New Road Zeppelin Seat Pads By Harley-Davidson Offer Air-Cushioned Comfort

The new Road Zeppelin® Seat Pads (P/N 52000084 Rider, P/N 52400060 Passenger Pillion; $119.95 each) are equipped with a patented air bladder system that distributes weight evenly across the entire seating surface, removing pressure points while also providing shock absorption which reduces vibration.

The mesh cover allows air circulation, reducing the air temperature between the rider and seat. The easy-to-reach integrated hand pump and air release valve permits convenient adjustment. Shaped to conform to most Harley-Davidson seats, the pads feature an adjustable mounting strap and a non-skid surface to keep them in place. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson’s Website

5 Responses to “New Road Zeppelin Seat Pads By Harley-Davidson Offer Air-Cushioned Comfort”

  1. 1 industry guy Apr 9th, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    unfortunately these got bad comfort reviews from the dealership employees.

    i imagine airhawk pads are designed for more comfort and longevity being that they also manufacture high end products for the medical field.

  2. 2 Doc Robinson Apr 10th, 2013 at 7:21 am

    A rip off of the Airhawk! And that butt ugly pump looks totally dumbass and is also unnecessary. With an Airhawk once you have adjusted it, you really don’t need to touch it again. Better yet, get a quality aftermarket seat from Corbin, Saddlemen, Mustang or Le Pera and you won’t need to add a cushion.

  3. 3 DAYTONA DONNY Apr 10th, 2013 at 8:14 am

    So funny…25 years ago i stuffed a 99 cent beach ball inside a leather bag , couple of puffs of air , bungied it to the back fender of my 57 hardtail for my gal …to sturgis and back …she loved it ! Guess I snoozed on the marketing Idea ..( again)

  4. 4 Schminkie Apr 10th, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Look out, Saddlemen, I hear the MoCo is developing a gel pad due for release in a couple of years!

  5. 5 Martin Twofeather Apr 10th, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    I have a 2 up Saddleman with gel pad in it and still on a thousand mile trip or more I have to use the air hawk to keep my ass awake and the air hawk is the best…..

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