5 Cool Saddles For Your Bagger

These solo and two-up seats will turn up the comfort level while still staying true to your bagger’s style

Whether you’re a lone wolf or choose to travel with a partner in crime, there’s a perfect seat out there to accommodate both of your bottoms. There is no hard call to make anymore, because these seats offer the style you want and the comfort you’ll need during those extended rides this season. When you have a show-worthy seat that won’t leave your lower body numb after hours on the road, you know you’ve made the right saddle selection.

These choice specimens will leave you satisfied ride after ride. After all, why should you hit the road on an ugly, non-supportive, sorry excuse for a motorcycle seat?

Available for ’09–later H-D touring models, the Low-Profile Solo seat has a slammed custom look that provides optimal comfort with a shape that promotes ideal weight distribution to go easy on your pressure points.


An attractive diamond-pleated seating surface and accent colored stitching has been set into textured black vinyl for equal parts good looks and durability.

Le Pera Aviator Solo Up Front Seat

Feel the need to inch a little closer to the handlebars for the sake of comfort and control? Le Pera’s Aviator Up Front seat can do just that, as it brings the rider 2.5 inches closer than the company’s standard Aviator saddle.

Le Pera

The Aviator is designed to be a midrange seat with a 13-inch-wide seating area and 5 inches of back support. This seat is available for a wide range of Harley-Davidson Touring models, and will bring a great deal of style and a customized feel to the long haul ahead.

So you want big style and you want your passenger to actually be comfortable as well? Well, a simple seat solution for the ride would be Mustang’s Dave Perewitz Signature Fastback Seat.


The 12-inch-wide rider’s seat tapers to 7 inches wide for the passenger, and sports a killer-looking stitch pattern and low profile that you’ll appreciate both on and off the bike. With Mustang and the legendary Mr. Perewitz onboard, there’s no losing with this saddle.

There are two things you should never have to sacrifice when choosing a new seat—style and comfort. It doesn’t even matter if you are riding with a passenger, as there is always enough room for a seat that is designed to look good and still be inviting during an extended cruise.

Roland Sands Design

RSD’s Flatout Enzo 2-Up seat combines the styling of high-end automobile craftsmanship with a comfortable ride that is provided by controlled density polyurethane foam for a feel that one might not expect from a saddle this cool-looking. The use of black and brown colored materials gives off the appearance of a solo seat, when in reality this is a more than capable two-up option for those who demand high marks in both appearance and performance.

Backaches and rear-end aches are to be expected during extended motorcycle rides, right? If you said yes, they shouldn’t be. Danny Gray has redesigned the standard motorcycle seat with the ultimate goal of prolonged comfort in mind.

Danny Gray

The Danny Gray seats with Independent Suspension Technology (IST) have been developed with a revolutionary method of building a seat that hasn’t been experienced before. Instead of running with the same old cushion and cover over a solid pan approach, the IST seats feature cutouts in the seat pan that are covered with flexible plastic membrane that operate like a trampoline effect. On top of that, the Airhawk pad redistributes body weight evenly for an added layer of comfort.