Touring Tip: Banishing the Aching Back

Sep 11, 2015 View Comments by

Motorcycle Touring Ergonomics –  Touring motorcyclists are often on the road from dawn until dusk, and riding for days at a time. To maximize enjoyment, riders need a mount that is set up as ergonomically comfortable as possible. Since each person’s body is different, a bike fresh off the showroom floor may not be configured […]

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MotoMojo: Changing Motorcycle Seat Height

Jun 17, 2015 View Comments by

How to Make Your Bike a Better Fit – The “one size fits all” philosophy may work pretty well for baseball hats but not for motorcycle seat heights. Folks who have an inseam that is a little shorter or longer than the center of the statistical bell curve are often left with bikes that are […]

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New Toddler Seat for Motorcycles

Apr 01, 2015 View Comments by

It’s never too early to get your kids or grandkids excited about motorcycling! However, the old method of sitting them up on the handlebars or gas tank just isn’t all that safe. The Gracco MotoSeat is just like a normal car seat, except that it’s designed to strap onto a motorcycle’s pillion seat. A standard […]

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MotoMojo: Seat Height & The Factors That Contribute To It

Dec 03, 2014 View Comments by

It can be a real hassle to try to ride a bike that’s too tall for you—and it also can be very intimidating—particularly for newer riders who may be a little unsteady or nervous about balancing a heavy bike at a standstill. In many cases, a too-high seat is a real deal-breaker, when a potential […]

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Corbin Indian Seat Review: A Tale of Two Seats

Sep 08, 2014 View Comments by

When fellow RoadRUNNER editor Florian Neuhauser returned from a tour of Florida on our 2014 Indian Chieftain press bike, he had a few complaints about the bike’s stock seat, though, as far as OEM seats go, Indian’s is certainly one of the best. Still, after a couple thousand miles it was obvious that this was […]

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Mustang Super Touring Seat Available for Older Models

Apr 29, 2014 View Comments by

Getting comfortable on a motorcycle can be especially challenging for those who fall into the “big and tall” category. For these riders, as well as those simply wishing for a bit more room, Mustang’s Super Touring Seat moves the rider further back on the motorcycle resulting in additional leg room and more comfortable reach to […]

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Saddlemen Custom Seat

Aug 16, 2013 View Comments by

One of my biggest complaints about riding our ’99 Triumph Speed Triple has always been the seat. Even though I prefer a hard seat to a softer one, the stock option just isn’t comfortable for a long day in the saddle, especially multiple days on the road. The Race Tech suspension is set up sporty, […]

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New Corbin Front and Rear Saddles for Kawasaki Ninja 300

Mar 03, 2013 View Comments by

Kawasaki certainly made a splash in the motorcycle market when they introduced the Ninja 300. With substantially more usable power than rest of the traditionally 250cc entry-level class, the little Ninja definitely stands out. Accordingly, Corbin has released a new set of saddles for the baby Ninja that should dramatically increase rider comfort while adding […]

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MotoMojo Electric Seat Heater Installation

Mar 24, 2011 View Comments by

A heated seat is one of those things that sounds superfluous…until you actually need it. Years ago, the first time I heard of an electrically heated motorcycle seat, I scoffed at the idea. That opinion stuck until I got to try one on a long, bone-chilling winter ride; that’s all it took to make me […]

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