BeadRider

richarddacat

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#3
Put it on for about a tank full. Really didn’t appeal to me, might be my skinny butt. Of course, my padding is not as firm as it use to be either.
 
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Put it on for about a tank full. Really didn’t appeal to me, might be my skinny butt. Of course, my padding is not as firm as it use to be either.
They're different... definitely not 'oh my, that's comfy'. But I've found on long, 600+ mile days a bead rider is the best thing I've tried -- much better than my sheepskin. Maybe not as good as a $750 custom seat but, I'm too cheap to find out ;)

Free bump / GLWS!

trey
 

richarddacat

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Tha
They're different... definitely not 'oh my, that's comfy'. But I've found on long, 600+ mile days a bead rider is the best thing I've tried -- much better than my sheepskin. Maybe not as good as a $750 custom seat but, I'm too cheap to find out ;)

Free bump / GLWS!

trey
Thanks,
I was using a Lamm seat on a FJR when I got this, tried it but it wouldn’t grow on me. A lot of people swear by them so I priced it below cost and shipped free.
 

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They're different... definitely not 'oh my, that's comfy'. But I've found on long, 600+ mile days a bead rider is the best thing I've tried -- much better than my sheepskin. Maybe not as good as a $750 custom seat but, I'm too cheap to find out ;)

Free bump / GLWS!

trey
You should check out Terrys custom seats. Mine was $250. I dont sqirm anymore. Got some good picture on his site
 
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