you sit in the front or the back, your seat should not bite
you, make your back sore, nor make you shift forward.
Your personal space and width should accommodate your size.
The driver should be able to be flat-footed. Driver's
having a backrest should not be cramped or not touching.
Riders come in all sizes. Bar Enterprises makes certain
that our seats accommodate the driver and the passenger.
When you arrive, you should be relaxed and feeling good.
Sportster 1200C from Kingman, AZ
seat is a re-do of her stock 2-up seat. We changed it
to our Dream Hitchhiker Pillow.
She wanted a black cloth top cover due to she rides in hot
Arizona. She keeps the bike parked under cover
when she is not riding.
Sent: Thursday, December 09, 2004
Subject: ONE VERY HAPPY CUSTOMER!!!
I put my seat and sissy bar pad on my bike last
night. It looks soooooo nice! I LOVE IT!!! It
really makes the bike. As soon as I can get it
out of the garage all shined up nice, hopefully
this weekend, I'll take some pix of it and send
them along to you to do with as you like on your
web site. It's really pretty, I'm so happy.
Please pass along to Andy my thanks also. I will
CERTAINLY pass on to anyone who asks, where I
had my seat made and how they can have it done
also. I'll keep your email handy handy just in
Thanks for being so patient with me and for
putting out such a great product. You guys
really know your seats.
Kathy in Kingman, AZ
Sent: August 08, 2005
Subject: Ladies page
have been riding as passenger longer than I have
my own bike. Got sick of sitting in the back.
The first time I ever sat my butt in he driver's
seat was at my MSF riding lesson in Las Vegas.
That was on June 12, 2004. My Sportster arrived
at the dealership on June 18, 2004, just in time
to ride to the Williams HOG Rally. I rode
600 miles that weekend alone. Got my break-in
done in 2 days, so that was nice. I ride
my bike more in a year than I do my car. When we
finished our Possie Run up to Washington State
on July 16, 2005, I'd clocked in 21,600 miles.
That was done in just over 13 months. So,
although I can't say I've been riding for a long
time, I certainly have been riding a lot and
intend to ride a whole lot more. If riding
wasn't in my blood as a passenger, it certainly
is now as the driver. Next year we're planning a
ride up to Glacier National Park in Montana as
our final destination. Of course, we take
all the scenic by-ways along the way on the trip
up there and back. Can't wait. The one thing I
can say now is...
THE HECK DIDN'T I START RIDING 10 YEARS AGO!!!
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