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.
Night Train from snowy Andrews, In
This is his
This is a
picture of Pat's Softail before the new seat...
fore his new seat.
Here is the bike
with his new Solo with flames inlayed with suede leather.
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 3:39 AM
To: Patty R Glenn
Subject: Bike pictures
Well I finally got around to taking a few pictures of
my bike. Somewhere I have pictures from all stages that I have had
mine bike in, but they say the mind is the first thing to go, and I
think mine is going fast, in other words I don't remember where I put
them. The first picture is just prior to putting my new seat on, the
next one is with the new seat and a photo of the seat, and the last
one is of a grumpy old man, upset that he can't take his bike out and
play. A lot of people can't understand why I gave up an Ultra Classic
with all the comfort of a Lazy Boy and went to riding a Softail with
almost no suspension and no windshield and no back rest and no 12 disk
CD changer and everything else that the Ultra had. There is a good
explanation for that. because it's Damn Fun, and as long as my butt
and back will take it, I'm going to ride as free as possible.
back to the seat. I tried several companies before finding BAR Enterer rises
web site, and most people didn't return my e-mail and
the ones that did wanted to do it their way. And then I e-mailed Patty
and got Exactly what I wanted. I will recommend BAR Enterprises to
anyone wanting a quality built seat. I have a couple of small projects
that I will be requesting a quote from you very soon and hopefully
this summer my son and myself are going to put together a chopper and
it will have a BAR Enterprise seat on it.
PS: If you were wondering, no the bike is not done,
re-do the back wheel and maybe different paint, etc.
Pat is unhappy because he can not ride in the snow!
Patrick, Thanks a lot for sending the pictures. Night
Trains are hard to beat for looks. You go for it Pat. I am
sure your butt and back will be just fine with that new Millennium
I will be looking forward to working with you and your son on your new
Take care and again thanks, we do appreciate your business.
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