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Old 11-09-2012, 11:08 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I used to have a Dual Tour and have many other seats to compare it to.. While they are VERY comfortable for your butt, they changed my riding position too much.
They sit you a fair bit higher and more forward which didn't suit my wife and I at all.

I just mention this for consideration for members considering one that have not sat on them on the bike.

Again, a very comfortable seat if you like the position.
It does sit you forward and up a bit, but if you do it like me you have the dual tour for long trips or for the girlfriend, and rock it solo for around town. I had my stock seat modified and for short rides or if you want to your bike to look its best just keep the solo seat and have the best of both worlds. Once again id recommend this seat
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