Despite its generally excellent handling, the V92C does have limits on its chassis performance. Although the suspension works well on small and medium bumps, and over large, rolling surface changes, you feel the full force of big, sharp bumps, which come through loud and clear from both ends. With such good suspension compliance on other sorts of irregularities, this harsh treatment over big bumps comes as something of a shock. Especially since the Victory offers generous travel (5.1 inches up front and 4.0 in the rear), which usually means a better ride over large bumps. There are no adjustments provided to counter this condition, which we believe is the result of too much high-speed compression damping. Carrying heavy luggage or a passenger subdues the effect in the rear end, but when riding solo and unladen you learn to steer around, slow for, or stand up over large bumps.