I obtained the Cosiba driver and passenger seats from a company called SBF which is in Germany near Frankfort. They are a German Triumph dealer. Their web site for the seat is www.aaa-triple-a.de/product_info.php?products_id=303
Payment can be made via Pay-Pal. The driver seat is 249.00 EU. The passenger seat is 169 EU. POC is Stefan. If you send SBF your factory seats you receive a credit via Pay-Pal. Amount depends on how many seats you purchase. Remember transfer rate between EU & US dollars is especially bad right now.
Seats are designed and produced by Kahedo for Cosiba and sold by SBF. They specialize in seating for the handicapped and paralyzed. Materials: 34% Polyester,16% Cotton, 50% Polyurethane; No Gel/ No Leather; Kahedo - www.kahedo.com/index.php
Did not find a web site for Cosiba.
I was looking for something closer in appearance to a stock Triumph seat products. Tried several of the Triumph seats (Cruiser, Gel, etc.) and was not happy. Did not like the custom look of Corbin & Metcruze. The SBF seats are close to stock in appearance but much more comfortable. They feel like an expensive BMW seat if that makes any sense.
Photo’s are at www.r3owners.net/photoalbum/showphoto.php/photo/1397
The Triumph factory cruiser seats are on the left, Gel seat center and Cosiba/ SBF seats on right.
The driver backrest is from Utopia at www.utpr.com/rocket.html
And, yes it keeps you on the Rocket during rapid acceleration and is the most comfortable lower back rest I have ever had on a motorcycle.
Sumter sets between Columbia, Florence and Myrtle Beach in the Wetlands of South Carolina, USA.