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Airhawk2 Cruiser Pad

The AIRHAWK 2 is designed for the riders who need some help on those occasional long rides. The performance is far superior to any gel/foam/synthetic sheepskin combo on the market. 


  • Identical to the original Airhawk except the inner bladder is made of polyurethane
  • Polyurethane is much lighter, thinner and does not stretch as much as neoprene
  • Air filled cushion fits to your shape and redistributes pressure
  • Great for people who do the occasional 6 hour or less ride
  • Medium 14" x 14"
  • Small 17" L x 12" W

Note: Please measure your seat or seating area prior to ordering. 

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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Airhawk 2 Cruiser Pad 4.3 5 64 64
Comfortable but not sturdy I bought two Air Hawks, one for a Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and the other for a BMW R 1200 GS. Both are very comfortable. Rode the V-Strom for 1,000 miles in 20 hours and the BMW for 1,000 miles in two days. They do slip around a little on the seat and have to be re-adjusted. The unit on the BMW still is fine, but one hookup strap on the Suzuki ripped loose from the case. I may buy another to replace it if I can't get it resewn. November 2, 2015
Nothing better I've tried them all...custom aeats, sheep skin, beads.. nothing works like airhawk. The only problem is it expands with altitude becoming uncomfortable. I found a hand pump that allows me to adjust while I ride at http://bettermotorcyclestuff.tictail.com/. Now it is PERFECT. October 9, 2015
Love it! I should be a salesman for these things. I regularly let friends borrow mine to nurse their butts back home on long rides. I've gone over 750 miles in a day and never thought about my butt once. August 24, 2015
Bang for the buck Hoping to get a more comfortable seat for my st1300 in the future. But for under a 100 bucks you can't bet this. Not only did it make my long cruises more comfortable but it helped a lot keeping the engine heat off my butt. August 17, 2015
This will save you butt / Highly Recommended I have been using the Air Halk for several years for long distance rides it will save you butt I have had three of these when it get a hole just patch it with a tire patch kit and you are on you way July 20, 2015
Saves your behind We just got done with a 1300-mile trip and the Air Hawk 2 really was helpful in extending our periods of road time. 300-350 miles is fine and it drastically reduced fatigue. Only problem like many have said are the cheap bra-strap fasteners, I would think a teens training bra has a better, secure hold. July 20, 2015
Cushy ride, would be 5 stars except for weak straps I'm trying the small cruiser on a 990 ADV after wearing out a lamb butt pad I used for years. The Airhawk 2 feels squishy at first, but that settles into cushy comfort after a few miles of slab. Very impressed with everything except the tie down straps. They are not much more substantial than bra straps. I stand frequently when riding offhighway and I'm concerned they will break or simply slip off like a teenager's on prom night. I can replace the weak straps with a cut bicycle inner tube but for a premium product, I shouldn't have to. June 29, 2015
Soft easy to take care of and add air. I have only ridden my bike twice with this airhawk, so far really like it. Being able to control the air is a great feature. April 29, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Todd W: Wife need something to help with her very hard Corbin on her Yamaha FZ1. This is a very good fit for the saddle shape and provides much-needed cushioning. I wouldn't suggest it for someone like me who likes to move side to side on a sport bike when running on the twisties. She tends to stay in one position so I think this will suit her. Oct 1, 2015
Wayne M: Dare I say it, the Danny Grey seat I purchased from you is not very comfortable. So I will try one of these seat cushions. Sep 28, 2015
Daniel W: Limited competition, but after using it for the summer I have been very happy with its comfort. Aug 17, 2015
Ronald S: My neighbor has one and he let me use it. I liked the way it relived the pressure point on my tail bone. Aug 17, 2015
robert g: I have been experiencing hot spots when I ride for a while now so I decided to try the air hawk seat cushion, I hope this is the answer.I wanted to try this before I take a long trip on my Goldwing, Jul 21, 2015
robert o: Blow it up and ride till you fall over Jul 15, 2015
Tray W: I needed more padding, Jul 9, 2015
Andrew C: This has been the best purchase I've made for long trips. This has literally saved my A** . the last two rides combine over 1000 miles. I would have not survived the original seat alone. Jul 1, 2015
A N: I have skinny seat and needed something that would fit but also move its padding when i moved. Jun 9, 2015
David M: My HD Sportster has a real sharp impact through the seat. Hoping to smooth that and other bumps out. This seems to be the lowest cost remedy. Jun 1, 2015
Scott S: I chose this seat pad because I used one on a rental bike in Europe and it was great for 10 hour biking days. Feb 11, 2015
Steven G: Having recently completed a very long day out, made even longer by a detour due to a serious accident closing the state highway, I found my butt was suffering. Reading up on what other BMW R......GS riders had done I came across the AirHawk cushion.
So I went to my favorite on line shop - Revzilla.
Dec 31, 2014
Mark G: Because I thought it would work. I'm not happy with this product after tweaking the air level at least a dozen times. Sep 29, 2014
