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I have been debating on getting a corbin seat for a long time, back and forth I go...and the real thing that holds me back is ease of mobility in the saddle. What do you guys think? I am running stock, and its not to bad for me...but over 200 (non to 1 stop) miles in a day it starts to show.
 

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If you like the feeling of seat piping up your ass crack when leaning through a turn, get the Corbin.
 

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I have one and don't have a problem getting off the seat. The Corbin for the RC is much different than the one I had on the 929. Geremy on motorush is selling a Sargent and a Corbin, both are excellent.
 

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RC owners like the piping up their arse. :gay: :rotfl:

I wouldn't change my seat. It's easy to move around in, and that's one of the things I like doing on my bike. (besides, I don't like piping in my a$$ crack ;) )
On long trips I try to make a conscious effort to shift around periodically on the seat so that I can go longer. You can also take more breaks during long rides.
 

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yeah, booth is right, the RC corbin seat is a bit flatter. I did still sell mine though, but its NOTHING like the 929 seat and how its cupped...
 

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booth23 said:
I have one and don't have a problem getting off the seat. The Corbin for the RC is much different than the one I had on the 929. Geremy on motorush is selling a Sargent and a Corbin, both are excellent.
Glad you like it. I didn't really give it a chance.
 

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Cool, that was the major issue with the other ones I have seen...they were just too "cozy" for me. Really deep ass cupping going on with them, and I felt it would make it a pain to move around in. :)

thanks guys! :thumb:
 
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