Sargent World Sport Performance Seat Honda VFR800 2002-2009
Your butt will thank you.
Over the stock seat, this is actually worth it. I am 200lbs, 6'3". It feels great. I have only put a couple of tanks of gas through the bike with this set-up but so far so good, I doubt I will go back to the stock seat. Durability is low because I have only had it for a month now.
January 16, 2015
Well made and comfortable.
Looks great on my 2007 Honda vfr 800. The red trim is a nice touch. Well made and keeps me from getting antsy on long rides. I think my husband is jealous which is an added bonus.
October 8, 2014
Great seat. Your hiney will thank you!!
Fit and finish of this Sargent seat is second to none. The comfort is amazing. Great seat for the 02 to 09 Honda VFR, should have been shipped from the factory with this seat.
Go ahead and buy one, you won't be disappointed.
September 15, 2014
Best upgrade to my bike..ever
This seat is about the best thing you can do to make your VFR more comfortable. The seat is MILES better than stock.
The craftsmanship on mine is perfection defined. Not a stitch out of place or piece of material cut poorly. The foam is firm, but still soft on your bum. I was able to do an all day 450 mile ride last Sunday and when it was all over I had sore spots in places, but my bum and back were not one.
July 28, 2014
Very nice seat
Even though the stock seat isn't as torturous as some bikes I've had, it was still enough that I was squirming a bit after 100 or so miles. This seat is much better in that regard, the fit is a bit tight, but doable, the finish is stellar (looks 10x better than the stocker) and I like Sargent seat better than Corbins. I can't recommend it enough.
January 20, 2014
I really didn't want to spend this much on a replacement seat, but the stock seat was killing me. I was seriously more comfortable on the plank seat of my CBR1000RR (although the seating position on the VFR is way more comfortable). The stock VFR seat created pressure points on my backside that make me constantly try to reposition myself while riding.
I chose the Sargent over the Corbin based on numerous other reviews that I read (basically, the Sargent is softer). I am happy with my choice. And, although it's a small detail, I also love the storage compartment built in to the seat.
What it really all comes down to is comfort and I am definitely more comfortable now thanks to this seat
October 29, 2013
Well made seat but not what I was looking for...
Based off several reviews on different sites I decided to give this seat a try. My hope was for a seat with more cushion than stock, something more along a touring style seat. This seat is not it. I found it to be very stiff and it was firmer than the stock seat. I did find it to be well made and liked finding the small compartment in the underside of the seat. Unfortunately though I am unable to agree with the majority of reviewers on this site as to it's comfort, but that is my opinion. One other issue I experienced was it did not lock into the bike. The VFR seat has a small locking clasp on the back end of the seat and this seat had one that matched but no matter what I tried it would not lock down. I could hear the metal bar pushing on the lock but the lock would not catch. It might have been due to the plastic guide interfering but by the time I got to this point my decision to return the seat was already made.
June 29, 2013
Quality product but some ergonomic concerns
I bought this seat to help with long bike rides as the stock seat is very thin and not supportive. The Sargent seat is a very good and high quality product. The concerns that I have are about ergonomics. The comfort of the seat is spot on, but due to either the material, additional seat height and slight angle of the seat, it forces your crotch into the tank. When I squeeze the tank with my legs/knees then I slide forward on the seat until I contact the tank. I have tried with several different pant material and it still happens. Even if you are barely squeezing the tank with your legs, any bumps in the road will make you slide on the seat. I believe that it has to do with the extra height this seat gives plus the angle of the seat. I am tempted to put the stock seat back on....
May 11, 2013