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Corbin Canyon Dual Sport Seat for Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200

Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 Corbin Dual Sport Saddle

Corbin has released a new seat for 2012-2013 Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 adventure motorcycles. The Stelvio Canyon Dual Sport Saddle is a perfect example of form and function and was designed to maximize comfort and usability while providing a custom look and longer riding range.

Corbin saddles are shaped to provide contoured support that lasts all day and will become your favorite accessory the first ride out. Another benefit of neutralized seating is that it creates a nice back support area for the rider. Notice how the step in the saddle gives both platforms a level posture and also creates 5.5 inches of lower back support for the rider.

Covered using genuine leather for a perch that breathes with your body, Corbin’s quality leather will break in along with the Comfort Cell foam for a luxurious ride. For this model Corbin has used black natural grain leather in the seating with Asphalt vinyl sides for contrast.

This Moto Guzzi Stelvio 1200 Canyon Dual Sport Saddle accepts an optional removable backrest in both the rider and passenger seating areas to add more comfort and security. Corbin’s backrest models install with a single screw and adjust easily to riding posture. There are several models of backrest available to suit your taste and the amount of support needed.

Canyon Dual Sport is available with optional electric heated seating panels for a luxurious touch on those chilly am rides. Heater units are completely self-contained inside the Corbin saddle. Installation is simple and we include a pigtail that integrates with the Moto Guzzi fusebox.

Moto Guzzi Stevlio 1200 Corbin Dual Sport Saddle MSRP: Non Heated Saddle-$493.00; Heated Saddle-$637.00; Black Glove box-$359.00; Ovalbac Backrest-$229.00

For additional information, visit Corbin.com.

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