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View Poll Results: What kind of seat do you use on your sporty?
Stock 244 27.89%
The "Reach" 2 up 12 1.37%
The "Reach" solo 13 1.49%
Sundowner 123 14.06%
Sidekick 9 1.03%
Badlander 45 5.14%
Aftermarket 2up 132 15.09%
Aftermarket Solo 239 27.31%
Other seats 97 11.09%
Piece of plywood 14 1.60%
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Similar distances to what I rode on the supersport, the stock HD is way better.
So … how far? How many miles?
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To NLXL. That does look like a comfy seat.

Reminds me of the style of seats that came on the 2006 Yamaha Roadstar 1700 era. ( possibly Yam uses similar to this day? )
I had this bike for short while many years ago and it was the most comfortable seat i had ever used.
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To NLXL. That does look like a comfy seat.

Reminds me of the style of seats that came on the 2006 Yamaha Roadstar 1700 era. ( possibly Yam uses similar to this day? )
I had this bike for short while many years ago and it was the most comfortable seat i had ever used.
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I looked at the Yamaha and the style does look kinda similar indeed. It is pretty comfortable. Never saw it on a Sportster although being OEM. Maybe it's a police model or something?
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I have several....a 100 Anniversary 2-up with some added foam in the nose, a stock solo with a little added foam in the nose and a Saddlemen Explorer dual. I prefer the Saddlemen.
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My '81 came with a mustang. VERY comfortable
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NOT MINE, but I saw this one in Las Cruces, NM a couple years back and thought it was certainly worth a picture…

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NOT MINE, but I saw this one in Las Cruces, NM a couple years back and thought it was certainly worth a picture…

This motorcycle looks so cool, I really like the brown seat.
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