DM (Las Vegas )
I ride a 2013 Triumph Thunderbird and upgraded the seat for a trip to Denver, CO from Las Vegas, NV. The seat surpassed my expectations. The Mustang Seat was easy to install, and I would buy this product again.
Brent Norris (Brazil )
Received the seat and started to put it on. Only came with one bolt, Missing 3 bolts. Went to hardware store matched up the bolt that came with it and bought the other 3 I needed only to find out 2 of the 4 holes were stripped out. Now I have to fix the stripped threads before I can finish installing it.
Jack (Oakhurst )
I recently wrote a bad review on the Saddleman seat I purchased for my Triumph America. I would like to resend some of the negative statements I made about this seat. I have since ridden the bike around 500 miles and the seat is getting more and more comfortable. I would still not call it the most comfortable seat I have ever had but I have high hopes for it getting better as I put more miles on it. Jack
Mexinadian (Calgary )
But comfortable isn't one of them. I have tried foam pads, but they didn't help at all. Then I had a beaded seat cover, but they get hard on the butt after a few hours (not to mention the snickering I had to endure). Then I got this. Now my butt smiles all day. I wanted to include a picture, but they all look like frowning.
Ron (Paradis )
This seat fits perfect for me. It allows me ride much more comfortable and longer especially on rough roads. I have one on my Sportster and one on my Classic.
Ian (Niagara Falls )
The stitching and workmanship was immaculate. Not a flaw! It was also very easy to install with everything other than the springs included. It is a thin seat though, so don't expect a soft ride. I would give it 5 stars if my a$$ wasn't sore after an hour of riding. For the price, I would recommend it hands down, to anyone.