Saddlemen Adventure Track Seats for Multistrada & Super TenereSaddlemen has released new Adventure Track Seat applications for 2010-11 Ducati MultiStrada models as well as the 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere. MultiStrada and Super Tenere owners will now be able to upgrade to a Saddlemen Adventure Track Seat that combines comfort, durability and style.
From the SaddleGel interior and progressive density foam to the Gel Channel design, Saddlemen’s Adventure Track Seats is intended to provide unparalleled comfort and control for the adventure or dual-sport rider. Adventure Track Seats feature rugged covers composed of vinyl and micro-fiber suede to withstand the harshest of elements while also providing a secure and comfortable ride. These Saddlemen seats have integrated bag or cargo mounting points on the pillion and are available with a remote controllable front heating system.2010-2011 Ducati MultistradaThe Saddlemen Adventure Seat’s handcrafted design comfortably cradles the rider during static or aggressive riding. The ergonomically designed pillion shape creates sturdy lumbar support for the MultiStrada rider while increasing cushion and improved sight line for the passenger.Heated for 2010-11 Ducati MultiStrada 1200 Part # 0810-1141 MSRP $679.95Non-Heated for 2010-11 Ducati MultiStrada 1200 Part # 0810-1140 MSRP $529.952012 Yamaha Super TenereThis Saddlemen seat for the Super Tenere features an intelligently engineered seat base and brackets to mimic the original seat’s height adjustability while improving fit. Both the rider and passenger portions of the Adventure Track Seat intermix with the original Yamaha seats. The rider’s front seat can also be used by itself to create a larger cargo platform. A new stand-alone rider solo seat is also available.Heated for 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere Part # 0810-1174 MSRP: $699.95Non-Heated for 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere Part # 0810-1173 MSRP $549.95For more information visit saddlemen.com. Saddlemen Adventure Track Seats are distributed through Parts Unlimited.
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