Spurgeon looks at the history and philosophies of two Japanese manufacturers of premium motorcycle helmets to answer a commonly asked question.
Thanks for that info...I didn't think about breaking in the seat, or my butt for that matter. I can tell you that in my journey to lose weight I have been riding a recumbent bike for 6-7 weeks and that seat is not very comfortable. I rode the exercise bike last night 6.75 miles, that combined with the Harley ride earlier I had quite a sore backside. Woke up this morning and I'm ok. I'm down 60 pounds, maybe I lost too much padding in my a$$?? I'm still going to research different seats, the Mustang solo seat I have was used but looks and feels like it's new, maybe it's broken in for someone else's cheeks?Mike, just an observation, but it may not be the Mustang seat that was designed for trips longer than an hour. It may be YOUR seat. You admittedly don’t ride much. It takes a little conditioning. Riding is how you condition. The more you ride, the longer you can stretch the trips out. You probably wouldn’t find an Air Zeppelin seat comfortable on a touring bike for very long. Work up to it, buddy.