Corbin’s popular Dual Tour is available for the Rocket III with the option of electric seat heaters. This model provides you and a passenger with the most comfort and support available. Corbin’s sculpted seating gives proper weight distribution to allow long range comfort. Generously contoured platforms eliminate hot spots and centralized pressure that causes discomfort. On the inside, Corbin’s exclusive Comfort Cell foam material gives firm support that conforms to your body over time for a personalized fit. Naturally, Corbin kept a nice flowing line on the bike that integrates with the vintage theme.
Corbin’s Dual Touring Saddle accepts a removable rider’s backrest in the front seating position. Backrest is adjustable for a tailored fit to your posture and installs or removes easily as desired. Dual Touring saddle fits both the GT and R models of the Rocket III, but works best if you have the Triumph passenger sissy bar installed.
Speaking of backrests, Corbin introduced their newest model shown for the first time. The #BR Edge model has a design similar to the Ovalbac models with a sportier, edgy look. Naturally, it features over 100 degrees of adjustment like our other models. It also provides an added nine inches of vertical support. Due to the limited length of the seating on the new Rocket, it is usually best to remove the rider’s backrest when carrying a passenger.
You may notice that we’ve created a newly themed Corbin logo for English bikes that includes an embroided Union Jack on the side panels. We are making this available for all English makes at no added charge, but you do need to specify on your order.
Dual Touring saddle installs easily and integrates with the factory key lock. Aluminum seat rails transfer from your stock seat onto the Corbin saddle. If you opt for electric heat, we include a wiring pigtail that connects directly to the Rocket’s battery. A timer is built into the saddle to turn off the heater automatically if you forget when parking your bike.