Klock Werks is excited to announce the opportunity for motorcycle riders to take advantage of their FREE “Try it Before You Buy It” Flare™ Windshield Test Rides during Daytona Bike Week this March 6th-15th. “We are proud to offer this opportunity to riders,” stated Brian Klock, President of Klock Werks. “Everyone wants to try something new before making the commitment, and our “Try it Before You Buy it” program is the perfect opportunity to let riders feel the difference our Flare™ Windshield makes over riding with a stock shield.”
To take a Klock Werks Flare™ Windshield out for a test ride, just stop by and visit Klock Werks at J&P Cycles located at Destination Daytona at the junction of I-95 and US 1, Ormond Beach, Florida. Most Flare™ models will be in stock, including the new Flare™ Windshields for 2015 Road Glide! Klock Werks will be posting special offers and more Daytona information on social media, so be sure to watch for details!
Indian made no secret that the new Dark Horse would be built on the same platform as the rest of the air-cooled big-bore beasts. Still, the silhouette of the new machine introduces indeed a different vibe. The 2016 Chief Dark Horse drops almost all the shiny chrome and bling, and bringing forth black engine and engine case paint, black rims and a lighter build.
The 2016 Dark Horse was designed primarily as a solo machine, but you can add room for a passenger by installing a rear seat and pegs. The engine is the same Thunder Stroke 111 unit, the 1,811cc v-twin cylinders produce just over 73 hp at 4,500 rpm.
The new Indian sports true dual exhaust, ABS, cruise control, top-notch fuel injection, a comprehensive single-gauge dash loaded with telltale light indicators, an analog speedo and a LCD screen.
Dark Horse will reach the dealerships in spring 2015, and in Europe it will be sold with a neat 5-year warranty. If you’re eyeing a demo ride, start making plans for the annual Daytona Bike Week from March 7th – 14th, 2015, as the Dark Horse will be there.
Look for Mustang’s iconic “Pegasus” winged horse logo soar to new heights in 2015. New products, a new look and a new catalog commemorating this milestone kick off a yearlong celebration from the venerable seat manufacturer. Despite the new look expect the old-fashioned values of quality, comfort and customer satisfaction to continue!
“This year marks Mustang’s 35th Anniversary, so we decided to commemorate the occasion in style,” says Mustang Seats Marketing Director Marilyn Simmons. “Mustang has been handcrafting superior seats in our historic New England factory since 1980, so we really want to spread our wings this year, as it were.” According to company folklore, the name comes from the legendary P-51 Mustang fighter plane, so that became the thematic element for the anniversary edition catalog, the ads and soon to be revamped website. Historically Mustang has been synonymous with comfortable seats for Harley-Davidson®, Victory and Metric cruisers, but the line has really “taken off” in recent years, according to Simmons. “Not only have new seat styles been introduced, but brands like BMW, Indian and Triumph have been brought into the mix. Mustang now has everything from the RunAround® — the lowest, leanest and meanest seat Mustang has ever made — to our new top of the line touring seat for the Harley® Rushmore models, the Summit.”
Mustang will also be unveiling a customer GIVEAWAYS reward program to kick-off at Bike Week in Daytona.
“All of our products are more than replacement seats — they are upgrades to your riding experience,” explains Simmons. “In the past 35 years Mustang has grown from a small operation making just a dozen seats a day, to now being a worldwide leader in the design and construction of motorcycle seats. We have gathered feedback from thousands of motorcycle riders and incorporated our own years of ‘seat of the pants’ experience with the latest CAD-CAM technology to develop our unique understanding of what riders need, and the essentials of seat design to address these needs.”
“We earn our wings with riders around the world with each and every ride,” she concludes.