New Rocker Softail Seat System

I received a flow of direct emails (please, comment directly on the Blog for everybody to read) regarding the new 2008 Softail Rocker (FXCW) and Rocker C (FXCWC). Reactions not only about what Harley-Davidson calls the Rockertail Rear End mimicking the hardtail look, but also about the seat systems used on these bikes. Here are 2 close-up pictures to satisfy your curiosity. Personally, I think that the stock seat is going to be replaced very fast by a slimmer aftermarket one. The passenger seat? What is the legs length required? Ladies, tell me if you are you going to travel on it?


71 Responses to “New Rocker Softail Seat System”

  1. 1 Chris Berry Jul 16th, 2007 at 10:25 am


  2. 2 Scott Jul 17th, 2007 at 9:37 am

    In solo seat it’s ok. But the passenger seat!?!

  3. 3 Joe Welder Jul 17th, 2007 at 8:43 pm

    Is that really a passenger seat? Looks more like a tool bag on a mountain bike seat post. . .


  4. 4 Rick Celia Jul 18th, 2007 at 8:56 am

    I am no one’s nanny, but that doesn’t look, shall we say, secure??!!

  5. 5 CHESSHIRECAT Jul 18th, 2007 at 9:08 am

    Cyril asks… “Ladies, tell me if you are you going to travel on it?”

    My reply: “Not in this or any other lifetime Cyril. The thing looks worse than the seat of a 10 speed racer…good lord…now what is HD thinking?”


  6. 6 Jim Jul 18th, 2007 at 10:46 am

    Leave it Solo HD… How did THAT get past the HD Liability Lawyers?? The biker that buys the Rocker can’t be that concerned with carrying a passenger!

    Just MHO,


  7. 7 Brad Bailey Jul 18th, 2007 at 11:12 am

    I agree. It seems that there is a big liability issue with such a passenger seat.

  8. 8 CJ Jul 18th, 2007 at 11:44 am

    HD, you’ve got to be kidding me. From a company that has designed some of the best bikes in the world to this. I thought this was a bad aftermarket design, but it actually was HD’s. I hope Harley’s designers get back on track because with designs like this Harley will have the competition knocking on their door. There could have been a better way to design that seat.

  9. 9 Jennifer Jul 18th, 2007 at 11:50 am

    Fugly seat. C’mon Harley.

  10. 10 Chris Jul 18th, 2007 at 6:16 pm

    Is there anyone who could like this seat?

  11. 11 Joe Welder Jul 18th, 2007 at 6:31 pm
  12. 12 Hazy Jul 18th, 2007 at 8:18 pm

    Well, I think that makes 2 big misses. First the V-rod and now the softail rocker. Wonder what the 3rd strike will be?
    Absolutely hideous.
    On a really strange note, I’m just finishing a softail trike build that had the deck mounted to the swingarm and moved with it. After placing a passenger on the seat I found that this was very unsafe. The motion of the deck could very easily catch/pinch legs and/or fingers and the deck is now suspended from the frame. I wonder if anyone at the MC rides double.

  13. 13 dragon Jul 18th, 2007 at 10:35 pm

    ok everyone that buys a new softail rocker is going to buy hd replacement parts or aftermarket and all hd did was make another buck off the people by putting this bike on the market it’s all about making a buck now a days and the style of bike is nice but you will spend some money big time to make it worth a crap when your riding it

  14. 14 Dave Jul 19th, 2007 at 1:46 pm

    TERRIBLE, after market boys get ready to sell a bunch of seats

  15. 15 heaphchop Jul 22nd, 2007 at 9:26 pm

    What is so bad about this bike? I think it’s the most custom-inspired thing you can get from HD. With a 240mm rear tire and a REMOVABLE passenger seat, do you really think anyone is buying this for passenger comfort on a cross-country ride? I don’t think so. It’s there for riders who ride single 90% of the time and 2-up every so often. As far as a design failure, NO WAY! I traded in my ’05 Victory Vegas just to get the FXCWC. If this bike didn’t come along I would never have gone to HD from Victory. I think this is the direction HD needs to be going. Let me put it this way: If you’re at a bike show, which bike is going to catch your eye, a Softail Fat Boy (1 of infinity) or the strikingly different Rocker? Harleys tend to fade into the crowd of ordinary bikes. Thats why I went with the Victory, even though I always thought I wanted a Harley. Now I have a reason to get one.

