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Mustang Motorcycle Products Now Offers Custom Colors for its Seats

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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, 2013. “In a radical departure from long-standing Mustang tradition, we are ...

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Saddlemen SaddleGel Comfort Pads Review

Saddlemen SaddleGel Comfort Pads

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 of replacement seats for everything from cruisers to ...

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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 from AMS. The Trio consists of two luxurioussheepskin-covered gel seat pads with memory foam, gel and a non-slip grippy ...

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Sargent World Sport Performance Motorcycle Seat Review

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[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 dirt donks who don’t want to chew up the seat with ...

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Rev’it Infinity Motorcycle Riding Suit Review

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[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 laminated fabric.” Schoeller is a Swiss textile manufacturer, and Dynatec is a synthetic fabric designed for protective ...

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H-D Brawler vs. Mustang Vintage Motorcycle Seat Comparison

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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 all manner of comfort and convenience items giving your pillion partner every excuse to join ...

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Mustang Motorcycle Seats Wide Vintage Motorcycle Seat Review

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[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 turn what should otherwise be a very pleasant motorcycle into a torture rack. On ...

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Sargent World Sport Motorcycle Seat Review

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[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 the stock seat off to a custom seat maker, despite the prospect ...

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Spencers’ Motorcycle Seat Mods Review

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Review by James Parchman [This Spencers’ Motorcycle Seat Mods Review was originally published in the October 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Meet Frank Turnier, whose military DI bestowed upon him the Spencer moniker. Turnier exhibits a laser-focused tenacity for ferreting out problems in stock motorcycle seats, then gently tweaking them until he is satisfied that the final product provides a ...

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