have a wander round the shop while the bike to cools down so I can fit the speed sensor. If I were looking for a new bike between the Indian and the Victory, Victory wins.  Bike cool and new sensor in and I love riding my bike, its as good as sex.

before Xmas sensor $180.00  after Xmas  $235.00,    from U.S Victory dealer $120.00 AU    +  $25.00 AU shipping      Ouch it hurts to be a Australian

Comment by Alan Teese on January 31, 2016 at 11:37pm

It's quite interesting that the melbourne and Sydney operations are getting these comments as owning my bike since 2010 i was always envious of you guys. 

Brisbane never backed there riders ( even if i did like and appreciate Rob ) like you guys down there but i have to admit that in the last couple of years the Brisbane branch has got some good staff. I do all my own work on my bike and they have no problem giving me advise and helping me.

Maybe the tied has turned and it's our turn to get that customer friendly service.

Comment by Colin Snowden on January 31, 2016 at 1:58am

Victory sales ride on the backs of the owners Australian wide, customer satisfaction is the highest of all brands. Hence if you turn over staff it will go unnoticed by those outside the Victory circle. When you read about the involvement Victory has in the community and events in the USA, they will never compete here. Shit when I brought my 1st Victory I was told so many wonderful stories about the Victory ran events etc, Ahhh yep still waiting to find out what that meant. Rides are organised by the riders, annual tour is organised by the riders with Victory support. you never see their "Super" star Victory patrons at the rides, but they are happy to accept the bikes .The news letter has gone????we used to have a riders area in the store in Melbourne-Gone. When you compare the layout of the Indian side the poor cousin in Victory is very obvious. I think Polarise overall has dropped the Victory ball to concentrate on the new age Indian. In saying all that, I would not sell my Hammer, performance and quality, performance and quality. Ride one and you'll own one.

Comment by Phil on January 29, 2016 at 10:12pm

Victory /Indian have a revolving door policy,plus they hire car salesman who know jack shit and fuck all about product and service,Sydney has lost a lot of good staff,and currently have a great salesman in Greg,and their apprentice,who I believe is the longest serving employee there,Tell's you a lot about the company values in my book,until they get bike salesman,and people who want to help rather than play on their iphones and waste sales leads,they are doomed to the scrapheap of sales

Comment by Suzie on January 29, 2016 at 1:59pm
I have to agree with Rob Dixon. The Brissy guys are always happy to help. Robintino is always a wealth of knowledge when I have a mechanical question.
Comment by Colin Snowden on January 29, 2016 at 4:29am

See the Melbourne store has again changed managers with Darrell moving on, seems to be staff over worked, not enough focus on the little things that can bring a business down. Looks like as long as the Indian is selling no need to worry about the Victory side of the business. Every few years there is instability by changing management, Darrell was the glue in that place, will be interesting to see who jumps into the ejector seat next.

Comment by Rob Dixon on January 28, 2016 at 4:57pm

In my experience, the Brisbane showroom and Service people are excellent. They always call back, are always attentive and honest in their dealings with me.

They've consistently been better than any other motorcycle organisation I've dealt with over the years.


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