  16. 16 Lord Malvern Jul 23rd, 2007 at 4:22 pm

    Glad to see the last entry as i was starting to think i had lost the plot. Ilove it. The passenger seat is natty, if i want to take a passenger then its not a problem but most of the time i ride solo. I think this modle will pull in another bunch of riders who wanted a Harley, but a new one. They are new and fresh. Yes i hear what you say about the after market side of it all, but isn’t that we all do any way just to be that bit different? Again I Love It!

    As always Lord of all that is Malvern (Drv)

  17. 17 steven Jul 23rd, 2007 at 10:19 pm

    Well, sorry to see the Deuce get the axe for this Harley “custom”. I kinda like it, but can’t deal with that clowny looking seat. I do agree that they are a bit late to jump in to the wide tire look. They should just build an all out chopper and stop going half way on everything. Twin cams, catalytic converters, now anti lock brakes, call me old school, but please deliver me from all this nonsense. Carburetor’s, points ignition, and kick start….. now THAT is the direction Harleys need to go ! !

  18. 18 chris Jul 24th, 2007 at 5:28 pm

    Tradin in my 02 Heritage for one,I cannot tell you how happy I am that HD finally came out with a custom that really sets itself apart from the far as the rear seat goes I was going to take the one off my Heritage anyway.

  19. 19 JD Jul 31st, 2007 at 7:27 am

    I have seen some the fo the Harley babes. There is just no way, no way they can get on that seat. It will look like you got a babe and 2 saddle bags up there. Bike is nice though, but why not just build a strutless fender on a standard softail frame.

  20. 20 GB Sep 28th, 2007 at 5:21 am

    I have a friend who goes back and forth from solo setup to two up on his Fatboy, and I can tell he’d be happy to have the option to make that P Pad disappear with a flip of the seat. His girl barely rides with him but wants the option! Sure, it’s dangerous as hell, but that’s what makes my wife hold on that much tighter. The weight restriction of 250lbs keeps the Ultra Classic riders off the pillion anyway!

  21. 21 Nate Oct 10th, 2007 at 7:10 pm

    Great idea from Harley! Along with a not customer friendly dealer base, and a over heating problem they are sure to need a buy out from Honda.

  22. 22 Jimmy Oct 20th, 2007 at 12:50 am

    Sold my ’03 100th Ann Springer. Placed my order for an ’08 Rocker C. Must admit, I’m not feeling it from the side view. Having said that, I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a cool Am seat that will extend back towards the fender and will accomodate a passenger. The lines will really flow then……

  23. 23 Dan Nov 11th, 2007 at 8:49 am

    Has anyone from Harley rode on a small seat for more then 10 miles? You’ve made a big mistsake with this one. Remenber most of your money you make are from crusiers. My new 07 Haritage seat has less padding then my peddle bike. Lets get back to Quality before some of your competitors move ahead.

  24. 24 Garret G Jan 4th, 2008 at 11:30 pm

    Ive been waiting 45 years to bye a brand new HARLEY. Last one i had i had to sell back in 1987. the rocker is the one gonna pay cash for one this month.Get with it you guys the seats not for long trips only for emergencys you no if you meet a girl at the bar at least you dont have to give her cab money to get her back to your place.This bike is for the independant MAN whose ride is for him no won else.thanks and have a safe ride Garret.

