Well, it has been 4k miles so far, I don't think this oem seat it's going to be any different with more riding time to break in.
I had a Corbin before in a different motorcycle (warrior) and it was stiff, but better because I can ride the whole day without feeling anything.
For the ones...
OK, I've debated what seat and put it off long enough. I'm going to get a Corbin Classic Solo for the Roadster. I've played quite a bit with the configuring tool on the site messing with all the color options and combos, but you never know what's it's actually going to look like till you see it...
Pricing looks a bit steep but the configurator is addictive. Think I have it nailed though. 😂 Anyone bought one?
Lets see your best effort
When looking for risers I saw this. I like the stock seat, but if I rode more I would consider this. About 700 without heat, 561 for driver seat only.
So, I ripped up my stock seat months ago, I patched it up but it really bothers me. Instead of buying the same seat to replace it, I though of just getting a nice comfortable Corbin seat. Particularly, the Classic Solo Saddle.
I've been playing around with the editor, and I want to make sure...
Has anyone with a Corbin fairing found an insert that works to install a radio?
As I look for my new ride, I found a 2015 with low miles and it has a fairing. I love the look from the front but it doesn't seem right without tunes.
Hey all, I bought my 2015 R3T with a Corbin seat installed. Backrests for both rider and passenger. I'm not sure whether these are the same ergonomics as the standard Triumph seat and backrest setup. I'm 6' 3" tall and I've worked out that to have the bits of my back that need to be supported...