Riding Tall in the Saddle? Check Out the Super Solo Motorcycle Seat

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18 May 2010

In one of this month’s earlier  blog posts, we introduced you to our new one-piece Super Touring seat for riders who tower around 5-foot, 11-inches or more. Also new this season is our Super Solo, which offers an even sleeker appearance and more flexibility for 2008 to 2010 Harley-Davidson FL models.

The new Mustang Super Solo sets you back just far enough for added comfort, plus it allows you to ride totally solo (with or without a driver backrest ) or with your favorite passenger for an all-day comfy two-up ride. 

The Super Solo provides the driver with a deeply pocketed, 17–inch-wide front bucket that moves the driver 1.25-inches farther back than the stock seat. Another benefit: The Super Touring seat is lower than stock, which allows you to plant your feet firmly on the ground – good news no matter how tall you are!

Mustang’s Super Solo features an optional, fully adjustable driver backrest that folds flat, making it easy to get on and off the motorcycle. It can be removed without tools, and lists for only $539 retail with chrome studs or black, pearl-centered studs. The seat is also available without studs for $519.

Since it’s always important to keep your passenger happy, we also offer you the choice of an 11-inch-wide or a 13.5–inch-wide rear seat, both fully supported by our unique internal support wings to eliminate sagging at the edges. Rear seats are available with matching studs or plain, starting at $169.

3 Responses to “Riding Tall in the Saddle? Check Out the Super Solo Motorcycle Seat”

  1. Doug Adler August 2, 2011 at 7:57 pm #

    I have been riding Harley’s for over thirty years before that it was dirt bikes. I have been using Mustang seats for at least the last twenty-five years. We always do a two week summer run. Live in NH we have gone to Texas and riden out to Strugis, no problems with Mustang, this year i got a 2011 Streetglide I needed a new seat, I went with the new Super Solo, well the first 3000 miles wrer ok no problems a few back to back 200 mile days even two 350 mile days. So when I headed out two weeks ago for Tenn., did not think about the seat, on the third day after a little over 1000 miles I wanted a new seat, and still do, the new seam running down the sides were biting into my butt. I just got back Sunday 7/31/11 went over 3500 miles in two weeks. If you ride do not get this seat. I called up Mustang but all they would do is look for a defect, I feel as though they should do away with this seam. If you do short rides it is ok, butt if you ride all day this is not the seat for you.

  2. Jan Wright April 26, 2012 at 2:24 pm #

    Do you or have you thought about a front fairing bib (cover) for Harley touring bikes or engine guard covers

  3. Marilyn April 26, 2012 at 2:39 pm #

    Great idea, but we have no plans at this time to make a front fairing bib or engine guard covers. Thank you for your question.

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