I'm soon to leave Nashville TN to run the Valk around Lake Michigan and all the way back home. Still running a stock seat but I just can't wait. I just can't imagine how sore my saddle will be by Father's Day.
Hey! I'm in the same seat... literally!I'm soon to leave Nashville TN to run the Valk around Lake Michigan and all the way back home. Still running a stock seat but I just can't wait. I just can't imagine how sore my saddle will be by Father's Day.
flats, so perty much any cushy pillow item that wont slide off will improve the derry air situation.? some have resorted to the sitting on prayer beads and pray their hiney quits barking. others are more open to animal fetish and like a lamb or sheep between their legs, furr flying in the breeze. there are so many ingenious (or not) solutions to quelch butt burn. not all are perty and some are down rite disgusting. blow up betties, waffle gel squares are hideous. the marks they leave on you when you depart your mounted stead. some times it is better to just suffer in silence and hope you butt and that 2x8 they call a seat get to be friends.I'd grab a AirHawk 2 at pretty much any good-sized Honda dealer and you should be fine
Try using very little air in it. Most people over-inflate them apparently. The demo I saw showed the thing looking almost flat. He said you should only be perched about half an inch above your bike seat on it. Gets rid of the squirmy sensation apparently. Never tried it, just what I've read.I used an Airhawk... I didn't care for the shifting seat.