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The last mile feels like the first, thanks to AIRHAWK's exclusive Shape Fitting Technology. This patented system eliminates painful points and promotes consistent blood flow for a longer, more comfortable ride. Memory foam can't do it. Gel seat can't do it. Only a genuine AIRHAWK can do it. And it's fully customizable and portable - use it on any bike for any rider. The neoprene AIRHAWK's stretchy material has a much more substantial and luxurious feel, especially at the end of a long day in the saddle.
The proof is in the ROHO DRY FLOATATION technology, which has effectively assisted in the healing and prevention of pressure sores in wheelchair and long-term care patients for over 30 years
Inner bladder is made of neoprene
The air-filled Airhawk cushion custom fits your shape and redistributes pressure that causes numbness and discomfort when you ride
In addition, your motorcycle cushion will reduce vibration and assist in absorbing shock
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Jorge S: for extra comfort on long ridesApr 28, 2015
K A: Have a new Honda vfr interceptor 2014. Corbin doesn't make a custom seat for it yet. Looking for something to use in the interim. Reviews look goodApr 23, 2015
Greg W: My wife's bum is good to me, I wanted to be good to her.Jan 30, 2015
Robert C S: Made logical sense on method of providing comfortJan 29, 2015
Sergio S: Planning a long trip. Hope this keeps me from spending 100s on a new seatDec 25, 2014
Anthony: I just purchase a HD CVO street glide; as we all know, the HD, no matter the model vibrates a bit. I'm used to riding Iron man rides on Gold Wings and BMW GTL's - - - never on a HD Street glide. So, I was looking for a quality product to relieve seat vibration on long rides. 52 reviews on this product say _ highly recommend - PUCHASE now!Dec 4, 2014
Eric R: I ride on a springer seat and I needed something I could take full day rides on. This is a great cushion, I rather use this on occasion that have a large seat that doesn't look right on the bike.Nov 25, 2014
Martin C: All reviews that I have seen seem to indicate that this product really works. I am hopeful it will fit my bike and will relieve some of the stress of long distance riding.Aug 8, 2014
K V: Kawasaki versys stock seat is very uncomfortable and based on recommendations from the members at versys forum I bought this cushion and am very pleased with it. It is very comfortable and let's me ride longer distancesJul 20, 2014
Andrea C: seams to be a good product to reduce fatigue when riding a bike for many hours.Jul 17, 2014
Steve P: I choose this item because me and my wife we do a lot of miles and the last time me and her we couldn't feel our behind. with all the good review and video and we want to do the extra miles we have decided to go with this product.Jul 8, 2014
Rowdy R: 1000 mile trip coming up and the stock Triumph seat just won't cut it.May 12, 2014
Daniel C: Because it is a great seat pad for the long rides.Nov 3, 2013
A shopper asked:Hello, what size do you recommend for a BMW F800GS with a BMW comfort seat? I'm interested in the AirHawk2 model. Thanks!Aug 27, 2013
Deborah M:I chose the standard Airhawk Seat Pad for my F800GS with the BMW Rally seat. Check the measurements of the Small and Medium Airhawk2 Cruiser Pad for the best match to your Comfort Seat dimensions; if the seat is wider, the Medium may work best. Revzilla has an excellent exchange policy if you feel another choice would work better. BTW, just returned from a 4-day, 3-night 1000 mi. ride with both paved and unpaved riding; I am VERY happy with the Airhawk seat pad! Hope this helps! Safe riding!Aug 28, 2013
A s:I bought an AirHawk seat pad for my BMW K1200R and have used it on that bike and my Buell Ulysses, too. It greatly helps to attenuate fatigue and soreness on longer rides. I can't comment on the AirHawk2; but, the company makes a decent product.Aug 27, 2013
Martin H:The small cruiser size fits nicely on my F800ST. The seat on the GS looks different, with more of a scooped out look. My guess is that it would still fit fine. The cushion does a nice job on long days in the saddle.Aug 28, 2013
Kevin H:Chad, This definitely adds seat height but depends on how much air you put in. If you have none it is pretty minimal and the manufacturer suggests that very little air is needed. To get an effect you need some air and I would say it adds an inch of height with minimal air. Hope that helps. KevinNov 29, 2014
