Victory Isle of Man TT Zero Electric Prototype Stolen Overnight
Snapshot: The iconic Victory motorcycle raced by Lee Johnson in this yearвЂ™s Isle of Man TT Zero was stolen overnight while it was on display at the Brammo Headquarters in Talent, Oregon
The iconic Victory motorcycle raced by Lee Johnson in this year’s Isle of Man TT Zero was stolen overnight while it was on display at the Brammo Headquarters in Talent, Oregon. The investigation in underway and time has yet not been confirmed yet by the officials. The thieves got away with an important piece of Victory’s motorcycling heritage. Lee Johnson attained 3rd position at the Isle of Man TT Zero this year while riding the same motorcycle.
As per the reports, the motorcycle was on display with its complete bodywork while it’s still not confirmed at what time of Thursday night the motorcycle was stolen. The Frame VIN is stamped #004 and a reward of $1000 has been declared for anyone who wishes to share any information regarding the robbery of the iconic Victory racer.. It is quite obvious that body might have been removed or over-painted till time to mask the motorcycle’s original looks. Victory says “The teams from Victory and Brammo are gutted that thieves made off with this important piece of motorcycling history, and appreciate the diligence and assistance of motorcycle enthusiasts across the country. We request in particular that those in the Pacific North West be on the lookout. We will update both the Brammo Facebook and Victory Motorcycles Facebook pages as new information becomes available.”
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