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If your motorcycle seat isn’t providing what you or your passenger need to be comfortable while riding, it’s time to install some equipment to upgrade it. We carry many seat accessories to enhance your bike’s existing setup. For example, a good motorcycle seat cushion or gel seat pad can significantly improve your riding comfort, especially from a brand known for exceptional quality like Airhawk or Pro Pad. For your passenger, there are several pillion pads available that look great and make riding more comfortable.
Of course, a seat cushion can only do so much. You might also want to install a motorcycle backrest (or sissy bar). We stock a variety of backrests from major names like Cobra, Honda, Kawasaki, Mustang, Suzuki and Yamaha. A sissy bar can be especially helpful for your passengers who appreciate a little more support. We even have a few backrest inserts to turn your sissy bar into a stylistic customization instead of just a functionality one. It’s a great improvement over the stock look with many bikes (like a chopper).
Sometimes you don’t have a need (or desire) to take along passengers. If you fall into this category and want to improve your motorcycle’s appearance, you can’t go wrong with a rear seat cowl for a sport bike. This effectively covers the seat in a way that looks like it was never meant to be there in the first place. It’s the perfect seat accessory for those who prefer to ride solo.
And this is just the beginning of our offerings. We also have motorcycle seat springs, passenger armrests, grab rails, rear carriers and more. Browse our selection today to see what might look good on your motorcycle.
Michael in CA
This being the first seat pad I've tried, it's tough to compare to what else is out there. It's only slightly more comfortable than the OEM XR650L seat but it was better than nothing on a recent 10 day trip. Unfortunately, they use a "kitchen surface grip" type material that you can find at your local hardware store. It's the kind that is used to keep things from sliding around on surfaces like a table top, draw, tool cabinet, etc.. It's great to prevent slip but wears out much too quickly. After 10 days, one whole section of this material that rests against the seat is worn to the cords. I doubt it will last much longer. For the price, I'd expect a better quality material.Read All Reviews