Forward Thinking Seat Comfort For Harley-Davidson Dyna Models

Conceived for 2006-12 Dyna® models. Mustang’s new Wide Tripper Forward Solo moves you 1.5” forward for ease of reaching handlebar and foot controls. The 13” wide solo should support most riders rider at the correct seating angle for long-distance riding comfort.

Mustang’s Wide Tripper Forward Solo is a reasonable $259. The matching 10.5” wide rear seat is $159. Forward Solos are also available in a distressed brown, worn-leather look; additional options include a unique diamond stitched pattern and an adjustable, removable driver backrest. Mustang seats for H-D® models and Metric Cruisers are all proudly handcrafted in the USA.  For more info, visit Mustang Seats or call 800-243-1392.

4 Responses to “Forward Thinking Seat Comfort For Harley-Davidson Dyna Models”

  1. 1 Troll Jul 13th, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    Why didn’t the “motor company” think of this, and have it from the beginning…Oh wait, I know… nobody rides their stuff far enough to need this

  2. 2 Doc Robinson Jul 14th, 2012 at 7:59 am

    Doh! Troll, Troll, Troll, the Motor Company builds bikes to suit so-called “average sized” people whereas this seat is for people with shorter legs, like my wife. Who, by the way, clocked 100,000 plus miles on her last Harley-Davidson without any mechanical problems. Harley-Davidson did indeed ‘think of this’ with their Reduced Reach seat which has long been a catalog item.

  3. 3 Iron Horse Jul 14th, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    How about one that moves you backwards at least 2 inches without also moving you upward. I’ve got long legs and find most Harley’s are a bit on the short side for me. I also like to feel like I’m sitting ‘in’ the bike, not ‘on’ the bike.

  4. 4 Ben Jul 15th, 2012 at 8:46 am

    Agree with Iron Horse, that’s long been my beef with the motor company. I’m 6’6″ and they want to sell me the same motorcycle that they sell to Doc’s wife. The can make the Rocker setup that conceals the passenger seat, why cant they make a set-up that allows the riders seat to move forward and back? A couple inches either way would make a huge difference and we aren’t getting smaller as a people.

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