How to set up custom motorcycle seats for a seatpost in your bike
Posted On July 15, 2021
With all the recent changes in motorcycle seats, we are all wondering what to put on the seatposts to protect the rider from bumps and crashes.
If you are not sure, we recommend that you buy a seat post that has a wide base and a seat that is comfortable to ride.
We recommend that a wide seatpost is installed in all models, but if you have a low seatpost, you can place a seat on the front wheel, which will help the rider get used to the new position.
For example, if your bike seat is wide and you are comfortable on a low saddle, you may place a large seatpost on the rear wheel.
Or, if you are riding on a bike with a seat base wider than 20mm, you might consider placing a seat higher on the saddle.
We would recommend that if you plan on riding with a bicycle seat that you purchase a seat with a wide, flat seatpost.
This will help you position the seat on your seatpost so that it is not riding against the seatpost and you can move your arms and legs freely.
A wide seat post will also help you place your seat so that the seat will not block the air in the rear of the seat.
In addition, we would recommend having a small rear seatpost for a rider with small hands, such as a toddler or child.
A small rear rear seat post can also help to place the seat further back so that your shoulders do not fall down on the bike.
To make sure that your seatposts are comfortable, we also recommend that they are fitted with a protective cover that has an elastic material that will help to protect against bumps and falls.
We also recommend purchasing a seat cover that is more flexible than standard seatposts.
The seat cover should not stretch too far.
The elastic material should be able to absorb a small amount of force before the elastic material will stretch.
A wider seat post, in conjunction with a lower saddle, will also prevent your shoulders from falling down.
A rider will feel more stable and the rider will be able move their arms and leg freely.
As mentioned earlier, we advise that a seat is not placed on the back of the bike to protect your shoulders.
This would allow the rider to ride with the rider sitting on the rider’s backside and be more comfortable in the saddle position.
The rider should also be able get a good position with the seat at the front of the saddle for riding.
If the rider is sitting in a seat for extended periods of time, it can cause injury and even death.
Therefore, we strongly advise that riders that have an existing injury or have had a serious crash or other incident, or who are riding with other riders, do not place their seat on their backside for extended time.
Seat cushions can also become dislodged and fall off, creating a lot of additional wear on the cushion.
For riders who are injured or have been riding with others, it is important that the cushion be replaced.
Seat cushion replacement is an expensive and time-consuming task.
We strongly advise against using a seat cushion that has become damaged or that has been worn off completely.
To prevent damage to your seat cushion, we suggest that you get the seat cushions that have been used and inspected to ensure that there is no damage to the seat cushion.
If there are any tears, marks, or other damage, the seat should be replaced again.
When choosing a seat, we can recommend that riders choose one that is at least 25mm wide and 30mm tall.
However, if it is a custom seat, the rider should ensure that the rider has a good understanding of how to position their seat so they can safely ride their bike in the seat post position.