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Sidecar for Victory Cross Country Tour

You may want to give these people a call. I have not used them but hear good things.

Perry's Motorcycles & Sidecars
Street: 816 South Sylvania Avenue
Fort Worth, tx 76111-1168
Phone: (817) 429-9922

Sunman,
I know Motorvation Engineering at Sibley, IA makes sidecars for Victory bikes. Sibley is located only 33 miles from Spirit Lake, IA where the Victories are made. I have Motorvation's Formula II LTD on a '98 Valkyrie, requiring a sub frame. You probably do not want to ride your Victory to Sibley to have them mount the sub frame and the sidecar, but they'll know what you need for a sub frame which will work on your bike and any of their sidecars. Google Motorvation Engineering and take a look at what is available.

I picked up my rig last Friday at Sibley where they did work on my electric lean control, windshield, and vinyl top in preparation for this summer's riding. It was a joy to ride back home on it.

Tax Man - 5/14/2014 5:05 PM

Sunman,
I know Motorvation Engineering at Sibley, IA makes sidecars for Victory bikes. Sibley is located only 33 miles from Spirit Lake, IA where the Victories are made. I have Motorvation's Formula II LTD on a '98 Valkyrie, requiring a sub frame. You probably do not want to ride your Victory to Sibley to have them mount the sub frame and the sidecar, but they'll know what you need for a sub frame which will work on your bike and any of their sidecars. Google Motorvation Engineering and take a look at what is available.

I picked up my rig last Friday at Sibley where they did work on my electric lean control, windshield, and vinyl top in preparation for this summer's riding. It was a joy to ride back home on it.

Thanks Tax Man. I had correspondence with Motorvation about 6 months ago and they had not yet developed a subframe for the Victory CCT. I sent them an e-mail three days ago to see if they had one available now and so far have had no response from them.

Sunman

RichardMc4 - 5/14/2014 12:14 PM

You may want to give these people a call. I have not used them but hear good things.

Perry's Motorcycles & Sidecars
Street: 816 South Sylvania Avenue
Fort Worth, tx 76111-1168
Phone: (817) 429-9922

Thanks Richard. I will give them a call.

Sunman

46u - 5/14/2014 11:42 AM

Just a thought how about trying to give Texas sidecars a call. They are 5 miles north of Leonard, Texas. Not sure how close that is to you. Web site.

http://www.texassidecars.com/index.html

I do not know anything about their hacks maybe some one here knows more about them.

Thanks Jay. I contacted Texas Sidecars about 6 months ago and they did not have anything available for a Victory CCT. At the time they suggested I contact Motorvation. I did and they had nothing available at the time. I sent Texas sidecar an e-mail three days ago and Motorvation also but to date have not had a response from either one.

Sunman

I saw this picture of one but know nothing about it.  I know it's a ways away but call Claude at freedom sidecars in Pennsylvania.  He builds a lot of custom stuff and is a dealer for most manufacturers and can build mounts.  I also believe Hannigan will do custom setups in Kentucky.

 

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Thanks Foodog. Neat looking rig.

Sunman

That is a neat looking rig. Definitely has "matching lines."

Lee Summer Grove, LA R1100GS/CSM Sidecar, Burgman/Texas Ranger, Zuma 50F, MB5, TW200, CRF250L

I wish I knew more about it. I have a buddy that is a big Victory fan and rides a Cross Country. I happened to see that one night surfing the web and saved the picture because it was so unique and I loved the headlight and the lines. Good luck finding something and that vision on eBay is a good deal. I rode one a few weeks ago and really liked the riding position and handling.

That is a beautiful rig.