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R1200RT Extends riding in comfort
I purchased the Airhawk specifically for our "old military guys" annual ride. After several 500 mile days, my butt felt better than in previous years. A couple of the guys on the trip rode it for a couple hours and were impressed as well. Another advantage is the the ease of transferring it from one motorbike to another, if you have more than one in the garage.
July 17, 2014
Great, quick and not too pricey solution
I own a 1990 RD04 Honda Africa Twin. The bike is a legend and overall mechanic and performance are just great. The only problem......THE SADDLE IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH HUMAN ANATOMY!!!!! I thought in buying a new aftermarket saddle but decido to give a try to the Air Hawk DS. After a few minutes of installation and a couple of milles of playing with the right amount of air in the internal bladder, the thing work just fantastic. I extend my ridding time considerably, I'm not swinging right to left after an hour riding and I'm more focused. I just not longer looking for excuses to stop. Great solution for an affordable price.
July 8, 2014
saved me a lot of trouble
I purchased this seat after getting numerous positive feedback and I am glad i made the purchase. I live in India and ride iron 883. not to mention combination is deadly enough to kills your back and give you enough sour A$& issue. recently I did a long ride for about 400miles..approx 600Km and made 2 short stops.
Initially I felt little uncomfortable and had to make air pressure adjustment. thanks to other reviews who mentioned to keep the air pressure to least. you will feel like a layer in between and your seat. magic is really in the lessor air and not to inflate it to the max.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone suffering from sour butt issue or is a regular rider on long rides.
all the best.
P.S thank you revzilla for wonderful experience. this was my first purchase with you guys and will be glad to do business with you
June 23, 2014
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scott p: Bite measurements it seemed like it was the right sized one for my motorcycle, 09 FZ-6Jun 1, 2014
len c: Going on a long ride and need comfort!May 31, 2014
John H: 60 day refund from Airhawk if not satisfied. I'll give this $170 seat pad a try before dropping $400+ on a custom seat from Russell, Touratech, etc.Apr 25, 2014
Kevin M: My butts been starting too really hurt on long rides,hoping this will help.Apr 8, 2014
Darren P: I Chose These because me and the wife have big riding plans this year and her 2013 v-strom 650 and my 2014 bmw f800 gs adventure have very good seats already but with some research I hope these air hawks will fit good and make us be able to ride that much longer. We have been on many trips for thousands of kilometers and air hawks have been looked at by us for years this year we will see how good they work.Mar 24, 2014
Darren H asked:I have read blogs where people riding Adv-touring bikes such as my Triumph Explorer have been using the Airhawk medium cruiser. This dual-sport cushion is new to me. Do you have a suggestion as to which cushion to go with?May 29, 2014
Brian M:I would measure your seat . Find one close the that size.. I tried the DS on my KTM1190.. It just wasn't for me. I'm choosing to look for a new seat.. My KtM seat is not made to stay in all day. The Airhawk DS was no real help for me..Jun 11, 2014
Chris T asked:I have an Aprilia Tuono and living in New Zealand tend to do some pretty long trips on it. Which of the Airhawk seat pads would be the best fit for this bike (the DS doesn't have any measurements whereas the R does) ? Cheers ChrisJul 7, 2014
would love to help you with the measurements. for your quick reference...
DS CRUISER 11.5” Deep 11” Wide SMALL CRUISER 18" Deep x 12" Wide MEDIUM CRUISER 14" Deep x 14" Wide LARGE CRUISER 18" Deep x 14.5" Wide LARGE CRUISER PILLION 14" Deep x 11" Wide CRUISER PILLION 11" Deep x 9" Wide AIRHAWK R 14" Deep x 15.25" Wide
for more info check on their airhawk site airhawk net
do not forget to watch the video on revzilla on how can you find the best match.
mine is iron 883 with a small seat so had to opt this option. this pad isn't big enough though effective. I also ordered airhawk for my pillion however the cheaper option and quality difference is huge so in my opinion go for the best option.
Kevin M:Chris,I am not real familiar with Aprilia Tuono bikes,but by the look of pictures it does appear to be similar in size to my GS 1150.I bought the Dual Sport Seat Pad and I'm glad I didn't get any other size.It fits nicely on my bike and works quite well.It measures 12" in the back.....6" in the front ....and 12" in lenght.Hope this helps.PS don't over inflate, it works best with about a 1/2 in of air in it.Jul 8, 2014
Sean W:I did return my Airhawk DS, found out when I received it that the quick release was not on this model. Straps run through pad cover, which meant to put away I would have to remove seat every time. I have a top case to store seat in, for what ever reason, example rain. They took back the seat with no questions, and I ordered the Airhawk R , which does have the quick release clips. Just make sure item returned is unused and new condition. May have problems returning if it looks ridden on.
Paul A:No hassle returns, within 30 days I think. I returned the first one I ordered with no problem. Just make sure it's in new condition. I recommend keeping the tags on until you're certain...May 29, 2014
Mike C:Supposedly it is less than an inch if it is properly inflated. I am looking into which size would fit my bike and haven't closed in on that yet but in all the reading i have done, I have seen the part about adding less than an inch many times. Many say it is anywhere from 1/4 to 3/4 inch. Hope that helps.Apr 5, 2014