Firstly let me say this: I am not suggesting that you try any of this when riding! I am suggesting that you evaluate your riding environment and do not do anything that could compromise your reaction time in your specific riding situation.
I wanted to start a thread to see how people keep comfortable on their bikes. Sometimes, during a longer ride, a change of body position is a much welcome thing. If you had a 400-500 mile day, you know what I'm taking about.
Here are a few things that I do at times:
1. Stand on the pegs (low speed riding only)
2. Put my feet back on passanger pegs (I find this works well for highway)
3. Lift myself up a bit and sit more "back" on the seat, like the beginning of passanger seat
4. Use my Crampbuster like so:
(Yes I have Acerbis hand guards which have aluminum bent frame on then so I can "hook" the rest of my fingers to the bend; I might do the same for clutch hand too)
5. Put my leg up on Givi crashbar. One leg at the time only. It requires effort to keep there so this is maybe a 15 second thing (quick stretch)
6. Keep holding the throttle with the right hand, but grab the left rear passanger grab bar with my left hand