yeah they removed the seat cover and restapled it back on with more padding on it it is a cheap effective method if you look under the seat they are stapled alreadyR6RoadWarrior said:njk27, the upholsetry place just remove the existing cover, stuff and re-stitch back in place??? that was the other option i was thinking about. i've seen aftermarket seat covers on ebay and figured i could add padding myself. however, i'm no expert so i'd probably end up giving myself early prostate cancer or something. but thanks for the input.
goldwings are for old men. i'm interested in more comfort when riding all day. a general opinion that i've heard about sport bike seats is that they are deceptively comfortable. after a few hours or dozens of miles, no good. which would explain why they are good for track riding. however, i don't do tracks, only street riding and lots of highway. i have a need and it must be fulfilled. but i'll consider a goldwing my 2nd option.reds said:Why not buy a Goldwing? In my opinion Yamaha makes the seats too soft for track..
Then I guess its a good thing he wasn't asking for seat for the track....reds said:Why not buy a Goldwing? In my opinion Yamaha makes the seats too soft for track..