Corbin's Comfort Cell Seats Ride Onto Suzuki's GSX

Sometimes the best customization a rider can make is that of their motorcycle seat. Whether for looks or comfort, changing out a seat can literally lead to miles of enjoyment.

Motorcycle enthusiasts who enjoy Suzuki’s GSX-R 750 or GSXR 1000 can feel like they’re riding a new motorcycle thanks to a new high-density Comfort Cell foam from Corbin Saddles.

‘Shaped like your body to create a greater area of body contact and proper weight distribution, the Corbin saddles eliminate pressure points and increase riding range,’ Corbin notes on the product page of its latest motorcycle saddle, ‘Built firm to stay resilient and support your body all day.’

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Considered an ergonomically corrected seating platform, the high-density Comfort Cell foam promises sport-touring comfort. After an initial break-in period, the Comfort Cell foam will adapt to a rider’s body to provide an even greater degree of comfort. Additionally, the seating platform has been ‘neutralized’ to reduce the tendency to slide towards the tank under braking.

Both front and rear saddles mount like stock and come with brackets preinstalled on the saddle. This saddle is designed to fit 2009-2015 Suzuki GSX-R 750 and GSXR 1000.

Corbin saddles come standard with genuine leather seating inserts for what they consider ‘a true touch of luxury’ promising not only the finest and most comfortable motorcycle saddles available, but also manufactured in the USA.

Need Part Numbers

  • Part# S-GSXR-75-15-F Front saddle - 2009 – 2015 Suzuki GSX-R 750/GSXR 1000 - M.S.R.P. $292
  • Part# S-GSXR-75-15-R Rear saddle - 2009 – 2015 Suzuki GSX-R 750/GSXR 1000 - M.S.R.P. $173
  • Part# S-GSXR-75-15-FR Front & Rear saddle, 2009 - 2015 Suzuki GSXR 1000 M.S.R.P. $465

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