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  • #16
    Originally posted by gregness View Post

    That's pretty cold, Scott!

    Instead, how about, "Start eating lots of doughnuts, ice cream, fried chicken and pizza, and drink alot more beer, to build up a good butt cushion"!
    Glute bridges would be the most effective :)

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    • #17
      For relatively inexpensive fixes, I'd offer: "spencer's great day to ride"- http://www.greatdaytoride.com/ OR
      astech seats- https://www.astechseat.com/. Some FJR folks love what they do to stock seats.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by spectreman View Post
        For relatively inexpensive fixes, I'd offer: "spencer's great day to ride"- http://www.greatdaytoride.com/ OR
        astech seats- https://www.astechseat.com/. Some FJR folks love what they do to stock seats.
        Any idea how much they go for?

        Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk

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        • #19
          Spencer will mod your seat, you pre-pay all shipping, and he gets it back to you w/in 3 days, generally well under $150. He re-uses your OEM cover to keep costs down. Just be very specific w/what you want, your measurements, etc. Spencer is a great guy to work with and wants you to get it done correctly. He uses some super foam & reshapes it according to height, weight, inseam, etc.

          ASTECHSEAT does similarly for similar prices. I've never had a seat done by them but a number of FJR guys have and they swear by the company. They rebuild/layer the foams similar in style/nature to what Sargent does- that's a win in my book cuz I love Sargent seats. I wish I had known about them before I bought my Sargent for the FJR; would've been a good experiment.
          Lee

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          • #20
            Just Like Slayman, I use an Airhawk. I got the dual sport model and it fits the seat on my R6 just right and makes a huge difference in comfort. It does take a little adjusting to get it work well, but is well worth the $100. I went from squirming at 30 minutes, to being able to ride for 1.5 hours when my neck and wrists tell me to stop. I can use it on any bike too.

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