New Technology To Debut At Hollister Rally
More than a decade ago, Royal Riding pioneered the use of gel inserts with the original Cool-Tush seat pads. By combining contour-cushioning foam with a special polymer “gel” borrowed from the life sciences field, Royal Riding made it possible to ride like royalty without having to break the bank. However, materials and design have advanced. To keep up with technology, Royal Riding is rolling out the LoPro line at the 2017 Hollister Independence Rally, June 30-July 2.
“It is everything our original Cool-Tush gel seat pads are, but with some new twists,” explains Royal Riding’s Rod Derifield. “Our new gel formulation distributes weight and deadens vibration more effectively than the original, yet it is half the thickness,” he explains. “We were able to get the same level of comfort with less gel material for a lower profile.”
Immediate benefits of the LoPro pad include a sense of being connected with the bike, yet cutting out half an inch from the height means a shorter rider can now use a seat pad. “We know that stock seats are a compromise to fit the ‘average’ customer… however Royal Riding believes comfort is not an area for compromise.”
If you can’t make it to the royal rollout at the Hollister Independence Rally this weekend, check out the Royal Riding range of seat pads, including the standard Cool-Tush and classic sheepskin, at the website: https://royalriding.com