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Your motorcycle seat could easily make or break every ride you ever go on. Make sure you have the right motorcycle seat for you by browsing through our selection to find the seat that best suits you and your motorcycle.
James in VA
Much wider in the middle than the stock seat. I'm 6'2" 260# and it allowed me to ride all day before getting "Monkey Butt". Didn't stop it altogether, but when you needed, you could sit further back and change the pressure point.Read All Reviews
Stephen in CO
I own a 2003 Kawasaki KLR 650E I intend to use as an everyday commuter (20 miles to and from work) and off road ride. I have owned two Corbin saddles for other types of motorcycles that I really liked. It was a difficult decision to pull the trigger on a new seat manufacturer for this KLR. I think it was a good choice however. I have ridden to work just twice now so it is hard to write on highway performance and long distance. I expect it will be a winner. Off road has proven to be excellent. Having about ten hours saddle time, on rides I normally reserve form my Husqvarna WR 430XC, the adventure saddle far and away surpasses the factory KLR seat. I think I can ride all day with no fatigue or "monkey butt". All in all I am very pleased with this seat. I am also expecting good durability as it is well made with good quality materials and excellent stitching. Fitment is perfect. I looked long and hard for other reviews on this saddle but there doesn't appear to be any so I hope this helps. If your on the fence about this purchase get off it. This seat is good! Sorry I don't have any photos. It looks great. Trust me...Read All Reviews
ERNIE in CA
I have used this on my Harley Ultra touring bike and it is AWESOME!! It really makes the 600-750 mile travel days much easier on the butt. One thing about it is the less air in it the better it works and forms to your rear end. Initially I had filled it about 3/4 of the way and it was to stiff. I called Danny Gray and they told me most people over inflate them initially. They said to keep letting a little bit of air out until I found the most comfy air pressure. Now it has 50% (or maybe a little less) of air volume in it and like I said above, it makes long travel days so much more pleasurable.Read All Reviews
Billy in UT
09 Honda vtx1300 c very comfortable for both rider and passenger and love the back restRead All Reviews