Kawasaki Motorcycle Seats

Kawasaki Motorcycle Seats

If your current Kawasaki motorcycle seat is full of rips and tears or hurts to sit on for an extended period of time, it may be time to consider getting a new one. Welcome to Viking Bags, the place to be if you are a motorcycle enthusiast and are looking for new equipment to deck out your sweet ride.

Despite the common belief that experiencing a sharp pain in your bottom while sitting on a Kawasaki seat is considered normal, the truth is it’s not. The purpose of a Kawasaki seat is to provide a secure place to operate your motorcycle while ensuring you are in a comfortable riding position as you do so. Take a look over what Viking Bags has to offer and try to determine which are the most comfortable Kawasaki seats.

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Most Comfortable Kawasaki Seats By Model

At Viking Bags, you can take your pick of the selection of Kawasaki motorcycle seats designed for the following models: Vulcan and Eliminator & Mean Streak.

  • Vulcan: If you ride a Vulcan model, the Kawasaki seat’s distance from the handlebars is similar to the stock versions, but is positioned at a cruising angle to maximize comfort. They tend to have built-in steel support wings to help keep the frame strong. These can double as both solo and two-up seats since it is simple to attach either a backrest or passenger seat.
  • Eliminator & Mean Streak: For the Eliminator & Mean Streak, the Kawasaki seat has a baseplate with a wide surface area that allows the seat foam to better distribute your weight and contour snugly around your bottom. It is also positioned at an angle to help prevent sliding, fix your posture, and maximize comfort.

Design of Kawasaki Seats for Motorcycles

  • Structure: When you are assembling a Kawasaki motorcycle seat, you will have to connect the following pieces: the baseplate, seat foam, and seat cover. The baseplate is the bottom of the frame and the support for the rest of the Kawasaki seat. The seat foam is the pad that provides a pillow for your bottom by reducing vibrations. The seat cover gives you a proper surface to sit on and keeps the top of the Kawasaki seat from getting damaged.
  • Material: In terms of material, the baseplate of most Kawasaki motorcycle seats are constructed from steel or fiberglass. The seat foam is packed with a dense foam and the seat cover can be made either out of vinyl or leather.
  • Stitch: The plain black option has a simple design which is suited for the stock versions of Kawasaki seats. The horizontal, vertical, or diamond stitch with either black or white colored seams add a little flair to your Kawasaki seat’s design.
  • Finish: Though picking either a chrome, gloss, or matte finish is more of an aesthetic choice, your Kawsaki seat needs a finish to serve as a protective coat to prevent the metal frame from getting scratched.
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