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Cruiser Customizing Inc. Helps Bikers Choose Mustang Seats

23 Aug


MMP_Ldr1220612-art1We couldn’t have said it better ourselves! Eric, Kyle and the crew at Cruiser Customizing have done a phenomenal job of researching and compiling the ultimate Mustang Seat buyer’s guide, complete with testimonials from happy customers. Everything you ever wanted to know about Mustang seats and how to determine which is the right seat for you can be found here:

CCAs the motorcycle rally season has hit high gear this summer, Cruiser Customizing Inc. has been busy serving up related buyer’s guides. These buying guides outline the most popular motorcycle parts and accessories for customizing your Harley, Metric Cruiser or Gold Wing, along with tips on how to install key components and get the look you want.

Made in the USA and in the business for more than 30 years, it’s only natural that Mustang Seats would be one of the first brands to garner a top spot in the Cruiser Customizing Buying Guide section. With riders across the country gearing up for their summer adventures, Mustang offers motorcyclists a wide gamut of seats that are ideal for the long haul. Ultimately, “It’s All About the Ride!” as we like to say around here and bikers are looking for ways to increase comfort and function on the road, while still looking cool.

Cruiser Customizing Inc. (CC) is an e-commerce website that has been in the motorcycle business for 12 years now. Its main focus is aftermarket customization — that is to say, what happens when you ride your bike off the dealership lot, and really begin to infuse your own style and standard of comfort. CC helps motorcyclists treat their baby right, and create the ultimate machine for any biker who wants to upgrade and style their OEM parts.

Mustang Seats has made this easier than ever — take the built-in, removable driver backrest, for example. This style of seat allows motorcyclists to choose their riding style each time they mount their bike. It’s also adjustable, and allows for full back support, no matter where your destination lies. CC highlights these key specs to give bikers smart buying options, and get the best experience possible on the road.

As you may know, Mustang Seats recently teamed up with Roland Sands Design (RSD) to manufacture aftermarket seats. Watch CC’s visit with Roland Sands himself, as they discuss why Mustang was the best option for his personal designs. Also featured in the guide is a step-by-step video that shows the production of a seat in our Massachusetts factory, a quick recap of all the new changes for 2013, and hints at an exciting new program that will allow bikers to customize their seat before it even hits the production line.

Visit Cruiser Customizing’s Mustang Seats Guide and find out why Mustang saddles are deemed “The World’s Most Comfortable Seat”.

Mustang Hits The Road For 2013 Rally Season

27 Feb

Riding season is finally here and the entire crew at Mustang Motorcycle Products is more than ready! To celebrate our 2013 mission statement — “It’s All About The Ride” — we are hitting the road with a new look and a new big rig to help launch the season in style as part of the Bike Week festivities in Daytona Beach, Florida.

If you are planning to take Spring Break early and going to Daytona for Bike Week, be sure to stop by the Speedway to see Mustang’s new look and new products first hand. “After 30 years of making the world’s most comfortable motorcycle seats, our focus has shifted to the ride ahead,” says Product Manager Matt Kulman. “Mustang now has seats for Gold Wings, with Victory Cross Country and Triumph T100 models coming very soon.” Which means Mustang may just have a seat for you!

“We have several other exciting additions to our full range of seats for metric cruisers and Harleys to be announced very soon,” Matt adds. Some of this excitement stems from collaborations with our friends at Küryakyn and racer-turned-designer Roland Sands. “Working with talent like this has resulted in cutting edge designs that are combined with Mustang’s well-established reputation for comfort.”

We are proud of the fact our seats are still handcrafted in the historic facility in Three Rivers, Massachusetts, but we recognize that it was time expand into new markets. To help get the word out, we are taking our rig on the road, starting with Bike Week in Daytona. Be sure to stop by the Mustang display at the track to see what’s new. While you are there, check out the RSD café racer seats (available exclusively through Drag Specialties) and our full line of luggage… and don’t forget to get a copy of our 2013 catalogs for Gold Wings, Metric and H-D® applications.

Of course, even if you can’t ride to Daytona for Bike Week, you can still “Like” Mustang on Facebook@