Hollister is hardly local to you in whittier. I live 20 minutes away from the production facility and I consider that local..Originally posted by Rivetgeek
I had a corbin on my old bike. If you really want the extra confort, then yes, it's worth it. They are by far the most comfortable seat you'll ever sit on. And since im local they custom made it. I rode around for a day then came back and they shaved it to my preference.
you can choose the fabric they use to make it with. they have leather that matches the factory material.Originally posted by BrandonM7
I would really like to get one, but I fear it won't match with the factory passenger seat -- and there's no way I'm getting their stank-ass puffed-up passenger seat.
he did say "on my old bike" - maybe he lived in the bay area when he had that... people are so quick to judge on this siteOriginally posted by GingerNinja
Find it hard to beleive that you drove 350 plus miles each way 2 x's to get this seat fitted. Just as I found it hard to beleive that you have the 2007 ZX6 already.... If you do post of some pics of youa dn your bike outside of a showroom.
agreed. I had one on my zx6-e and sold it a few days later. I didn't buy my R for touring.Originally posted by xtremewlr
Corbin ain't all that IMO. I had a Corbin for my last bike and preferred the stock seat. I won't spend $300 for a Corbin for the Kawi when I am very happy with the stock seat on it.