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These are a good-looking, cheap pair of sporty summer gloves. And while the price may suggest a few corners have been cut it’s actually quite hard to find fault with them. They are made from aniline leather and feel light and supple, yet thick enough to instill confidence.
Before its unveiling the Octane was hyped as the first of a new breed of high-performance machine from Victory, which has been repositioned as the brand of “American muscle” following its owner Polaris’s takeover of the more heritage-focused Indian, which also produces all-American V-twins.
What do you think of when you hear “Chinese motorcycle?” Cheap, ugly, and under-performing? Those observations would be largely correct, as the majority of Chinese motorcycles to come to these shores (that’s the United States, for our international readers) were exactly that. Let’s face it: the words “Made In China” aren’t held in high regard.