Corbin offers distance-ready seating for BMW, Harley-Davidson

Publish Date: 
Feb 17, 2014
By Bruce Steever

HOLLISTER, Calif. - Corbin introduces new Dual Tour, Classic Solo and Gambler Saddles for 2014 Harley-Davidson FLH Models and a long distance touring Dual saddle for BMW’s F800GS Adventure.

The Dual Tour (starting at $633) saddle is designed specifically for the H-D Touring bikes that have the new Rushmore Tour Pak design. It fits all current Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Ultra Limited or the CVO Limited models.

The Classic Solo saddle provides a wide, sculpted seating position that creates a larger area of contact for improved weight distribution. Also available in a Close version that provides seating two inches closer to the bars with a narrower reach to the tarmac. 

Finally, the Gambler saddle offers a sleek appearance and low profile design. This saddle features a comfortable driver's position with a clean pillion seating area providing a sharper bike profile.

For an added bit of luxury, the Classic Solo & Dual Tour saddles have the option of electric heated seating for the rider. This system quickly wires directly to the battery and provides heat with the flip of a switch. The heater element is built into the saddle and comes preinstalled.

And for BMW riders, Corbin’s new Dual saddle (starting at $493) adds valuable distance comfort to the long-legged adventure-touring motorcycle. Corbin’s comfort cell foam and new ergonomic shaping helps to eliminate the centralized pressure felt from the stock seat. In the nose area, the saddle is sculpted narrow to allow for good ground reach, making this seat design as low as possible without impacting ride comfort.

The passenger seating area is designed with a neutralized platform to curb sliding forward in the saddle. For additional comfort and feeling of security, the Corbin saddle works with Corbin’s optional Ovalbac removable passenger backrest, and like the Harley saddles, heating elements can be added to keep things toasty.