For all of you have bought one of the new Indian motorcycles and are looking to put a more stylish seat on it Corbin just might have the ticket for you. Its Classic Solo will look excellent on your Indian while providing extraordinary rider comfort. The seat conforms to the shape of your body for maximum support and more square inches of body contact which is one of the secrets of long range comfort and is a staple of Corbin design. For added back support the Classic Solo saddle accepts an optional rider’s backrest that provides an additional nine inches of vertical support. Also available in a CLOSE model that provides seating closer to the bars and slightly lower for easier reach.
For a very clean look the Corbin backrests install easily into hardware concealed inside the saddle and it is fully angle adjustable in order to fit a wide range of riders. Just install the backrest into the saddle, lock it in place with a single setscrew and adjust the backrest angle to suit. A variety of backrest styles are available to suit your taste and the amount of support desired. Shown with our most popular #02-SB Ovalbac backrest.
For maximum versatility the Corbin solo saddle is designed to work with 2 different passenger pillion seats. Corbin’s 50’s pillion is built with exclusive high-density Comfort Cell foam, just like the saddle, to provide firm support with a low profile, fender hugging profile. It comes decorated in your choice of leather styles to coordinate with your Corbin solo. Corbin’s Touring pillion provides your passenger with maximized seating area and touring class comfort. Sculpted ergonomically to eliminate hot spots and improve weight distribution. Corbin engineers have designed a third touring pillion modified to work with the Indian Sissy Bar. All 3 pillions install easily with all required hardware included.
For those chilly rides the Classic Solo saddle has the option of electric heated seating. You’ll be amazed how a heated seat can raise your core body temperature during one of those chilly morning rides. This system easily wires directly to the bike’s accessory jack and provides heat with the flip of a switch which is conveniently located on the left side of the seat. The preinstalled heater unit is built right into the saddle.
Corbin’s backrests come covered to match your saddle and also offer the option of custom finishing plates on the rear. Backrests come standard with an ABS leather look backing plate but you can choose a carbon-fiber look or a paintable model at no added charge. For a little extra they offer pre-painted gloss black that coordinates perfectly with the look of the bike.
These saddles and backrests include genuine leather seating panels in your choice of colors and styles and a tasteful diamond stitch pattern in the solo seat and embroidered warrior feather in the pillion. Leather provides a luxurious perch that breathes with your body enhancing comfort value. The leather will also break in along with the foam shape in support of the personalized fit. In the side panels they use a coordinating vinyl material to keep the saddle looking sharp longer and support the foam shape. Corbin also includes genuine leather fringe and the option of chrome or black studs at no additional charge (be sure to specify when ordering).
If you’re looking to add a bit of storage to your bike Corbin now offers a slick “Glovebox” that bolts up to the Corbin backrests in place of a finishing plate (#297-B & #02-SB only). This little beauty provides 4 liters of locking storage with is plenty for all your small essentials like cell phones, maps, water bottles and even a spare pair of gloves. Fully lined on the inside to protect your cargo and the locking door keeps it all secure.
For more information on Corbin, you can reach them at 800-538-7035 or online at www.corbin.com. You can write or visit Corbin Headquarters at 2360 Technology Parkway, Hollister, CA. 95023 or Corbin Florida at 1433 US Highway 1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174. Don’t forget about Corbin’s 5th Annual Rider Appreciation Day and Hollister Rally on July 4-6, 2014.
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