New Harley Zeppelin Air Adjustable Seat Pumps Up Comfort

RoadZeppelinAir1RoadZeppelinAir2By keeping blood flowing on a long ride, Harley-Davidson claims that this new air adjustable seat can add hours to your saddle time.

These new seats have a super sleek profile and a new hand pump. The new design features relief cut-outs and an internal adjustable air bladder system based on advanced technology that distributes rider and passenger weight across the seating surface, eliminating pressure points and cushions tailbones.

The air bladder pressure can be adjusted with easy-to-reach hand pumps and air-release valves. The combination of smooth vinyl and water-resistant textured fabric seating surfaces allows air to circulate beneath the body, reducing the air temperature between the rider and seat. This seat delivers shock absorption and long-haul comfort without sacrificing the low-slung look of a custom seat.

It fits 2008-later Harley-Davidson® Touring models except Trike and those equipped with some accessories. See an authorized Harley-Davidson® dealer for fitment details. Seat width is 15.5 inches, passenger pillion width is 12.0 inches. Road Zeppelin® Air Adjustable Seats are also available in a variety of fitments for many Harley-Davidson® Sportster®, Dyna® and Softail® models. For more information, visit your dealer or Harley-Davidson’s website

8 Responses to “New Harley Zeppelin Air Adjustable Seat Pumps Up Comfort”

  1. 1 Catamini Nov 30th, 2013 at 11:24 am

    A lot of air.

  2. 2 thomas Dec 1st, 2013 at 9:03 am

    A lot of $$$$,,,,

  3. 3 Calif Phil Dec 1st, 2013 at 10:03 am

    It’s to bad HD forgot the folks who have 1997-07 bikes

  4. 4 SIGFREED Dec 1st, 2013 at 10:22 am

    Mmmm, a rather contentious subject in principle, ie personally I believe nobody should be allowed to drive (ie operate) a vehicle for more than two hours ‘ un-intermittently’ (viz without stopping for a compulsory break of min 10min) – any road vehicle, bike car, and/or truck of any sort. Typically long-haul pilots/crew rotate on a three-hour schedule – but flying requires far less immediate concentration than driving – eg no traffic, many functions are automated, etc.

    For < 2 hour stints you do not need another 'windmaker' directly under the one God gave you…

  5. 5 Terence Tory Dec 1st, 2013 at 10:28 am

    It’s probably a fine seat.Personally I can’t stand the look of those buttons.It looks like some control on a retirement home day chair.

  6. 6 Mike Greenwald Dec 1st, 2013 at 10:59 am

    Would the heated version of this seat be called the “Politician”?

  7. 7 Boomer Dec 2nd, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    I can only imagine the cost of these. Must be over $1k but if it makes the ride that much better for the touring bike rider; it’s probably worth it. I would definitely make this part of the negotiations on a new bike.

  8. 8 Dave Smith Dec 2nd, 2013 at 2:21 pm

    Sorry Boomer, but when’s the last time a dealer negotiated a new bike sale ?

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