It is no secret to us that there is a demand for performance motorcycles from an American manufacturer. It doesn’t have to be a race replica, but it does have to be stripped bare to the essence of an engine and a chassis doing their job together. Harley has something like this in the XR1200X, but we think there are plenty of consumers looking for something that goes a little further in terms of engine performance and light weight. Frankly, we feel that a production performance motorcycle from Victory is something that could fill a significant niche in the market. The recently announced Victory Judge looks in that direction, but it won’t go far enough for some people. This is where the latest creation from Zach Ness, the Victory Ness Cafe comes in.
The Victory Ness Cafe is explained in detail in the video below, but essentially it is a Victory Judge on steroids with a whole bunch of weight removed, ground clearance added and suspension upgraded . . . not to mention cafe racer bars and custom bodywork/paint.