Victory Motorcycles to Contribute To Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Of America for Every New Motorcycle Sold Until July 6th

victorylineup is celebrating the Fourth of July, a special date in Victory brand’s history, and honoring the men and women of the armed forces by making a donation to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) for every new Victory motorcycle sold between June 30-July 6, 2014.

Victory will contribute $50 for each new Victory sold during that period to the IAVA, which is dedicated to empowering and assisting the military veterans who have served in recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. “It’s an honor to celebrate our nation’s birthday by supporting the men and women who protect our freedom.” said Steve Menneto, VP Motorcycles for Polaris. “We admire their contributions and sacrifices, and appreciate the work done on their behalf by the IAVA.”

is also making a donation to the IAVA based on Victory owner participation in the V2V Relay, a relay ride in which riders trace the old Victory Highway from coast to coast. This year’s V2V Relay is running from San Francisco to the Maryland Shore, and it will follow tradition by ending on the Fourth of July, Victory’s birthday. Victory is making a donation to the IAVA based on Victory owner participation in, and their social media tracking of, the 15th annual relay.

As part of its support for military personnel, veterans and first responders, currently offers these individuals $1,000.00 off the cost of a new Victory motorcycle. Offers vary and exclusions apply. Complete details are available at

The Fourth of July is a special day in Victory history. On that date in 1998, the first Victory motorcycle rolled off the assembly line in Spirit Lake, Iowa. Every Victory motorcycle in the brand’s 16-year history has been built at the Spirit Lake final assembly plant where a dedicated crew of employees built that first production model on our nation’s birthday.

features premium cruisers, baggers, and touring models that provide riders with industry-leading performance, comfort, style, cargo space, and reliability. Also available is the new 2015 Victory Gunner, an uncompromising cruiser with bobber style.

9 Responses to “Victory Motorcycles to Contribute To Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Of America for Every New Motorcycle Sold Until July 6th”

  1. 1 cook06vegas Jul 1st, 2014 at 10:51 am

    AWESOME! I am proud of Victory and pround to own, love and ride a Victory!

  2. 2 tundra Jul 1st, 2014 at 12:13 pm

    Very nice gesture all the way around….

  3. 3 Mike Jul 1st, 2014 at 12:53 pm

    It is a nice gesture, but come on $50 donation on bikes that sell between $14,000 and $25,000? How about at least a 3 digit donation, like $100.

  4. 4 richard Jul 1st, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    Good for victory.. Every little bit counts.

    Question….I see they make a distinction between “baggers” and “Touring”. Touring models have trunks and bagger models do not. For 50 years, I have always used these terms interchangeably. Have I been wrong about that???

  5. 5 BobS Jul 1st, 2014 at 6:31 pm

    Mike, they are making a 50 dollar donation for every bike sold, a per mile donation for every rider participating in the V2V. The brass at Victory and Polaris are Vets, rest assured this is no token effort, by the riders or the company. Props to Victory.

  6. 6 birddoggie Jul 1st, 2014 at 8:03 pm

    I’m with Richard. Bagger and Touring I always used interchangeably. Meanwhile, kudos Victory! Long live Victory and Indian.

  7. 7 Peddler Jul 2nd, 2014 at 7:42 am

    As BobS pointed out Victory Motorcycles a per mile donation to Wounded Warrior Project for every rider participating in the Victory Motorcycle Club’s Coast-To-Coast (Independence Day) Motorcycle Relay known as V2V (Victory-to-Victory). The direction altermates each year and the relay runs along US-40 which is known as the “Victory Highway.”

  8. 8 Blackmax Jul 4th, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    Agree with cook06vegas & tundra….
    An excellent gesture on Polaris / Victory’s part
    I’ve said it before, this company seems to “Get it” !!!!
    They seem to pull off pretty good promotions time after time after time.
    Great Job, Victory !!! (And, Hats Off to Mr. Pandaya, whom I’m sure had something to do with it)

  9. 9 Doug Jul 4th, 2014 at 7:26 pm

    Great news, but 1/3 of 1% really . Even with the per mile , I’m sure they can do better. Just hope someone runs with the idea. Gd start

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