As expected from a company that got its start building snowmobiles, a full selection of heated accessories is available. The heated touring saddle ($599.99), with separate high/low toggle controls for the pilot and passenger areas, is almost too powerful even in the low position. I suffered a severe case of sweat-induced monkey-butt the first time I tried it, paired with flannel-lined riding jeans on a 50-degree day. I'll no doubt appreciate those extra BTUs once temps drop below 40 degrees, though. No such complaints about Victory's excellent, two-position heated hand grips ($199.99), operated by a convenient dash control, which even cut through thick, winter-weight riding gloves.