Just to remind you that you can ride a rigid frame bike and still be comfortable for many more miles than what you thought. Yes, bumps can be very cruel to your butt, and spring seats have their limitations. So, stop the spanking now.
Air cushioning is evidently much softer and can even be adjusted to your rear end tolerance to the road imperfections. Here comes the “Rigidaire” seat suspension system made of a pair of airbags to adjust via an onboard compressor. Up and down on the road and up and down at the show. Comes complete to install it as the intelligent companion of your solo seat. It includes a steel air spring frame bracket, two air springs, top plate, seat adapter, mounting hardware, solenoid air valve, air lines and fittings, air compressor and bracket, toggle switch, in-line fuse, seat nose mount assembly, 14-gauge wire, and a razor for cutting the air lines. For sale at Paul Cox Industries.