Drag Specialties offers seat options for Harley, Victory riders

Publish Date: 
Jun 22, 2014
By Bruce Steever

JANESVILLE, Wis. - Drag Specialties brings several advantages to the table for dealers, including the ability to source a large variety of parts to fill different roles and applications.

A clear example of this leverage can be found in some of the latest V-twin saddle options available. From custom two-up seats to stylish spring saddles to low options, Drag Specialties offers something for everyone.

For Victory owners, the 2-Up Predator seat offers a comfortable and practical all-around option for riding with a passenger. The saddle features custom stitching options and is shaped from flexible polyurethane foam that provides comfort for longer rides. A patented solar-reflective leather in the seating area reduces surface temperature by as much as 25 degrees, offering a cooler seat for summer days, with higher durability and longer life over conventional leather or vinyl. The 3/16” ABS seat base has a carpeted bottom to protect paint, and the seat's structure will also work with Victory’s OEM sissy bars.

The 2-Up Predator saddle fits most 2010-2013 Victory Cross Country and Tour models, Cross Roads and Hardballs, and retail pricing starts at $409.95.

Boasting many of the same features as the Victory Predator seat, Drag Specialities also offers a Touring saddle for 2009-2014 Harley-Davidson FLHT, FLHX, FLHR, FLTR and FL Trike models.

Like the Predator, it features the same comfortable foam construction, ABS base and solar-reflective leather. The driver area is also cut narrow in the front and is about one inch lower than the stock seat. The H-D Touring seat works with Drag’s driver backrest kits as well as the OEM frame-mounted driver backrest mechanism and backrest pad. Retail cost is $459.95.

A special solo saddle version is available for H-D Dyna models, fitting 1996-2014 FXD, FXDWG, and FLD models, which retails for $149.95.

Last up is a stylish low-profile Spring Solo seat. This saddle features a contoured steel base in a black finish, to which an adjustable front seat hinge and two rear mount studs for springs are mounted. Select models feature the patented solar-reflective leather to reduce surface temperatures. The inner construction of the seat is made of half-inch closed-cell foam for comfort without losing the low-profile bobber look.

A variety of leather or vinyl styles are available, with prices starting at $134.95.

Each of these motorcycle seats is made in the United States, according to Drag.