Jason L: Good value, dont need it all the time, but when i do it is a "but"saver Sep 8, 2014
Eileen W: Long haul rides, works great. Aug 25, 2014
Derek H: I heard this really helps on long trips. Aug 20, 2014
G C: Should be proper fit for my R1150GS. Aug 5, 2014
Gary P: Got good reviews at Swing forum. Hoping it will be more theft proof then the Saddleman cushion. Aug 4, 2014
Jon D: It seemed like a good economic option to give better comfort for an upcoming trip. If I did more of these trips I would probably opt for a custom seat. But for now the Airhawk2 on top of my Sargent should do the trick. We shall see. I hope to be writing a good review in the near future. Jul 21, 2014
RUBEN F: A great buy, very comfortable and cool on long trips is wonderful. Changes slightly the driving position, because it increases the height, but for me it has not been a problem. Jul 16, 2014
Timothy P: KLR650 seat is REALLY uncomfortable and the cheapest replacement seat is about $200.00 Jul 8, 2014
Christopher S: For the long haul. Didn't work as well as I had hoped. Jul 5, 2014
Brian G: I actually hated this, could never get used to it May 21, 2014
Phil S: Good reviews, good price, free shipping. May 16, 2014
Vivek Krishnan R: for a smooth long ride May 14, 2014
Andre M: very good product and very comfy, i used it all the time for riding
Apr 25, 2014
Caleb J: Highly recommended on the adventure riding forums! Apr 24, 2014
Nate C: I heard they work great. Purchased for my wife and her f650gs. Turns out it does work great. She's able to ride much longer before she needs to stop for a break. Apr 17, 2014
David R: A friend has a higher end model and loves it, so i am hoping that this will give me similar comfort for long rides. Apr 9, 2014
Christopher F: With a month long ride coming up, know the stock seat on my Versys isn't gonna cut it. This got really good reviews and the CS @ RZA was able to recommend the size since one of them has it on a Versys. Looking forward to trying it out! Apr 6, 2014
steve f: to help the old bones stay with the shiny side up a bit longer and keeep in the sadle for the long halls. Dec 19, 2013
Laura W: I was asked to purchase it for a gift by my son for his wife. Nov 18, 2013
Rod J: Value for money and functionality. Nov 14, 2013
A shopper asked: I am looking at Airhawk2 on an F800GT which is 12" wide towards the back of the main rider segment of the oem standard seat. I like the shape of the Medium version of the Airhawk2, but being 2" wider at 14", would this be a problem in mounting the seat? Mar 22, 2015
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Christopher S: Generally speaking; no, I don't think that this should pose a problem with using the Airhawk. However, as you're probably aware, the Airhawk is intended to be used with just enough air in it to keep you off of the seat. This means that any part of the Airhawk that you're not in direct contact with will form a "bubble." That might be annoying to you (it was to me). I don't think you'll be able to make a determination on whether that will bother you without trying the Airhawk out. This would be much less of an issue with something shaped like the Airhawk R. Mar 22, 2015
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Jovan V asked: What size do you recommend for a 800GS with a BMW Comfort Seat installed? Aug 27, 2013
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Kenneth B: The Airhawk web site had a chart with the make of motor cycle and the recommended size for that machine. Sep 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size would you recommend for a 2000 W650? Aug 19, 2013
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Gordon K: This is probably where you can find all your seat fitment references.
Aug 24, 2013
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Michael G: I have a 2011Suzuki DL650 V Strom. I have the narrower cruiser pad. Not perfect but I have to say It does work well once the air pressure is adjusted properly. The straps are a little annoying but manageable once you figure them out. Has definitely extended my saddle time over what I can handle on the stock seat. Aug 20, 2013
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javier f: I bought the MD size for my F800GS with a Sargent seat. I'd recommend the smaller size for your W650 if you have the stock seat. Aug 20, 2013
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Eric M: Sorry - not sure. My only data point is that the "small" size fit my wife's BMW F650GS Twin. Aug 20, 2013
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Marcus C: Well, I would say the MD size is the best. It will fit almost perfectly in all seats. Aug 20, 2013
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PAULO HENRIQUE P: The shape and size of your bank Kawasaki would be medium size for the pilot. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Can anyone compare the elevation gained using the Airhawk vs. Beadrider Beaded seats?
I use and love the latter, but I have found them to only last a year. Thus, I am considering purchasing an air hawk.
Oct 13, 2014
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Michael E: I have not used the beadsame but have the air hawk and love it. It is inflatable so adds maybe half an inch but that really depends on how mucheap air you put in it. I have about 10,000 miles on it with my BMW F650GS and would not think of taking it off. Oct 13, 2014
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Michael A: My airhawk lasted about 8 months, then the material that the straps hook to began to tear. Had it sort of hanging by one strap for a while, then lost it when I stood up on the highway. Fairly comfy, but more of a stop-gap solution I think.

