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The Importance of Comfortable Motorcycle Seats

Can you imagine not having a comfortable motorcycle during a long ride? If you’re unlucky enough, you might even have had to deal with this horrible situation at some point in your time in the saddle. However, there are ways to ease physical displeasure when traveling. Comfort is one of the most important things when you have your legs wrapped around a powerful motorbike. So, join us as we talk over why it is so important as well as some of the best ways to improve your journey. Why Poor

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How to Make Your Motorcycle Seat More Comfortable

According to the U.S. Census, about 1.5 million homes own a motorcycle.  If you’re one of the millions of people who own a motorcycle, you might have noticed that your motorcycle seat isn’t as comfortable as it used to be. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to toss it out and get an entirely new bike. There are plenty of things you can do to make sure that your ride is still just as comfortable!  Get a Seat Pad One of the most popular ways you could fix it

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Your Motorcycle Seat Comfort Guide: What Makes a Motorcycle Seat Ergonomic?

Along the timeline from first-time rider to longstanding Iron Butt Association member is a lot of learning and a lot of bike tweaking.  A reputation for being road-worn and battle-weary might have come along with motorcycle enthusiasts since the 40s but nobody likes riding on a plank. When it comes to motorcycle seat comfort, everyone’s looking for something that makes your butt feel as free and secure as being on a bike makes you feel.  That said, not everyone really understands what goes into bike ergonomics and finding a balance

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Motorcycle Cushions for Less Than $250

Ride On: 3 Motorcycle Cushions for Less Than $250

Over 13 million people in the United States own motorcycles.  While it’s amazing that motorcycles have experienced exponential growth in popularity, there’s one small problem.  Motorcycle manufacturers only produce a limited style of seats, yet riders have an endless variety of rear ends.  Not everyone will find the seat on their motorcycle to be as comfortable as it could be.  This is even more noticeable the more you ride.  Thankfully, there’s a solution.  Motorcycle cushions help riders find comfort and relief.  But not all seat cushions are the same quality

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Best Motorcycle Seat Cushion of 2020

5 Reasons Wild Ass Is the Best Motorcycle Seat Cushion of 2020

Most motorcycle riders manage to cover 250-300 miles a day when traveling.  The number of miles you log in a day will depend on several different factors.  These include the traffic conditions, weather, endurance level, road condition, and type of motorcycle.  One of the biggest factors is your abilities and endurance level.  The faster your body and mind fatigue, the sooner you’ll want to quit.  One way to improve your endurance is to make your bike more comfortable by adding a motorcycle seat cushion.  We have five reasons why Wild Ass is

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Motorcycle Touring Seats

Your Guide to the Features and Benefits of Wild Ass Motorcycle Touring Seats

There’s nothing like the feeling of riding a motorcycle with the wind in your hair!  The joys of riding a motorcycle aren’t a secret.  A survey from 2018 found that about 13,158,100 Americans own motorcycles. You would love to keep riding today, but you notice that your butt has gone numb and your back has started aching.  You need to take a break and walk around for a minute. While you get the blood flowing back to your rear end, why not look for an upgrade to that stiff old motorcycle

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5 Safe Ways to Pack up Your Motorcycle (Fast!)

Almost 400,000 traveling motorcyclists visited Montana in 2018.  Motorcycle tourism, as a whole, has experienced explosive growth over the last few years.  If you’re planning to take a two-wheeled adventure, then you need to plan what you’ll bring with you.  There’s an art to packing a motorcycle.  You have severely limited space, and if you get it wrong, you could endanger yourself or at least make for an unpleasant ride.  This guide will help you pack with five ways you can safely load your gear.  1. Heaviest Items on the Bottom 

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sturgis motorcycle rally 2020

80th Annual 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is on, do you have your Wild Ass Motorcycle Seat Cushion?

Are you going to be one of the thousands of riders going to attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in 2020? Attending this motorcycle rally is for a good cause, but you may not be tempted to go to this event this year if you’ve been having problems with back pain. If you’re finding that you’re not as tempted to ride as you used to be, because of back pain or hip pain that you feel when you’re riding, we have a solution for you.  Keep reading to learn why you

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Best Motorcycle Seat Pad for Long Rides

The Best Motorcycle Seat Pad for Long Rides

The average motorcycle spans distances of over 3,000 miles annually.  That’s a lot of ground to cover.  Touring and sport-touring bikes can reach upwards of 6,000 miles per year. Whether you ride your motorcycle on the weekend for pleasure or use it as your primary vehicle, you want it to be a comfortable journey.  Comfort starts with choosing the best motorcycle seat pad for long rides.  Quality motorcycle seats offer both support and a more enjoyable experience.  Not sure how to choose? Grab your helmet and learn more here about

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There for the Long Haul: How Our Motorcycle Seat Cushion Materials Work

Are you ready to get your wild ass onto a motorcycle and go cruising down the highway? Wind in your hair, bugs in your teeth? Sounds like a biker’s dream! Wait, though! Just how comfortable are you going to be on that bike? You’re going to have a sore ass by the end of your ride—especially if it’s a long ride, or you’re “of a certain age.” We have seat cushions to ease that bottom of yours, though. This article looks at the cushion materials and what each of our

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