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Keeping your dirt bike as comfortable as possible ensures that your stamina remains high and you don’t succumb to rider fatigue. Your seat is one of the most important elements of rider comfort. With the right seat, your dirt bike will feel great – you won’t even think about it at all. But if your seat is uncomfortable, you may find yourself thinking about it more than anything else while you ride.
When it’s time for a new dirt bike seat, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to provide an excellent selection of choices. Consider some of the benefits you might get by installing an aftermarket solution like Enduro Engineering or SDG seats:
If you’re finding yourself sliding too much during riding and you just want to improve the quality of grip that you get from your seat, you can simply replace the cover. In fact, a pleated seat cover will give you more grip than you ever felt with your stock cover. A new seat cover can also add an extra level of bling to your bike. We carry major names like One Industries, Factory Effex, Attack Graphics and Cycle Works. Take a moment to browse our selection.
Steven in OR
The seat offers a much larger seating area compared to standard. The standard set is narrower and is softer padding but offers no support. The Sargent seat offers firmer support spread out on a larger area of your bottom . An half hour on the standard seat was very uncomfortable. So far went on a 90 minute ride noted no discomfort l.Read All Reviews
Ron in WA
if you have broken a subframe bolt out on the trail you will wish you would have done this upgrade before you left home. I had a set of Givi saddle bags and the bolt broke on the left side. Then the frame of the Givi mounts broke and now I was in big trouble.Read All Reviews
Wyatt in UT
Seat looks great, is lighter weight than stock seats, because the interior tray is much thinner. On my YZ, the seat has to bend a bit to actually fit which causes an ugly wrinkle. The seat also has a harder time getting in place, takes significantly more effort. But it's definitely easier than stapling a new cover on an old dilapidated seat.Read All Reviews