Corbin continues to add to their aftermarket seat lineup, with seats for several new models.
They’ve got a new two-piece seat for Kawasaki’s 2013 Ninja 300. It’s built out of their Comfort Cell foam, and shaped so that you shouldn’t slide into the gas tank while braking. It comes with mounting brackets pre-installed; you can see more details here.
Corbin also has a seat for Honda’s new CRF250L. Honda is selling a lot of these bikes now, and if it’s like any other dual sport out there, most owners are going to want to upgrade the saddle. The Corbin seat is narrow at the front, so riders can slide their weight forward when needed, but it’s wider at the back, to allow for comfort when possible. More details are here.
Lastly, Corbin’s also built a seat for Honda’s NC700X. Editor Kurylyk found that bike’s stock saddle pretty uncomfortable last fall, during the CMG Fall Tour and also a spin around Newfoundland; now, owners can change that with Corbin’s two-piece saddle. Check it out here.