We are interested in purchasing a Corbin Seat for our DL1000 VStrom. Any information out there from someone who has purchased one? Like it or not? etc.
A new leather cover set me back an additional $100. I can put in 12-18 hour days seated on my Rich's saddle, whereas Mustang, Corbin and Sargent saddles were good for about 4-6 hours max before my butt wanted a break. In spite of Rich's quoted break-in period of 1000 miles, mine took less than two hours to feel superbly comfortable, and it keeps getting better and better with every ride. This is the first saddle that makes my backside feel perfectly integrated with the bike. It's no wonder Ironbutt competitors seek him out and waits for appointments can be over a month. I can personally attest that customer loyalty from Seattle area riders verges on the fanatical and after owning one, I'll never own another bike without one. I'll get some pics posted ASAP.scooter said:I have heard good things about Riches Custom Uphostery in Seattle. He charges $350.00 US for a custom made seat with a gelled pad insert.