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Mich. Agency Purchases Victory Motorcycles

September 06, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Victory Motorcycles.
Photo courtesy of Victory Motorcycles.

The Warren (Mich.) Police Department has purchased eight Victory Commander I motorcycles for motor patrol.

The motorcycles have been eye-catching for members of the public and have helped community relations in the community, Sgt. Paul Kelly said in a release. The department replaced Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

Victory Motorcycles introduced three motorcycles into the law enforcement market in 2011, including the Commander I (with batwing faring), Commander II, and Vision.

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Wes @ 2/11/2014 5:36 AM

Looks good. Dismal performance.

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