  25. 25 Bonz Jan 25th, 2008 at 9:06 am

    I think somehow the design team from buell and the design team from Hd were in a meeting together. They had too many beers got the plans mixed up and went back to work the next day which was the final day for design changes. Can’t wait to see the new buell seat. LOL

  26. 26 Red Jan 27th, 2008 at 3:49 pm

    I finally got to see a Rocker in person and while the seat didn’t thrill me it wasn’t as bad looking as I thought it would be. I like the idea and they pulled it off pretty well. This is a bike that will be ridden solo 90% of the time but having the option to go 2 up now and then is nice. In solo mode the seat looks great and besides – if you don”t like it simply replace it with a lower solo seat.
    Harley has hit a home run with this bike.
    Its not cheap but is well worth it when you compare it to what you would spend on a Big Dog, American Ironhorse or any other custom bike out there. You could throw a few grand at it for the big bore kit and some other add ons and have a truly gorgeous, powerful bike for thousands less. Plus you’re getting Harleys build quality ( the best anywhere ) and reliability.

  27. 27 Josh Feb 12th, 2008 at 11:20 pm

    How could H-D let this bike roll off the assembly line with this seat? I wont give H-D any credit for being creative on this bike. H-D tried to build what normal bikers have been building for several years now. A softail with a wide rear tire kit! H-D build a CHOPPER!!!!!!!!!!! Lead the pack. Dont follow.

  28. 28 Damon Feb 22nd, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    I happen to be one of the lucky few who now OWN a Rocker-C. I did the 103/Screaming Eagle upgrade with cams. It is one sweet bike. The seat is going to be the first replacement. The engineering is cool but the driver position is about 2″ to high for a 6′ guy and the passenger will jump off voluntarily (at speed) after 5 miles just to get off. The bike is shorter than I expected but better looking. The powder coated frame is flawless. The line between the seat and the fender is a bit awkward but I am hoping for corbin or another after market to fix HD blunder with a seat/splash guard. I found after my bike was being put back together that NO after-market pipes fit because the oil-fins and lines…a real bummer as Harley cannot make pipes that sound decent, even the Screaming Eagle pipes are a bit lame. I got it from Black Canyon Harley in Montrose, CO after driving from Utah. They DID NOT mark it above retail, something that cannot be said from the locals…so I drove 12 hours round trip to buy from them ….principle of the thing….probable paid more after gas.
    Overall I am pleased with the bike and agree that Harley did something right with this one.

  29. 29 Jerry Feb 24th, 2008 at 12:47 pm

    The Rocker-C is a CRUISER…. The seat is for quick trips and around town. Let go with all the seat issues. If you want a Touring Bike then go get one of those James Dean era, floppy hat with rivets wearing, strips of stringy leather floppin all over the place…….other bikes. I’ve always liked HD but more for the feel of being on a HD bike. I never could get into the touring though because they just look old and fuddy. Not to dismiss Touring but i’ve never liked the look….Why do you think so many went to the cheaper Gold WIng instead of sticking HD. Same look. Now that HD is reaching out to riders that want a newer look and an option to put somebody and the back now and then is hitting and will hit the marketplace when it comes to a newer generation of riders. I respect all those that love their Heritages, Springers, Road Kings, and all that….BUT HD is looking for and found the niche of newer riders probably 40’s and below. I have one and ride it often. The 2nd seat is ok for rides of about an hour or so…again it is not a touring model. I’ve had no problems and lots of looks. Everyone at my HOG likes it. Even a local MC that I hang with all like it. HD has put a little flexibility and function into the Rocker C for guys like me who ride solo and throw a babe on now and again for show and go. I’d love a good touring bike for taking the old lady on long trips that looked better than current models….I think the fact that so many were trying to get the V-rods more travelable showed HD a need in newer riders. As long as HD continues down the Touring road why make such a big fuss over a Cruiser?