Stephen F:Sorry for such a late response. The seat pad does add to the height. My wife likes it because it puts her up higher. I have used it, and while I can tell the difference in height, it doesn't effect ride or foot touch.Dec 7, 2014
Kurt E:Glad to answer: it may add 1/8 inch to your seat height. You are supposed to only lightly inflate the Airhawk with the aim to support parts of your butt which do not make contact with the seat.Nov 29, 2014
Brod C:I rode my dr650 10,000 klm in 22 days and found the most comfort with minimal air presure. The airhawk seat pad offers support to the part of you that normaly is not contacting the seat,so not adding to seat height.Nov 30, 2014
Paul C:Yes. That should be obvious, no? It depends on how much you inflate it. Seat heivht might increase a qtr inch or less, or much more if you go hog wild and really blow that sucker up.Nov 29, 2014
B M:I have a 2003 K1200RS and I bought the small cruiser pad. I measured but the measurements aren't that crucial. I looked at R1200GS pics and I think the same pad would work fine. I never attached it to my bike either and it stayed right where I placed it. I stepped off my bike at the end of a day and felt the same as I did when I climbed on but with only fatigue from the hours I put in that day. I'm 51 years old and have been riding 39 of those years. I hadn't done a long trip in about 15 years. Rev Zilla has an awesome return policy. So if the fit isn't right send it back. I just rode a 5000 mile round trip with it and it was worth every penny and more. Buy the Airhawk II . You'll be glad you did. I adjusted mine so my butt only touched the seat while in corners. There is an adjustment period but you get used to it pretty fast. Bob MayoJul 29, 2014
Brian H:Hello Mike, After having purchased and tried a gel seat cushion (too hot), a ceramic bead seat cover (hard on my butt after an hour), I purchased Airhawk cushions and this is the best without equal for my wife and I. The cushion pressures are easily adjusted, don't leak and remain comfortable in 35 or 100 plus degree temperatures for all day riding on our HD Trike. Looked at your R1200GS but you will need to make the size determination based on your sitting area. Revzilla is my preferred choice for Motorbike parts and accessories as I have found their customer service and return policy to be the best in the industry. Safe riding, Brian.Jul 29, 2014
B M:Thats a good question. Looks as if Airhawk has changed their size options and added a few new items to their line since I bought mine. I used the cruiser pad on a 5000 mile trip on my K12RS and it was perfect. For a 650 GS? it looks like they have a "dual sport" pad in their line up now. Id go with that one. The cruiser pad would fit it also. I noticed on the Revzilla web page for the pad that sm and med or lg were an option... dont know about that.. Just go with the dual sport option you''ll be fine. Air it up sit on it let air out till your butt is about an inch off the seat. When you corner your inside butt cheek and thigh will contact the seat for stability. While riding straight line you will be riding on air, so no pressure points. Niiiice... It will feel strange at first but give it a few local rides first and adjust to it and get a feel for how much air you like. Oh , and I never strapped mine to the bike, didnt need to it sticks just fine, If you ride standing I would though. Best 170 I ever spent. I never had a sore spot since. In the off season its in my office chair.. Hope this was helpful.. Bob M Northern IdahoApr 22, 2015
Stephen F:I cannot answer the question directly b/c I do not know the dimensions of the seat. But I made my decision by measuring the seat, and in my case it was for the passenger seat on a Victory Vision Tour, and still there wasn't a size that I thought would fit it perfectly. However, the Airhawk Seat Pad formed easily to the seat by turning it sideways. Apparently, the air chambers conform to pressure points allowing for at least some molding to the seat of the bike. I would go by size of the seat and cushion, keeping in mind you may need to position the pad to fit. We had no problems with the adjustment. Hope this helps!Jul 25, 2014
RevZilla:The Airhawk seat pads are supplied with two adjustable straps to attach the pad to your motorcycle seat. The bottom side of the Airhawk is constructed with a grippy non-slip material to keep it from moving around in addition to the straps.Jul 26, 2012
A shopper asked:Hi team, I have brand new 2014 kawasaki z1000 (Sugomi) stock seat is hurting me a lot. Please help and suggest which of the airhawk seat cushion and size whether medium or small should be suited for me ??Aug 3, 2014