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Comfort

Discussion in 'Riding Tips' started by midgeman, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. midgeman

    midgeman

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    Who out there has a Riders Gel Seat fitted :?: .

    Are they as good as Triumph say and how would you rate them for:

    A) Comfort :D :| :(

    B) Looks :D :| :(

    C) Value :D :| :(

    Let us know if it is worth spending our hard earned £££££££.

    Midgeman.
     
  2. Jap_Sti_3

    Jap_Sti_3

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    Guess What, Yep you got it I have one one mine ;)

    A) 100% improvment

    B) You cannot tel the difference exept the ridge down the middle but has a Triumph Tag on.

    c) Sorry no idea how much they cost mine was in with the job lot I bought on ebay.

    Top tip get one bought from ebay and you will not be disapointed guaranteed. :cool: I find 300 miles in a day is not an issue at all.
     
  3. jimjam39

    jimjam39

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    Here is my 2 pence worth

    A) 50%, but this is down to me being a skinny runt and not having much natural "ahem" padding !:eek:

    B) Personally i prefer the look of it the original

    C) Its definetly worth it if you do longer journeys in the saddle with no breaks. I may have one for sale soon as it looks as if im trading in my SY for a red 09, and i will be getting the new 10mm lower gel seat for that.
     
  4. If you are going to look on ebay be carefull. I was looking at goddies for mine on Tue and saw a gel seat advertised at a good price. When I looked at the picture it was just the standard one.
     
  5. midgeman

    midgeman

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    Yes I saw that one as well and as far as I could tell it was a standard seat.

    Midgeman.
     

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