  30. 30 RJ Apr 11th, 2008 at 8:57 pm

    I accepted delivery of my new Rocker C yesterday and drove it home. After the 40 plus mile ride the seat had become very uncomfortable! I love the bike but the whole “Trick Seat” idea is truly laughable! To offer this gimmic HD sorely misses the mark! They sarificed my comfort for the addition of a useless passenger pillion which is a worthless feature…..and at the expense of my comfort!

    In order to crerate the storage space for the “trick seat’ the main seat had to be designed to store the passenger seat when not in use. That storage disallows proper cushioning for the main seat! You would think the manufacturer would have just done a primo solo seat and offered a two up option!

    I also have a Fat Boy which we will use as our two up ride. The Rocker was purchased as my solo ride and an otherwise awesome bike is almost ruined for this silly gimmic. I am truly surprised and thought HD would know better than stoop to this uniquely patented marketing ploy!!!!

    Hopefully they will soon offer and alternative option to the standard seat or maybe Corbin will come to the rescue. If the “trick seat” were scrapped there would be room to provide a super comfortable low slung solo seat which is what I want! Come on Harley Davidson get it right!

  31. 31 john Apr 17th, 2008 at 11:29 am

    just bought a rocker c…love it….but i also am looking for a passenger backrest……and pipes…can anyone help…if so thanks john

  32. 32 Brian Apr 18th, 2008 at 4:55 pm

    I have a Rocker C and love it! Although like everyone else I can’t wait for an aftermarket seat to come on the market. I’m 5’8″ tall and I can only touch the ground with my toes, a shorter seat would not only look way better, but also be more comfortable. But over all I have to give it an A !

  33. 33 john Apr 25th, 2008 at 9:36 am

    follow up to my first request for rocker c exhaust…just put a set of v&h short shot staggers on last night..from sounds (wicked)..they were a direct fit straight from the box…no bracket mods needed…still looking for backrest

  34. 34 billyoctane May 3rd, 2008 at 5:14 am

    i just purchased my Rocker C too and found the seat height to be a slight issue. I was considering installing a lowering kit. Has anyone tried that?

  35. 35 Matt WIld May 4th, 2008 at 12:30 pm

    I just bought the new Rocker C in blue from Harley Davidson in Lynwood washington just outside of Seattle. I paid too much for the thing, but the seat works great. My girl has ridden on this thing for more than 6 hours at one time, and 3 to 4 hours at time a few on a few other days. She loves it, she only weighs about 105 pounds and is only 23 years but has had no problem. Most of the time she doesn’t even feel the need to hang on. I would say try the bike before knocking it. This thing rides and drives like a dream. Its definitely a looker and how great is it to put that backseat away and have a single when your just out and about. TRY IT !


  36. 36 James May 15th, 2008 at 1:57 am

    In reply to the comments about the rocker. It is meant to be a solo bike. It was meant for a bit younger crowd one of whom has more of a chance of meeting a girl out somewhere that wants to ride on your bike. That is the case where *TADA* a seat appears and then you can return back to your solo seat look. Now those of you that think that this is ridiculous and are saying that they should have a seat the extends back over the fender, well maybe you should get on and check up on the rocker parts. They make a small rack that hangs over the rear fender a bit that you can buy a seat pad for. With this look it really becomes more of a traditional harley with added seat look it just hovers instead of being bolted down to the rear fender. Shall you decide you don’t want the rear seat on, well once again it is easily removed and you go back to your solo seat with a rack. They make a Rocker and a Rocker C. The C is the only one that comes with the hidden seat, but also the one that has all the chrome instead of the satin finish. I am buying a Rocker next month and actually wanted the hide a seat but didn’t want to pay the $2500 price difference between the Rocker and the Rocker C. So if any of you hate your seat sooo badly I’ll trade you for my solo only seat and maybe pay you a little for the trade as well. We will figure the terms later. Contact me at if you are interested.

