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Victory Unveils Project 156 Pikes Peak Racer

Victory Unveils Project 156 Pikes Peak Racer

Victory, in partnership with Roland Sands Design, had been teasing it for a few weeks now, but today the duo finally unveiled the Prototype Project 156, the completely hand-built motorcycle built to tackle the 156 turns (hence the name) of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, taking place...

Published on June 4 2015, 21:07
Source: blog.motorcycle.com
 

Racing is often about overcoming challenges. Many you can prepare for; others simply aren't in the plan. The obstacles at Pikes Peak are not typical of traditional closed circuit roadracing. For me, memorizing the 156-turn, 12.42-mile course was the easy part compared to the challenge my team... 

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... 

Victory Motorcycles Press Release: The Victory Motorcycles Project 156 suffered a setback on Saturday June 13th in a practice accident on the Pikes Peak race course. Cycle World Editor and Project 156 rider Don Canet did not suffer any serious injuries, and was immediately up from the crash,... 

http://cf.c.ooyala.com/QwZWVodTozSvxWAHAgfI75EFqz-Ag2Gi/MGngRNnbuHoiqTJH4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ The next step for Project 156—shaking down the prototype Victory Pikes Peak hillclimber at Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Southern California—has been completed. And Road Test Editor Don Canet, who will be... 

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... 

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... 

After last year's DNF with Don Canet aboard Victory's Project 156 racer, Victory is going back to the mountain for the 100th anniversary of the event this year with two bikes and two riders. A new Project 156 gas racer will be piloted by former Pikes Peak champ Jeremy Toye, while Canet will...