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post #1 of 43 Old 01-17-2015, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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What are the custom seat options available for the R9T?

I know of only a few that are actually available beyond the one offered by BMW. Post the links of you know of any others.

Roland Sands:
Motorcycle BMW Products | Motorcycle Parts and Riding Gear | Roland Sands Design


Corbin:
Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories | BMW R Nine T | 800-538-7035


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Sitzbänke & Zubehör - Ergonomie & Komfort - NineT - BMW R-Serie
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post #2 of 43 Old 01-17-2015, 02:01 PM
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Of those, the Corbin would get my vote, but I'm sticking to standard for now.....

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It would be great if Corbin would do a gunfighter and lady option.
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The seat on the Rizoma bike was awesome, but they won't make it

Corbin looks too aftermarket IMO and makes knee down movement difficult.

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The seat on the Rizoma bike was awesome, but they won't make it

Corbin looks too aftermarket IMO and makes knee down movement difficult.


I met the Italian sales manager for Rizoma at Intermot last year. He emailed me the details of the seat.

The Rizoma seat is made by Race Seats _ motorbikes seats

I contacted them and they would need a core + the additional costs of:

Driver seat Euro 73,20 (including Italian VAT)
Passenger seat Euro 115,90 (including Italian VAT)

Return shipping to me in NL was included in this price.
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The seat on the Rizoma bike was awesome, but they won't make it
Is there a pic of that somewhere?

Also, just curious how many people are still using the stock seat and what they think of it.
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Is there a pic of that somewhere?

Also, just curious how many people are still using the stock seat and what they think of it.
Hmm... I did link a pic, but it seems to have died. You can find more here
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There is a company in Vancouver BC Canada that does custom seats as well as a very nice gel insert. They are called Luimoto google and check out there web site. Iam going to get my seat done there and have them put in there gold gel system in there. Seems afordable
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I've been looking around for a new seat myself. I came across these folks in Tucson A Pain in the butt?. Not sure if any of you guys have ever dealt with them or heard anything about them.
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Here is an interesting idea. Rather pricey though.

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And I think you have to purchase the saddle separately:

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