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Pikes Peak at 360-Degrees Courtesy of Victory Motorcycles

Victory Racing used a new camera system offering 360-degree coverage that allowed the team to gauge how the racers were behaving on their bikes while traversing various parts of the 12.42-mile Pikes Peak Hill Climb course.

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Victory Motorcycles Victory Racing team used various tactics in preparing to earn their places on the podium at the 2016 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) with the electric Empulse RR ridden by Cycle World’s Road Test Editor Don Canet and gas-powered Project 156 piloted by Jeremy Toye. One of those strategies was the use of a new camera system offering 360-degree coverage that allowed the team to gauge how the racers were behaving on their bikes while traversing various parts of the 12.42-mile course.

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Now, you have the opportunity to ride along with the racers and see the 360-degree video captured from both bikes:

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Empulse RR Ride

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Project 156 Ride

For more information: VictoryMotorcycles.com

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