Skwoosh Motorcycle Gel Cushion Review
The mistake that occurs most often when most people buy a motorcycle is not giving long term comfort a serious consideration. We review the Skwoosh Motorcycle Gel Cushion. Read on! TMW Product Reviews:
The mistake that occurs most often when most people buy a motorcycle is not giving long term comfort a serious consideration. It is difficult to do considering that often you either get a period of sitting on the bike in the showroom before laying out your hard earned dollars on your dream bike or, if you are lucky, you get a ½ hour test ride to confirm that the bike is everything that you have ever wanted. Once the owner hits the road for their first day-long ride on their new machine the reality begins to sink in: "This motorcycle seat is excruciatingly painful"! More often than not, new motorcycle seats are given less design consideration than the clutch lever, other than to align with the contour of the rest of the motorcycle. So just how bad can they be? In the case of our Ducati Monster 696 - quite bad indeed. (ed. Also in the case of my stock Suzuki V-Strom seat). In fact, after three hours in the saddle it feels as though the pain would be somewhat less excruciating if you tossed the seat in the ditch and rode the frame fails home kind-of-bad. Which leaves this owner (as well as the owners of many new bikes) to ponder" Do I sell this bike and attempt to get something more comfortable, or do I try to fix the issue?" It's a predicament as old as the motorcycle itself as people may not buy motorcycles for a comfortable seat, but they often get rid of them for lack thereof...http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/reviews/Skwoosh-Motorcycle-Gel-Cushion-Review.htm
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