Already well known for making seats for most cruisers on the market since 1980, Mustang Seats is introducing saddles for the Victory Cross Roads, Cross Country and Hard-Ball baggers.
“Mustang’s mantra has been ‘it’s all about the Ride,’ and we’re proud to have expanded our offerings for the new Victory baggers,” says Mustang Director of Sales Steve Veltri. He notes that Mustang already offers seats for Victory’s Vegas, Kingpin and 8-Balls. According to Victory, the new bikes bring bad ass style and attitude to the bagger niche. “However, being a bad ass doesn’t mean you can’t have a comfortable seat,” quips Veltri.
The DayTripper sits ½” lower than the stock seat while the Wide Touring seat is ¼” lower. By making the nose of the seat narrower than stock, it makes it easier for riders to plant their feet firmly on the ground. The “PBR” passenger backrest angles the passenger’s upper back forward for more vertical support and increased comfort.
Combined with Mustang’s proprietary polyurethane foam material and baseplate, the result is a seat guaranteed to deliver all-day comfort. To further help alleviate back pain during long days in the saddle, Mustang offers fully adjustable, easily removable driver’s backrests.
The MSRP for the DayTripper starts at $359 and the Wide Touring starts at $489. Mustang Seats.