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PEAK PERFORMANCE: Project 156 It's man versus mountain as Don Canet tackles Pikes Peak on a custom-built Victory, the Project 156.

PEAK PERFORMANCE: Project 156 It's man versus mountain as Don Canet tackles Pikes Peak on a custom-built Victory, the Project 156.

While seated on a flat slab of granite I caught my breath and gathered my thoughts. Looming 1,000 feet above the barren landscape around me, Pikes Peak's 14,110-foot summit and our finish line were a mere 2 miles farther up the road. My heart was still racing even though our bid for the finish...

Published on September 29 2015, 21:40
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

With racing, even under the best of circumstances, what can go wrong, will go wrong. And it all began with my flight to Denver for our first test at Pikes Peak of the Victory Project 156 prototype V-twin racebike. Storms in the Denver area delayed my arrival so badly that I ended up getting only... 

Over the past few months I've had the pleasure of being cc'd on steady email correspondence between Victory Racing and Roland Sands Design. Along the way, I've seen Project 156 transform from rough concept drawings into sophisticated CAD illustrations and now, finally, a full-on race bike ready... 

• Project 156 returns to Pikes Peak • Victory Racing's electric Empulse RR to enter the electric class • Riders Jeremy Toye and Don Canet now in preparation Victory Racing has announced its intention to field two motorcycles in this year's Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The Project 156... 

http://cf.c.ooyala.com/cxMzN5dTpVdLcqu3ahlpQFgSLEK77PTq/9PXNFW8221SuaG0X4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ Talk about climbing mountains. Project 156 was simply a notion, barely a (bitchin' Roland Sands Design) sketch on paper about five months ago, and here we were standing on Pikes Peak with a roaring metal... 

Victory Motorcycles Press Release: Victory Racing experienced some highs and lows with racing this weekend after Project 156, ridden by Cycle World Editor Don Canet, crashed in the second section of the mountain course and stopped running less than 2 miles from the summit of the Pikes Peak's... 

If there were any lingering doubts that Polaris Industries is committed to Victory Motorcycles following the parent company's acquisition of Indian, let them be crushed. On the heels of Victory launching an NHRA drag racing program and announcing the "Project 156" Pikes Peak International... 

When Victory Motorcycles announced in mid-October that it would reveal a new motorcycle at EICMA 2015, riders who follow Victory and its parent company, Polaris, knew that the bike would most likely be the production result of the company's Project 156 Pikes Peak racing effort from this past...