The Sargent seat is a good improvement, but if you're doing LOTS of all day rides I would look towards the custom market where they can put some extra padding in there. The Sargent is still quite thin.
Glad to hear it's a big improvement for you. I'm still waiting on mine to arrive, hopefully in the next few days. Would love to get it tomorrow and install it for this weekend's rides, though they won't be long distance treks.Swapped on the Sargent, but didn’t ride for a few days. Rode 60 miles yesterday. Completely forgot about it despite the extra width. Finally remembered when my ass didn’t hurt afterwards like it normally did! Looking forward to long rides now.
Anyone could give me their input on a seat for R nine T looking at Sargent, wunderlich one piece seat or bmw /5
@GapRunr is right, there's a lot of information on the forum, try the search function, mate.A quick search on "Sargent" turned up 425 posts. You might find some very good information doing a basic search.
They both felt great to me, but I didn't ride the /5 seat, only sat on it at the dealer. I put about 1,000 miles on the Sargent and it's one of the most comfortable moto seats I've owned. I think you can go either way, which do you like better- a full length single seat like the /5? (BMW also has a tall brown single seat option for the Scrambler, a friend your height has that and likes it, much more comfortable than the thin stock seat) Or a 2 piece seat with the Sargent mated to the BMW rear seat?Thanks I'm 6"2 so hight would be better for me so which did you like better /5 or Sargent
Nice pictures thanksA few more pics showing relative size and height with the stock rear seat.
Did ~250 miles today and the seat made a big difference. Same ride last year for MotoGP had me desperate to stop every 75 miles. This year I was fine. Shifting my weight around a bit kept me relatively comfortable.
Do you have pic of Sargent seat on bike with stock pillion