If it feels like jello or maybe a waterbed, you may have too much air in it. You shouldn't roll around on it. Only takes a little air and will seem to be almost completely deflated when you're not sitting on it. I initially let a little out and tried it, then repeat until it got less comfortable, then go back up a little.A follow up here.
I found a used medium cruiser Air Hawke in excellent condition on another site for a good price. The temps where in the 70's here on Sunday so I was able to get out and do 150 miles with the cushion on the stock seat. No pain in butt, could have done a bunch more miles in that regard. But my right knee did need some stretching after about 120 mi.
It feels like you're sitting on a bowl of jello but I got used to it after a while. It will do for now and I do see a custom seat down the road.
I believe that statement.....Coming from a DR to the DL seat must feel like a recliner to you...:yesnod:Do people find that the Gstrom seat isn't comfortable? This is my first adventure bike after owning many sport bikes (and a Dr650). This seat feels like heaven to me.
Most don't think it's heaven.... in fact most want to change it for something else.Do people find that the Gstrom seat isn't comfortable? This is my first adventure bike after owning many sport bikes (and a Dr650). This seat feels like heaven to me.
I think that the medium size cruiser (18" x 12" ?) is a good choice. The AirHawk comes in two versions the more expensive AirHawk and cheaper AirHawk2. The first one has the bladder made of rubber the second one of polyurethane, but I think both are OK.Good advice so far.
Now a follow up question..... Which model/size Air Hawk works best with the stock seat?