Airhawk Dual Sport Seat Pad
Airhawk comfort and durability.
This is not my first Airhawk purchase. My original Airhawk was bought for a Goldwing and is too wide for my BMW 1200 GS. The first Airhawk is over 6 years old and is still functioning like new. The second Airhawk being much narrower will extend my saddle time on the GS Adventure. Being a repeat buyer attests to my belief in this product. Revzilla is a great company to purchase equipment for my bikes. They have fair pricing , excellent product descriptions and fast service.
December 22, 2014
I was generally not happy with the product.
I did find the seat comfortable. I also think it is not worth the money. This product should not cost more than $50.00
October 13, 2014
I'm going to return mine, it's just to small. If I move just a little bit I'm not fully on it. You might think that maybe I have a big derriere but i don't. It can be a little more comfortable when I'm spot on it but definitely not wort the price.They call it the dual sport model and yes you are standing most of the time off road but when en=route to your off road riding area ir where I need the comfort. I'm considering getting the small cruiser model for my KLR 650
September 15, 2014
The seat on my KTM 1190 ADV is really hard. Bought this solution and it took awhile to find the needed amount of air to feel good. Now the long trips are easier. But there is one cons - I'm slipping back while accelerating fast.
September 5, 2014
This product did not work for me.
I purchased the Air Hawk DS for use on my 2005 Suzuki V-Strom 650, the oem seat tends to push me forward toward the tank and the padding is thin. I am 6ft./245lbs. The Air Hawk pad was wide enough but too short for me. It would not give support front to back, and did nothing to prevent the seat contour from pushing me forward.
This pad may work ok for a smaller rider on the V-Strom, but did not work for me.
August 23, 2014
This pad litteraly saved my butt.
I didn't expect a seat pad to make a big difference in my riding experience, but my new Air Hawk made me a believer on my first ride. The temperature on the hottest stretch of road was 104, and I was the most comfortable one of the bunch. The learning curve was fairly easy, once I got the air pressure dialed in. I was carving the road on my chicken strips and my seat always felt stable. Several of my riding buddies are talking about getting themselves one. I thank you and my butt thanks you more.
August 18, 2014
More miles with smiles
I have an older Airhawk but it didn't fit the shape of my R1200R seat. The new Dual Sport is a great improvement and works very well. They are expensive, but so is a new seat.
August 4, 2014
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