It lasted about 14k miles for me.
Oct 14, 2014
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Mark W: The Airhawk is truly comfortable and the best purchase I've made.
Some seat elevation, but definitely more comfort.
Oct 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi. Please advice me on the size to buy on the airhawk 2 for a 2012 v strom 650?. The chart does not list this bike. Thxz May 5, 2014
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Darryl L: You'll probably have to do what I did, measured the area you want to cover and then look up the Airhawk that best fits your measurements. I bought mine to cover the passenger seat of my 2009 VFR800. It is for the wife's comfort.

Hope this helps.
May 5, 2014
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Russell M: You'll probably want the small cruiser, that's what I use on my 690 Enduro. The medium and large have a saddle shape. The small is just as long as the large, but the rectangular shape fits a dual sport saddle. Jun 16, 2014
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Robert K: The measurements for each size is listed on the product page. Go out and measure your seat to see which one falls close. I got the small on my CB500F and it is larger than the seat. May 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Triumph Tiger 800. Which size do you recommend for the me? Jun 16, 2015
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Eric K: I have a Tiger 800 XC. The small works and fits perfectly. Jun 16, 2015
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Maher Z: Agree same for the GS F700 Jul 14, 2015
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Christopher E L asked: Would you recommend the longer (small, I think) version of this product, or the Airhawk2 Pillion version for a KTM 690 Duke passenger? The pillion seat seams kind of small and this looks like it will provide more coverage and thus more comfort for my passenger. Apr 17, 2015
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Christopher S: I don't have experience with the Duke, but I would probably go with the smaller version. On my Tiger 800, the recommended size is almost too big. The problem is that whatever part of the airhawk isn't directly underneath you tends to balloon up around you - and this can be uncomfortable. You might want to make a template of the pillion size and see how it covers your passenger seat. Jun 4, 2015
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E J: Christopher Yes but it will take some time to get air pressure right... do not put a lot of air in it very little. If you have too much air they will have a roll or feel like they are about to slide off... But once you get the air right you will have a happy rider...

Eddie S.
Apr 17, 2015
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Harshit G asked: What size would work with an Iron883 Stock seat? Jan 28, 2015
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Geoffrey M: I'm guessing if a MD fit my seat, (a BMW F800R naked roadster) it'd probably fit an 883 too. Feb 3, 2015
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A S: Any verdict on whether or not the MD fit the XL883? Jun 16, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi guys,what size air hawk 2 would you suggest for use on a F800gs? Aug 27, 2012
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Junie: Most of the guys at advrider forum use a cruiser size small. That's what I ordered and it fits my low seat just right. There's a little slack around the sides but I like it because it kinda made the seat a little wider hence more comfortable. I was about to order the pillion airhawk and now I realized that it would've been too small. Hope this helps. Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: Based on the dimensions of the BMW F800 GS seat we recommend the Airhawk 2 in size small. Aug 29, 2012
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A shopper asked: G'day I own a HONDA VTR 1000 firestorm and would like to know what size pad would best suit this bike?
And how long would it take to ship to Adelaide in Australia??
Cheers Hutchy.....
Oct 1, 2015
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Obeidullah N: Hi
I had a Suzuki Bandit 1250S
I ordered a medium size which fit like a glove so I think a medium should do the job for you
Oct 29, 2015
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stephen c asked: Has anyone tried this on the new Kawasaki Vulcan S? It's a new model for 2015, so there's not much info on aftermarket part fitment.

Seat measure 17" long (end to end) x 13" wide (at it's widest). The 14x14 Medium seems OK for length, but if it's wider than the seat does that cause problems? The S seems too long since you not supposed to have it extend beyond where you sit.
Jul 14, 2015
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Maher Z: Stephen,
I use the Airhawk 2 Cruiser ( Small) on my BMW GS F700. The total seat length is around 27.5" and the width is around 11" ( the widest part). It is OK if it is extend a bit on the side where you sit ( between the thighs). As a matter of fact I prefer it this way due to the design of the F700 seat. One major challenge is finding the sweet spot. If you over inflate it you will find yourself sliding towards the front ( depends on type of Bike ) and it won't do at all the job. You might be surprised how small the quantity of air needed to find the most comfortable spot.
Jul 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, has anyone used the AirHawk2 Cruiser Pad on a Yamaha Bolt yet? Would this be the best recommendation for the Bolt? Nov 11, 2014
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