Motorcycle Types Cruiser Honda CTX 1300 Corbin Seat - Dual Saddle Released

Honda CTX 1300 Corbin Seat – Dual Saddle Released

2014-2015 Honda CTX 1300 Corbin Seat

Honda CTX 1300 Corbin Seat - Dual Saddle Released
Honda CTX1300 with Corbin Dual Saddle

Corbin’s new Dual Saddle for Honda’s CTX 1300 cruiser is available in a standard and “Close” version that provides seating closer to the bars with a slightly lower seat height. The “Close” version provides a seating position approximately 2 inches further forward than Corbin’s standard model.

Corbin saddles are designed to maximize comfort and usability while providing a custom look and longer riding range. Back by popular demand, Corbin now offers a LOW model dual saddle that has a seat height similar to the stock unit.

This Honda CTX1300 Corbin seat provides platforms that offer an increased area of body contact to give excellent weight dispersion and eliminate hot spots. The shaping of the Corbin saddle relieves centralized pressure and supports from the sides instead. 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 six and a half inches of lower back support for the rider. Even with the improved shaping, the Corbin Dual saddle still provides a clean, flowing line on the bike.

Accepts an optional removable backrest in the rider seating area to add more comfort and support. Corbin’s backrest models install with a single screw and adjust easily to your riding posture. Corbin offers several models of backrests to suit your taste and the amount of support needed.

Covered using genuine leather for a perch that breathes with your body, Corbin’s quality leather will break in along with your foam for a luxurious, personalized ride. Choose from a wide range of colors and textures at no added cost.

The Honda CTX 1300 Corbin seat installs like stock using the Honda key lock at the rear and tongues in the front. Due to Corbin’s rigid basepan, the center hooks are not required for installation of the Corbin seat.

For additional information, visit Corbin.com.

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