Corbin Motorcycle SeatsCorbin’s design team has engineered the perfect saddle for Honda’s do-it-all CRF250L. This new Dual Sport saddle combines the functionality of an off-road seat with the comfort of ergonomic design. It’s perfect for dirt, trail and street with Corbin’s cool eye appealing styling.
Corbin used its high-density Comfort Cell foam, which retains resiliency and doesn’t crush down like the stock foam, allowing for a lower seating platform. This design provides better ground reach and a balanced riding position.For the off-road enthusiast, Corbin left enough nose to allow riders to slide up the tank and get through the corners faster. Now let’s say you’re on a Dual Sport ride and you’ve just finished a bout with a nasty stretch of trail…you have some paved miles ahead to catch your breath. Slide towards the rear of the seat and you’ll find a wider sculpted bucket shape. This area of the seat gives you more square inches of body contact and the firm support you need for amazing comfort.By the time you hit the next leg of rough stuff you’ll be well rested and ready for more. As you’re seated, the bones in your posterior that take most of your body weight are roughly seven inches apart. Strangely enough, this is true for most adults. The stock seat at its widest point is about 6.5 inches. This actually makes the foam of the stock seat crush in and applies pressure to the center of your body.The Corbin model is much wider (11 inches), which supports your body weight over a greater area and equalizes pressure. Corbin covers it with only the highest grade of materials for durability and long life. To add a custom touch, the model here is shown with Carbon-Fiber seating, Asphalt sides and a coordinating red welt. The traditional Corbin tag has been replaced with a tasteful Corbin logo stitched right into the side panel. Installation is simple with a tongue in the front and two bolts into the saddle from the sides just like stock.The Corbin Dual Sport Saddle for the Honda CRF250L retails for $379. For additional information, call 800-538-7035, or visit Corbin.com.Submitted by V-Twin Marketing
Hello everyone and welcome once again to Motos and Friends, the weekly podcast brought to you by Ultimate Motorcycling. My name is Arthur Coldwells.
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In this week’s first segment, Editor Don Williams takes the smallest BMW ADV bike on an urban adventure in Los Angeles. The BMW G 310 GS is a full size motorcycle with a modest engine, so of course we wonder if it is a little too underpowered and might struggle. Don put it through its paces and gives us his take.
In the second segment, Neale Bayly and Kiran Ridley have returned from the Ukraine to Paris where Kiran is based.
Kiran is an award winning photojournalist, and as an accomplished documentarian, he has covered stories as diverse as drug smuggling around the Mexican border, to the devastation of the Australian Bush Fires, to the tragedy of the Mediterranean migration crisis. Neale and Kiran reminisce about their motorcycle adventure in the Ukraine, and their observations and experiences with the incredibly resilient people of Ukraine, who have been put through such brutal hardship.