June 28, 2016, Three Rivers, MA - Mustang's Vision of Comfort offers significant improvements over the stock seat on Victory's luxury touring model.
Their new one-piece touring seat widened the bucket radius of both the front and rear seating areas while slightly lowering them as well. Not only does Mustang's more comfortable design let the driver sit back into the 17.5" wide seat but the front nose area has been designed slightly lower toeliminate that "crowded" feeling. The passenger is fully supported in a 15.5" wide bucket that is contoured for comfort.
Mustang incorporated heating components for high/low dual control by driver and passenger. The new seat fits all Victory Vision 2008-16 models and features detailed stitching accents to further enhance the Vision's striking lines. For all day riding support for the driver, choose the optional driver backrest that is easily removable, fully adjustable, folds for storage and quickly installs into the receiver which is built into Mustang's seat. The seat cover material perfectly matches the stock passenger backrest on the trunk.
As with all Mustang seats, the marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, proprietary comfort foam and individually sewn covers are proudly handcrafted and assembled in their New England facility (tours are available by appointment). For more information, visit www.MustangSeats.com or call Mustang at 800-243-1392 or 413-668-1100. Feel the difference that Mustang makes!
One-Piece Touring for Victory Vision, 2008-16: #79723 MSRP $889
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SOMERSET, WIS, JUNE 22 Kuryakyn Holdings, LLC and Mustang Motorcycle Products, LLC, two leading brands in the aftermarket motorcycle industry, are proud to announce their support of the Sisters Centennial Ride. The historic group ride pays tribute to the 100th anniversary of Augusta and Adeline Van Buren's remarkable two-wheeled expedition from Sheepshead Bay, N.Y., to San Francisco, Calif., aboard their 1916 Indian motorcycles.
The Sisters Ride will depart from Brooklyn, N.Y., on July 3, with official registration held at the Launch Party in Springfield, Mass., on Independence Day. On July 6, more than 100 female riders will begin their epic trek across the United States, arriving in San Francisco on July 23 for the Grand Finale celebration.
For almost 40 years, Mustang has been proudly handcrafting seats in a renovated, historic mill building near Springfield, said Mustang Director of Business Development Marilyn Simmons. We are very excited that the Sisters Ride Launch Party is here in the original home of Indian Motorcycle. I remember how rare it was to see a fellow woman rider back in 1968 when I got my license, so I have the greatest respect for the accomplishments of the Van Buren sisters over a half-century earlier. I look forward to meeting the riders and giving them a great sendoff as they head out on their historic ride.
Notable stops along the way include the AMA Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, for Vintage Motorcycle Days, the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, Iowa, as well as the group's ascent of Pike's Peak in Colorado to honor the Van Buren sisters feat of becoming the first women to reach the 14,115-foot summit by motorcycle.
Kuryakyn is thrilled to support this amazing event honoring the Van Buren sisters journey that sparked a movement to shift the mindsets of men and women across the country, said Kuryakyn Marketing and Communications Manager Undria Davis. Today there are more female riders than ever enjoying the open roads; a number that continues to increase every day. The participants, organizers and supporters of the Sisters Centennial Ride will undoubtedly encourage even more women around the world to take that leap into the lifestyle.
It's exciting for us to have two complementary brands such as Kuryakyn and Mustang on board with the Sisters Ride," said event organizer Alisa Clickenger. We all know that rider comfort is essential on long rides, and both Kuryakyn and Mustang demonstrate a passion to enhance the riding experience for all motorcyclists.
The Sisters Centennial Ride's charitable efforts include support of Final Salute Inc., an organization providing temporary and permanent housing for homeless female veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as the Women's Coalition of Motorcyclists, which provides scholarships for motorcycle training to promote the growth of female instructors and coaches for all disciplines of motorcycling.
For more information on the Sisters Centennial Ride, visit www.SistersMotorcycleRide.com.