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Corbin Seat for Honda Silver Wing Review

Corbin motorcycle seat

Jerry Smith
December 5, 2013

It’s called mission creep. Scooters, originally designed to be small, friendly, urban transportation modules, are morphing into larger, more powerful, more capable traveling companions, equally adept at taking you across town or across the country. But some scooters’ do-it-all aspirations are held... Read more »

Mustang Motorcycle Products Now Offers Custom Colors for its Seats

Mustang Color Seat Options

Press Release
November 26, 2013

After more than 30 years in the motorcycle seat business, Mustang Motorcycle Products LLC is doing something different. The company is introducing a full array of colorful options and styles at the Long Beach Convention Center as part of its display at the International Motorcycle Show on December 6-8,... Read more »

Bill Mayer Saddles Custom Motorcycle Seat for Triumph Bonneville Review

Bill Mayer Saddles Custom Motorcycle Seat for Triumph Bonneville.

Jerry Smith
August 6, 2013

I’m at that age where the things I enjoyed when I was younger exert an irresistible pull on me. One result of this is that I bought a 2012 Triumph Bonneville earlier this year. The bike’s styling drew me to it, and its performance and handling reeled me in. But one part of the classic experience... Read more »

Saddlemen SaddleGel Comfort Pads Review

Saddlemen SaddleGel Comfort Pads

Greg Drevenstedt
March 28, 2012

Few things detract from a motorcycle ride as much as a sore bum. Motorcyclists bemoan the ravages of “monkey butt” as if it were the plague, and you can even buy soothing, friction-reducing Anti Monkey Butt Powder. Saddlemen offers several solutions for the pain in your behind, such as a wide variety... Read more »

No-Sweat Sheepskin Gel Seat-Pad Trio

Rider Magazine
January 4, 2011

No-Sweat Sheepskin Gel Seat-Pad Trio We’re often asked if there’s an inexpensive, easy way to increase the seat comfort of aHarley-Davidson Electra Glide or Road King. If you can handle a slightly increased seat height, a really good way is with  sheepskin gel seat-pads like this No Sweat Trio... Read more »

Sargent World Sport Performance Motorcycle Seat Review

Sargent Seat_2

Rider Magazine
March 30, 2010

[This Sargent World Sport Performance Motorcycle Seat Review was originally published in the May 2010 issue of Rider magazine] When the original owner bought the BMW R 1200 GS currently suffering my neglect, he did so with the tall seat option, a popular choice among riders who are—duh—taller, and... Read more »

Rev’it Infinity Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

Rev-it

Rider Magazine
October 29, 2009

[This Rev’it Infinity Motorcycle Riding Suit Review was originally published in the December 2009 issue of Rider magazine] This is one sophisticated piece of riding gear. The Rev’it Infinity one-piece motorcycle riding suit is made of “Schoeller FTC—Dynatec 3-layer with Schoeller NanoSphere 3D... Read more »

H-D Brawler vs. Mustang Vintage Motorcycle Seat Comparison

Harley-Davidson Brawler

Rider Contributor
July 31, 2009

Review by Reg Kittrelle [This H-D Brawler vs. Mustang Vintage motorcycle seat comparison was originally published in American Rider magazine] To many, maybe most, motorcycle riding is a two-up activity. The big touring rigs from both Harley-Davidson and Victory have outfitted the passenger area with... Read more »

Mustang Motorcycle Seats Wide Vintage Motorcycle Seat Review

Mustang Seat 4

Bill Stermer
September 15, 2008

[This Mustang Motorcycle Seats Wide Vintage Motorcycle Seat Review was originally published in the September 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Of the various interfaces between rider and motorcycle, the seat is the most important comfort factor. A seat that’s too soft or firm, or improperly shaped, can... Read more »

Sargent World Sport Motorcycle Seat Review

Sargent Seat2

Jerry Smith
July 10, 2008

[This Sargent World Sport Motorcycle Seat Review was originally published in the August 2008 issue of Rider magazine] The art of building seats that both look good and are comfortable continues to baffle most motorcycle manufacturers. That’s why, with several of my motorcycles in recent years, I sent... Read more »

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