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Aftermarket Seat for BMW R nineT and Indian Scout

Comfortable saddles from Mustang Seats

7/29/2015

It doesn't take long a new motorcycle to be introduced and Mustang Seats is already designing a custom aftermarket saddle for it. Both the BMW R nineT and the Indian Motorcycle Scout get new seats designed to extend your ride.

Now riders can get a little more comfortable touring on the Indian Scout, unveiled last year. 

aftermarket seat for indian scout
Mustang's Touring solo seat for the Indian Scout offer support and comfort for the entire journey. This seat features Mustang's proprietary foam, precisely molded to the shapes and angles needed for optimal cruising comfort. The 13-inch wide solo and 8.5-inch wide passenger seat (not shown) provide ample room for comfort without compromising the look of the bike. The driver's saddle has the optional backrest as well shown here.


aftermarket seat for indian scout brown
Mustang's Touring Solo seat comes in vintage brown to match the Scout's proprietary colors.



Being a purist doesn't mean you have to compromise comfort. Check out the more comfortable seat Mustang made for the BMW R nineT.

aftermarket seat for bmw r nineT
Mustang's 12-inch wide solo for the BMW R nineT features a classic look and offers the best support available for the model. The marine-grade fiberglass baseplate, powder-coated steel mounting brackets and polyurethane bumpers, and of course Mustang's proprietary foam, all ensure your ride is better than ever.

To learn more, visit Mustang's BMW R nineT page here; and for more on Mustang's Indian Scout seats, click here.

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