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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. 

Features:

  • 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 17.15"L x 12"W
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

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

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Airhawk2 Cruiser Pad 4.2 5 42 42
Light, Compact, Easy to Adjust. The Airhawk2 Cruiser Pad was recently purchased for a 3 state, 19+hr ride. The pad took a few adjustments getting the air pressure correct to the right feel. It took way less air then I thought it would, even after reading other reviews. Once adjusted properly the pad works great. The pad does not slide around like others that I've tried in the past. Also, it allows for some airflow to get through slightly, in turn your bottom doesn't get too hot; this helps with long term comfort levels. I was hesitant with the purchase due to the price. After purchasing I am very happy with the final product. August 25, 2014
An improvement, but not a miracle. The Airhawk2 is an improvement over the stock HD XR1200 seat that I'm currently riding for long trips. But I have a few issues with it. 1. The hooks that connect the straps to secure the cushion to the seat are poorly attached by these ridiculous hooks stolen from women's lingerie. They often come disconnected during riding. When this happens, if you stand up during riding to stretch your legs, it WILL fold back or possibly even blow off the bike while riding. I have had it fold back twice due to the front hooks coming unhooked. Now I know some people will say that I should just remove the hooks and permanently sew the straps together. My argument against that is, I shouldn't need to. For as much as I paid for this thing, it should come with connectors that work. 2. The perfect air fill is difficult to find. It can take several minor fills & releases to get it perfect. This is not a big deal if you are going to keep this on your bike permanently. The problem I have is I want to take it off & roll it up for storage when the road gets twisty. This means letting the air out. Then when I put it back on, I have to go through the same long process to find the right pressure for me. 3. It is not great for severely twisty roads, especially if you're the kind of guy that likes to move around in the saddle a lot. The seat hooks coming off ALL THE TIME, does not help this issue at all. Overall, If you are just spending a day eating highway miles just to get to your destination, this thing works great. It will really help fight hot spots. If you are commuting, doing an afternoon run or getting into the twistys, you'll end up leaving it in the garage, because it's just too much of a hassle. August 25, 2014
An interesting concept, but An interesting concept, appears to be well made,and it does what they claim, but it's ugly. August 25, 2014
Best butt relief It is better than your regular seat If you feel a little uncomfortable you can move around a bit when you do long distance riding gives you a little relief Well made and easy to pump up the air August 19, 2014
Long rides feel softer. Less pressure below. I put some air in this thing and made a difference. So I put more air in this and it became uncomfortable. So less is better. Just enough air to let it squish from side to side as you rock left and right. That does it. I would like the clips that hold it to the seat to be a better design. But they work ok. July 29, 2014
Takes some time to adjust, but made the ride comfortable. Just made a 1,000 mile trip, often riding 4-5 hours a day. The Airhawk2 seat was a great help. I didn't have any issues with "hot spots" and noticed that after 2 or 3 hours I was still comfortable. I bought the medium seat for a BMW R1200RT and it was a little long, I think a small would be a better fit. Still, it made a ride that long bearable. July 29, 2014
It does what it says. If you have pressure point problems, this will help. It does raise you up though. If you are at your limit in seat height it might be too much. But I really needed it. John July 2, 2014
So far it has lived up to the promise of comfort I like the comfortable seating so far. I will be going on a two week extended ride and that will be the true test. I have only used in on 200+ mile rides so far. Needed to play with the inflation pressure to see what I liked on these shorter trips. Waiting to see if that setting is right for the longer rides. Big thing I noticed so far is no pressure points or monkey butt after a few hours riding without stopping. Happy with the purchase and ease of adjustment on the seats. June 9, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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
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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
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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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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Gordon K: This is probably where you can find all your seat fitment references.

69.84.153.158/AIRHAWK-Motorcycle-Seat-Cushion-Fit-Chart.aspx
Aug 24, 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: 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: 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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