As we learned when we took the 35th V92C for a 6000-mile jaunt a year ago, Victory did its homework before it cranked up the assembly lines. The V92C's riding position is among the most comfortable of any cruiser, and the counterbalancer has squelched any propensity to vibrate. The most serious problem we have heard of with any V92C occurred with our own test bike, which broke a belt at the dragstrip after 6000 hard miles. (In retrospect, the belt may have been a victim of the gravel roads the Victory had to contend with during part of our cross-country trek.) Except for one, all other complaints we've heard have been about minor problems, so it appears Victory has produced a solid first effort. With the experience and refinement that production and user feedback produce, future models could be impressive indeed. Our first ride of the company's second model, the V92SC, has us salivating.