Mustang One-Piece Touring Seat for Indian Roadmaster

Mustang One-Piece Touring Seat for Indian Roadmaster

Mustang’s newest seat offers significant improvements over the stock seat on Indian’s luxury touring Roadmaster model.

Stay warm but look cool with high/low dual heating controls for driver and passenger that are hidden beneath Mustang’s intricately enhanced diamond-stitched black seat cover.

The driver’s 15” wide seat is 3/4” lower and 7/8” further back than the stock seat so the rider feels that he is sitting back into the seat rather than merely on it. For all day riding support the included driver backrest is easily removable, fully adjustable, folds for storage and quickly installs into the receiver which is built into Mustang’s seat.

Mustang’s reputation for improving passenger comfort remains secure with this 15” wide rear seat that is contoured for comfort. Pair this seat with Mustang’s wrap-around arms and backrest pad for ultimate passenger comfort and enhanced lumbar support. Passengers with the Roadmaster’s Trunk Armrest Supports will appreciate Mustang’s replacement matching pads that are higher and flatter for much greater forearm support.

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 seat for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76644 MSRP $899
Wrap-around arms and backrest pad for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76022 MSRP $429
Armrest Pads for Indian Roadmaster, 2016-17: #76024 MSRP $65

Celebrate the 75th Annual Daytona Bike Week With Indian Motorcycle

Jack-Daniels-Indian-AIM-3MINNEAPOLIS, MN – (Feb 22, 2016) – Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first motorcycle company, loves making history at Daytona, whether it’s winning the first Daytona 200 or drawing the best crowds with our Daytona Bike Week events. This year Indian again has a full schedule of events, including demo rides, new models, vintage & custom bike displays, racing, organized rides and much more during the 75th Anniversary of Daytona Bike Week, March 5-12.

“Seventy-five years after Ed Kretz dominated the first Bike Week race, our team is inspired to honor that legacy and showcase our future,” said Steve Menneto, President of Motorcycles for Polaris Industries. “Whether you’re a cruising enthusiast or long-haul tourer, into customs like those shown in our Project Scout contest or a race enthusiast cheering on the SuperHooligan Scout Sixty bikes, we know that anybody hanging out with Indian Motorcycle will have great stories to tell.”

Below are highlights of the Daytona Bike Week action Indian Motorcycle has planned.

Demo Rides at Daytona International Speedway
(International Speedway Blvd., across from the Florida Hospital Gate)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Daily; Last Ride Leaves at 4:30 p.m.
Bike Week attendees will have the chance to ride the entire 2016 line-up of Indian motorcycles, including the Indian Scout® Sixty cruiser, Indian Chief® Vintage bagger, Indian Roadmaster® tourer and a very special new model. Ride multiple bikes, compare, and decide which Indian Motorcycle models best suit your riding style. Demo rides are free and available to those with a valid motorcycle endorsement and proper attire.

Indian Motorcycle Display at Daytona International Speedway
(Richard Petty & Midway Blvd.)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Daily.
In addition to the demo site at the historic Daytona Speedway, a display in the Midway area will feature the entire 2016 Indian Motorcycle line-up, as well as engine cutaways, custom & vintage bikes, accessories and apparel. Register for your chance to win a 2016 Indian Scout Sixty, check out the finalists from the ‘Project Scout: Build a Legend’ custom contest, see how an Indian Chieftain® with performance accessories handles the dyno, and make sure to pick up an exclusive Indian Motorcycle Daytona 75th patch simply by showing your Indian Motorcycle proof of ownership (key-ring, badge, etc.)

Hooligan Race Night
(Ocean Complex West Parking Lot, downtown Daytona Beach)
7 p.m. – 9 p.m., March 8
Enjoy live music, food & refreshments as Roland Sands and fellow Team RSD racers battle handlebar-to-handlebar in pursuit of the checkered flag on their RSD SuperHooligan Indian Scout Sixty dirt trackers. Winners of the Project Scout contest will be announced at this event, and you’re welcome to join a celebratory after-party at the Boot Hill Saloon.

Indian Motorcycle of Daytona Beach
(290 North Beach Street)
9a.m. – 8p.m., Daily
Visit the dealership in the heart of Daytona Beach for all of your bike, accessory and apparel needs, as well as a variety of special events.

Indian Motorcycle Rider’s Group & Veterans Ride
(Indian Motorcycle of Daytona Beach, 290 North Beach Street)
9 a.m. – 2 p.m., March 10
Owners of Indian motorcycles join veterans from the Veterans Ride program in an organized tour that begins at Indian Motorcycle of Daytona Beach and travels to Orlando for lunch. Owners can roll alongside a Vet rider from last year’s inaugural Veterans Charity Ride as he captains a new custom Indian Trike. Kickstands go up at 10 a.m.

Celebrate The 75th With Indian Motorcycle
(Boot Hill Saloon, 310 Main Street)
6 p.m., March 11
Put a stamp on the end of a legendary week by joining Indian Motorcycle at the Boot Hill Saloon to ‘Celebrate the 75th’.

Visit www.IndianMotorcycle.com/en-us/daytona for the most up to date schedule. Learn more about Indian Motorcycle by visiting IndianMotorcycle.com and Facebook, Twitter and Instagram social media channels.

Motorcycle News: New 2015 Indian Roadmaster Revealed, Ridden and Reviewed

2015-Indian-Roadmaster-1Over the years our urge to explore and travel long distance on two wheels remained, but somewhere along the way our expectation of comfort and functionality from our motorcycles evolved . And various OEM and aftermarket manufacturers are more than happy to offer us shiny new machines and accessories to keep us happy, safe and smiling. One of them is the recently reborn Indian Motorcyle company, which unveiled three impressive new motorcycles at last year’s Sturgis Rally & Races.

2015-Indian-Roadmaster-2Let me introduce you to their next new model – the 2015 Indian Roadmaster. It would be easy to dismiss it as last year’s Chieftain with lowers and a trunk. And in a way you’d be correct, but there is more to this 2015 Indian. They include the chrome fender tips, recontoured windshield, and front and rear highway bars. And, less obvious, are features to increase your creature comforts like the electrically heated grips and seats.

2015-Indian-Roadmaster-3So, you might be asking, what’s the deal with the new 2015 Indian Roadmaster and how does it perform? In a phrase, I like it. Start with the smooth and plentiful power delivery of the ample 111 cubic inch Thunderstroke engine. Pass that power through the exceptionally smooth six-speed transmission and you have a powerful and smooth set up ideal for around town or hitting the highways. Like all full size touring motorcycle these days, the Indian Roadmaster looks big, yet it handles like a much smaller machine.

You can read the rest of Buzz Kanter’s ride review of the 2015 Indian Roadmaster in issue #315 of American Iron Magazine in print (subscribe at PRINT SUBSCRIPTION, or on-line at DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION)