Brian Crean wrote:Corbin also makes a thicker version of that 1920's seat, mounted on the same metal pan. If you go that way, they are comfortable, but be aware that relocating the fender rack is required for clearance
eastbloc wrote:This didn't help much in terms of comfort. It does help with confidence. I've been riding GS'es all my life and don't like sitting low to the ground. I like to be able to see what's going on.
Comfort-wise the bike remains a bit of a disaster. Something about the bars and the seat makes me slouch, and the stiff suspension and crappy area roads act like a pile driver to the spine.
I think the problem is being relatively fixed in position with the tractor seat. I don't think anything short of a bench seat is going to solve this for me. I do think the position of the bars is contributing though, so I'm going to swap them with some Pro-Tapers before I go splurge on the seat.
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