  37. 37 DONNIE May 29th, 2008 at 4:38 pm


  38. 38 Cole May 30th, 2008 at 6:07 am

    I like the looks of the rocker c and am considering buying one….my only concern is that I may be too tall for the bike. I’m 6’4″ tall …can anyone tell me if I will be okay on this thing? Thanks

  39. 39 DJ Jun 2nd, 2008 at 10:20 pm

    Got my Rocker in March. Love it The powdercoat is easy to clean, no polishing, just tank and fender. It has the solo seat, but is too wide. Its made for a big guy. Id like to have the 103 kit, but dontget me wrong the 96 is pretty strong. Also put vance and hines slipons, sounds great. seems to me that you dont really need 6th gear unless your going at least 65 mph. like to have a bigger pully for the rear.

  40. 40 DJ Jun 2nd, 2008 at 10:25 pm

    saw a rocker standard on youtube and it said it was # 83 of 600. Is that all they built this year and if so how would i find out what number mine is. Hopefully someone knows.

  41. 41 James Scott Jun 8th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I was just wondering what weight restrictions apply to the passenger seat on the 2008 rocker doesnt look very strong.Please inform me if anyone knows how much it is rated to that would be much appreciated.


  42. 42 DJ Jun 10th, 2008 at 7:06 pm

    not made for a big girl james

  43. 43 John G Jun 16th, 2008 at 10:33 pm

    My lady loves the bike. She rides on that little seat and loves it. Maybe just because she is with me. But overall We love the bike. added vance and hines big radius exhaust and screaming eagle K and N air filter. 20 more lbs of torque at the rear wheel and we love it. The windshield is worthless though. Had to take it off. It kept bugs off my chest but created so much noise that we couldn’t ride the bike even with full face helmets. Removed the windshield and we can ride it without ear protection! We have a total weight with passenger and driver of 400 plus pounds and can ride with anyone. It is powerful, strong and the best looking bike in the poker runs. We have 2600 miles on it in 5 weeks with my lady on the passenger seat for 1800 of those miles. Why did Harley put the license plate on the fender though. It is ugly, catches water, and the light doesn’t work anyway after the first time we were caught in the rain.

  44. 44 James Scott Jun 23rd, 2008 at 3:29 am

    Thanks for that but noone has still informed me of the weight restrictions on the trick seat.Is it really 250lbs or is that just made up.DJ you said its not for big girls..what is the weight of a big girl???please let me knows weights as i want to purchase one..



  45. 45 phil Jun 29th, 2008 at 6:33 pm

    I have just completed my first 1,000 miles on my Rocker C and have found that the rear fender some how bottoms out against the rear of the seat. I think this is a design error on the part of Harley, as I cant see how any bike could be allowed to bottom out without being fitted with some form of “end stop” before hitting the seat. I will be bringing this up with my dealer to find out what the real issue is.

    Apart from this small issue I love the bike, handles great, and for those of you who want a “proper” passenger seat, the one Harley offers, as an alternative is great, as you can remove the actual seat cushion, and it doubles for a rear luggage rack.

  46. 46 Jack Jul 3rd, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    I purchased a Rocker C, it is now a 113″ and is very fast compared to my 103″ Deuce and My 103″ Electraglide Classic, but the windshield sucks and the seat is too high as compared to the handle bars. My girl rode 225 miles without complaining but she only weighs 120. I have done extensive engine work on all three but the Rocker is exceptional, feels very light and is truly fast with plenty of torque, only exhaust I could get to fit is the V&H big radius. The seat is goofy and I hope there are some alternatives available. Does the non C seat fit the C model?

  47. 47 Mike Greenwald Jul 4th, 2008 at 8:13 am

    Corbin has some seating options with these saddles.

  48. 48 Flyboy Aug 15th, 2008 at 12:23 pm

    The Corbin seat for the FXCW/C is the most ugly seat I’ve ever seen.

