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.
The Canyon Dual Sport Saddle is designed to maximize comfort and usability while providing a custom look and longer riding range.
Shaped like your body to create a greater area of contact and proper weight distribution, the Corbin saddles eliminate pressure points to increase riding range.
The Corbin Classic Solo Saddle for the 2019-2020 Can-Am Ryker is designed to provide maximum rider comfort combined with a classy, clean look.
The Dual Touring Saddle is just what riders need to maximize the long range capabilities of the Challenger with enhanced comfort for two.
Up front, the seating area has been ergonomically designed to distribute body weight over a greater area. This provides longer-range support and eliminates hot spots.
Corbin took the concept of the solo design Wall saddle and merged it with our two-up Gambler model to create the Widowmaker, which features six inches of vertical back support in the rider’s area while keeping a low profile without external backrest.
The dual sport saddle combines the functionality of an off-road seat with the comfort of our ergonomic design.
The trunk lid blends perfectly with the design of the Gold Wing for a clean, integrated look that’s built to add additional height for more storage without any modification to the Honda trunk itself.
Wiring easily to your Challenger, the Corbin seat heater is controlled via a conveniently located switch along the rider seating position on the left side. You just wire in the Corbin supplied pigtail and enjoy the warmth on those chilly morning rides.
The Gunfighter & Lady seat provides total comfort for you and a passenger on the XSR. The sculpted riding positions disperse body weight across a greater area so you enjoy mile after mile of comfort.
Constructed of durable ABS, the Corbin undertail kit provides a very clean appearance and tightens things up under the fender of the Zero SRF.