Custom Seat For The Harley-Davidson Street 750 And 500 Models

Street1If the buyers of the new 2015 Harley Street models don’t like the shape and feel of the factory seat, they already have another choice. Corbin released the Street Gunfighter & Lady Saddle featuring a “neutralized seating platform” curbing the tendency to slide towards the tank under braking which also helps reduce fatigue. Corbin’s patented molding and manufacturing process provides a precision fit to the tank and tail section while the whole saddle rides on rubber bumpers to protect the bike’s paint. Street2Inside, Corbin’s exclusive Comfort Cell foam provides firm support that lasts. Corbin saddles give a sporty, custom look, yet still provide sport touring class comfort and ergonomic support. Leather seating panels are included along with a wide range of color and material options. Leather gives you an excellent seating surface that breathes with your body and will conform with the foam shape during break in for a personalized fit to your posterior. Seat installs easily with a tongue in the front and a single bolt into the fender at the rear. Includes all required brackets pre-mounted on the saddle so it’s ready for immediate installation. Optional backrests install into Corbin saddle with just a single bolt. Backrest adjustment can be made without removing seat from the motorcycle. For more information, call 800-538-7035 or visit Corbin Seats.

8 Responses to “Custom Seat For The Harley-Davidson Street 750 And 500 Models”

  1. 1 live2rideaglide Sep 11th, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    See my previous butt ugly comment.

  2. 2 rebel Sep 11th, 2014 at 5:46 pm

    i wouldn’t waste much time with news about these bikes unless every jap bike new part is getting the same press, which would make a ghost town out of this valuable real estate.

  3. 3 Ben Sep 11th, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    That ‘Street’ looks a lot like a shadow.

  4. 4 Drew Sep 12th, 2014 at 10:15 am

    I like these new bikes, and when I’m told by a top level NHRA rider that the XG750 has the potential of 100+ HP with normal engine mods I like it all the more. So, nice comfortable good looking Corbin seat on a small Harley-Davidson with great power, and 8000+ rpm redline seems like a fun rider to me.

  5. 5 BCinSoCal Sep 12th, 2014 at 10:25 am

    Nice bike for someone beginning to ride or just wanting something other than Harley’s two wheeled rolling condos…Rumor has it that the next Something Glide will have a flip-up seat with a toilet beneath it, in addition to the color TV, ten speaker stereo, and radar now fitted 😉

  6. 6 morpion Sep 12th, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    nicer machine than the scout,,

  7. 7 P. Hamilton Sep 12th, 2014 at 1:12 pm

    Morpion. Disagree. A Scout looks 10 times better. Let’s not talk about performance.

  8. 8 chris Feb 11th, 2015 at 4:47 pm

    The street is garbage, the scout is loads better, powerful, and not made of cheap scrappy parts. I owned a street 750 for 3 months and 8400 miles….couldn’t get rid of it unless it was for half of retail. That bike is not going to have 100HP unless you add a turbo or nitrous, with a full exhaust and intake with the custom tune, I had a whopping 64whp. The throttle body is too small to support any more power, most high powered bikes have larger throttle bodies than the street has, not too mention the street has only one and it would need 2 at that size, or about a 55mm+ single.

    For the same money as the xg750 you can have a Triumph street triple with 109hp, upright seating, superb handling, and quality high end components. I would buy a scout for the extra cost, but either of those are 2 better examples. I have a Triumph though not the street triple, I went for the top dollar model and love it. Not having to take it to the dealer every week is a big plus, being able to use all the gas in the tank is a plus, not getting thrown off the bike because the horrible quality fuel pump components suck air more than fuel, and I love getting 50mpg out of a sport bike with a larger engine than a half assed 750. The 750 is supposed to get 50mpg and if you ride like your going to spill a hot coffee on yourself you might get 40, but riding it to have some fun, or hitting the red line often and you’ll hit 25mpg tops. I can wind my bike up to 150mph all day long and still manage mid 30’s mpg, but I guess my bike is 30 pounds lighter, maybe they rated the street’s mpg without a rider, now I could see it getting 50mpg highway then, but I’ll get 52mpg highway with a full load in my tailbag and backpack or 40-43mpg combined mostly city, 35ish if I’m winding out the gears, wheelies, or showing off.

    Buy the street at your own risk, there are plenty of better bikes out there for that amount, and similar models for less. It’s a HD which is why it’s so little bike for so much $$, but if you want a nice HD, you need to shell out more money and get one of their big boys. Personally I now love Triumph, Victory, some Indians, and the typical Jap bike companies are ok but too common. Try Victory and Triumph equivalents to the HD you want, they aren’t thought of and you might be surprised. The Trophy is a loaded cruiser with 120 some odd HP. It’s comfy, loads of storage, quality components, and will blow the pegs off any of HD bikes including the Vrod. It’s the most expensive RAT rod but you pay to get as much of everything as they can put in a bike.

    Live to ride, ride for life

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