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Offline VikingTiger

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Sorry guys, another seat question. A simple question for those that have experienced this seat. Is it comfortable? (I have one answer from my previous post but would appreciate further insight).  Has anyone toured with this seat spending many hours on it?

Again, I appreciate your opinions :)
It’s not the motorcycle, it’s the nut between the handlebars and the footpegs.

Offline Bikerboy

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Just bought an XR had it fitted with the low comfort seat been a revelation after my previous Bonneville which after half an hour gave me arse ache.Done a couple of hours on the XR with no discomfort .Not a major time but feel confident that I would be OK for a longer time

Offline Tiggerton

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Quite comfortable for my arse. No bum ache after 200 miles but I do possess ample buttocks.

Regards.
Honda 90 c200, Norton Dominator 99, Triumph (Saint) T110, Triumph 750 T140 ES, Triumph Bantam Cub, Triumph Tiger Cub, BSA 650 Golden Flash, Honda CBF 1000, Triumph Sprint GT & a Tiger 800 XrX low.

Offline smurfbud

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30,000+ miles on mine in total and still ride all day without a sore butt .... well worth the investment in my opinion
Still a pupil at the school of life

Offline laughing_mole

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Been good for me - 19k and 2.5 years and made the XCX much more manageable for me at 5' 8".

 


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