  49. 49 rocker lover Aug 29th, 2008 at 12:47 am

    I just went out and got the rocker C, i did get the after market seat for it. its a 2 up with a back bar for my wife, they made the seat a bit high but after some trimming she loves it, i have mine trick and have won to first place prizes with my rocker, I didnt like the bike when it came out but after seeing one close up i had to try it out , and well i now have one and love the bike, so ya have to replace that cheap looking back seat cause it sucks for the passenger, but all in all its a great bike rides great and the after market seat was well worth the 1200 bucks ya have to pay for it

  50. 50 rocker lover Aug 29th, 2008 at 12:50 am

    yes the non c does fit the rocker c that is what i have, it sits lower and feels way better and they you can allso get the hoocker troublemakers on your bike thats what i have on mine, go wideopen on the pipes or dont waste they money thats how i think…lol

  51. 51 gmowry Aug 31st, 2008 at 7:13 pm

    Can you email pics of your seat and maybe a place to call to have one made if it looks right.



  52. 52 Bob Sep 30th, 2008 at 3:47 am

    My rocker is a really comfortable fit. I am 5’8′, and I think I could use the bars back about two inches. Didn’t bother with a “C”, dont want all the clean up time. Have a rear seat and/or package tray from Harley that bolts on or off in about two minutes. Used it with a set of generic throw over bags this weekend to go to Thunder Beach. Carried all my needs for the weekend, plus the ratchet and socket to remove the reae package tray once we were there. If you all think it is so terribble looking. why did you line up to see it in Bainbtidge two weeks ago, and Panama City last week?
    I know it is different, but like I told people at those two runs, It Is All Harley.

  53. 53 Dick H. Oct 26th, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    I went into my local HD dealer in Massachusetts with a check to buy a Rocker C with the only catch that I wanted the seat swapped with the cheap model at no cost to me. I will never own this bike with this hideous seat nor will I buy it only to have to immediately throw the seat away and buy another one. Apparently, sales aren’t bad enough yet. They politely, but rudely, (a typical Harley dealer dichotomy) laughed at me.

    Anyone know a dealer that has a maroon bike who will do this swap in the New England area?

  54. 54 joe Dec 4th, 2008 at 8:52 pm

    Well at least they left the door wide open for the after market seat crowd.

  55. 55 pete swift Dec 6th, 2008 at 11:17 am

    hd-v rocker with beaver tail?
    or: hunting bike with high chair

  56. 56 hardy georgia usa Dec 23rd, 2008 at 11:05 am

    is somebody out there who can tell me where i get a replace passenger seat for my v-rocker 2008 ?
    make shure it does look good and is comfortable for the co-driver.
    no more beaver tails or hunting high chairs please.
    write info to: …

  57. 57 haddes harley Dec 30th, 2008 at 7:06 pm

    hi guys, is there not anybody out there to show HD how to design a good looking, safety combined v-rocker seat ? if so, i know already a bunch of people who are ready to buy it … and don’t forget, we
    need saddle bags too !

  58. 58 sEAN Jan 12th, 2009 at 3:14 pm

    Haha after reading all your post you clearly have never road one let alone gave a ride! I have also come to the conclusion that most of the females you know are well over 130LB. Good thing for me all the ones I have given rides to absolutely love it and feel very safe. After hours of riding pleasure there butt is still as hot as it was before it touched my seat!
    Love this bike better then any other Harley I have road yet! Way to go Harley for stepping up to the plate and putting Jesse James to shame with the real thing! A “FACTORY Harley Davidson SHOW BIKE!”
    SGK. HOG member.

  59. 59 DGG Feb 2nd, 2009 at 2:11 am

    I have an 07 Ultra for riding 2 up. I just bought the Blue 09 Rocker C for “ME”, solo. I love the fold out seat feature; if you don’t like it, don’t buy one. Too simple. I love the Rocker C. Love that 240 rear rubber and mild chopper custom bike look. I got mine for MSRP plus $50.00 (3rd bike at the same dealer). I will be picking it up this Friday, unless I decide to add the 103 kit to it. How do those of you with the 103 cubes like it compared to the 96 cube? Is it really noticable?

  60. 60 RayPaganJr Mar 6th, 2009 at 7:24 pm

    Hopefully, they will get rid of this seat design for 2010, that’s when I’ll be making my next purchase. If not check out Heartland USA E-Z Rock-R Conversion kit. It looks pretty good and the lines flow nicely. The Corbin seat is hideous.

  61. 61 will Apr 26th, 2009 at 9:57 am

    i have just purchased a black rocker c from Harley Davidson Dealer in Taiwan and the bike costs over 53,000USD (Taiwan has 110% tax on imports). I love the look and my wife being less than 120lbs, she has no problem siting in the back around town. However I do ride along most of time if I do choose to ride the Rocker. Being only 5’7 and 36 years old, I know there is no hope of me growing taller in this life time. i just have to find a solution so i can either lower the bike or make the front seat thinner so my feet can touch the ground. Anyone has any sugguestions?

  62. 62 HodgyMoto May 18th, 2009 at 10:09 pm

    I bought the Rocker C last year in Febuary. I spent 3 months on the road, and racked up 11K miles doing it. I started in Oregon, and ended up somewhere around Tennessee, and the back and forth all over the country. My bike has the Red Paint, Saddle bags, download, Vance and HInes Pipes windshield which in my opinion sucks. You might as well go without, No Kidding. After a thousand miles I stopped and had an seat shop add 2 inches of memory foam,, Problem solved! After that I stopped at a metal shop and had a bracket built to hold the passenger seat up as a back rest,, Perfect! Now I have a place to add a bag, I love it, planning on another 10 Miles this summer!

    Can anyone tell me if drilling holes in the wind shield will help with turbulence at my head?

  63. 63 Jerry May 21st, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    hey HogyMoto….How did you get the seat to work as a back rest…i’ve been trying to figure it out for myself….or using the foldout minus the seat for a place to hold a small bag…. Any mods you or anyone else has i’d love to hear them

  64. 64 chris May 27th, 2009 at 10:48 am

    I just got an 09 rocker yesterday.Ive added some trick pipes,intake,and computer upgrade.I usually ride alone.I think alot of us not a big fan of the seat ,but when mine is taken out of storage,it has a hot girl on it!Who is lookin at the seat?I gues all the people who are complainin about it.This bike is nasty ,and draws more attention to it than most bikes out there.No wonder some other owners hate it!lol

  65. 65 HodgyMoto May 28th, 2009 at 9:59 am

    My email address is

    If you want to see pictures of the back rest send me an email and I’ll send some pretty detailed photos over. I’ve been several places around Oregon, and everywhere I go people just dig it!

  66. 66 wayne Oct 6th, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    dont knock it till you try it all the ladies i have had on mine love it. great job HD. THANK YOU

  67. 67 Andrew Oct 18th, 2009 at 5:22 pm

    In this lifetime if something is built one truly can always improve on i think its a great idea but the rear seat for comfort can be improved on for us chopper and pro street guys it is the answer to solo looks with a practical finish to taking the girl or passenger on unless ur a big ass girl it aint gonna work,,tks all cheers

  68. 68 John Apr 19th, 2010 at 7:57 am

    As bad as it may look this seat is working. I own a Rocker C and my girlfriend use that seat. She does not weight 300 pounds, she’s around 110 and I must admit that the weight of me and her on the bike is as its limit and I weight about 200. It bottum out sometimes and the bike is not lowered. I think HD did a good job on this one. It allow me to have this style of bike and still take my girlfriend with me for a ride. I would not do longer then 3 hours ride with her, it get unconfortable for us after a while but the seat do the job. I plan to change the seat for a solo aftermarket one, but will keep this one to swap when she want to come for a ride.

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