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Biltwell Waterproof Seat Skin - Small Biltwell Waterproof Seat Skin - Large Biltwell Chromoly Seat Hinge

Description

Few if any motorcycle seats—Biltwell included—are 100% impervious to the damaging effects of wet weather, especially ones with intricate stitch patterns, multiple panels and/or expensive leather. Use our Seat Skins to protect your bike's upholstery when things turn foul.

Technical Details

  • UltraMax UV-treated nylon construction with waterproof PVC backing
  • Hand-stitched construction with taped weatherproofing at every seam
  • Simple drawstring with elastic gathers for speedy mounting
  • Two sizes available to fit every Biltwell solo and bolt-on seat as well as select other stock and aftermarket models

Form and Function

UltraMax nylon boasts 200 denier construction for the best blend of stretch, flexibility and abrasion-resistance. The Large model fits over all two-up Biltwell seats and similar-sized models from other makers. The Small Seat Skin fits our Sport-8 bolt-on seat and our complete range of DIY chopper solo seats. Black nylon material is yarn-dyed before weaving for colorfastness, and all seams are taped after sewing for final waterproofing.

Description

Few if any motorcycle seats—Biltwell included—are 100% impervious to the damaging effects of wet weather, especially ones with intricate stitch patterns, multiple panels and/or expensive leather. Use our Seat Skins to protect your bike's upholstery when things turn foul.

Technical Details

  • UltraMax UV-treated nylon construction with waterproof PVC backing
  • Hand-stitched construction with taped weatherproofing at every seam
  • Simple drawstring with elastic gathers for speedy mounting
  • Two sizes available to fit every Biltwell solo and bolt-on seat as well as select other stock and aftermarket models

Form and Function

UltraMax nylon boasts 200 denier construction for the best blend of stretch, flexibility and abrasion-resistance. The Large model fits over all two-up Biltwell seats and similar-sized models from other makers. The Small Seat Skin fits our Sport-8 bolt-on seat and our complete range of DIY chopper solo seats. Black nylon material is yarn-dyed before weaving for colorfastness, and all seams are taped after sewing for final waterproofing.

Description

A quality component for solo seat installation on custom choppers. If your frame's backbone doesn't already have our hinge bung welded in place, you'll have to do some grinding and welding to make this part work.

Technical Details

  • Investment-cast 4130 chromoly hinge head with Biltwell wordmark branding
  • Laser-cut 4130 chromoly mounting strap is TIG welded to the cast head
  • Raw investment-cast steel seat hinge bung welds onto frame for installation
  • Seat hinge bung features press-fit bronze bushings for smooth operation
  • Chrome plated grade-8 shoulder bolt for smoother pivot action
  • Black electroplated finish after welding for rugged good looks

Form and Function

It takes grinding, welding and repainting to properly install this seat hinge on your motorcycle. If you don't have the tools and confidence for these steps, please consider another way to install your seat. This hinge works by creating a pivoting point between the nose of your solo seat and the backbone of your frame. The black strap bolts to the underside of the seat; the raw steel bung must be welded to your frame. After light fabrication and repaint work, the two pieces bolt together with the chrome shoulder bolt provided. A light smear of grease on the shoulder bolt and a drop of blue Loc-Tite on its threads keeps everything working tight and tidy for years.

Biltwell Harlot Pad Biltwell Harlot Pad - Tuck N' Roll Biltwell Stainless Steel Seat Hinge

Description

Put the cherry on top of your chopper sundae with a P-pad to match your solo seat. Easily custom mounts to your fender with hardware of your choice.

Technical Details

  • 1/4-inch (4mm) thick laminated leather base with vinyl veneer for weather resistance
  • Pre-curved shape to fit the radius of most rear fenders
  • One-piece molded polyurethane foam padding
  • Four nickel-plated brass grommets on the corners for custom mounting
  • Hand-sewn smooth and embossed vinyl covers available in a variety of stitched upholstery patterns

Care and Maintenance

While the heavy-duty vinyl material we use to make our Harlot pads is highly water resistant, the tiny holes in the vinyl created during stitching are not. If you leave your motorcycle parked in the rain, water can and will penetrate the Harlot pad cover and become absorbed by the foam. Cover your Harlot pad with a plastic trash bag to protect it from bad weather.

Description

Put the cherry on top of your chopper sundae with a P-pad to match your solo seat. Easily custom mounts to your fender with hardware of your choice.

Technical Details

  • 1/4-inch (4mm) thick laminated leather base with vinyl veneer for weather resistance
  • Pre-curved shape to fit the radius of most rear fenders
  • One-piece molded polyurethane foam padding
  • Four nickel-plated brass grommets on the corners for custom mounting
  • Hand-sewn smooth and embossed vinyl covers available in a variety of stitched upholstery patterns

Care and Maintenance

While the heavy-duty vinyl material we use to make our Harlot pads is highly water resistant, the tiny holes in the vinyl created during stitching are not. If you leave your motorcycle parked in the rain, water can and will penetrate the Harlot pad cover and become absorbed by the foam. Cover your Harlot pad with a plastic trash bag to protect it from bad weather.

Description

A premium seat hinge, this beauty features one-piece investment-cast stainless-steel construction and a raw polished finish for performance and style. Already a classic.

Technical Details

  • Investment-cast stainless-steel one-piece hinge strap design
  • Raw investment-cast steel seat hinge bung welds onto frame for installation
  • Seat hinge bung features press-fit bronze bushings for smooth operation
  • Chrome plated grade-8 shoulder bolt for smooth pivot action
  • Hand-polished surface finish with cast Biltwell logo and recessed detailing

Form and Function

It takes grinding, welding and repainting to properly install this seat hinge on your motorcycle. If you don't have the tools and confidence for these steps, please consider another way to install your seat. This hinge works by creating a pivot point between the nose of your solo seat and the backbone of your frame. The black strap bolts to the underside of the seat; the raw steel bung must be welded to your frame. After light fabrication and repaint work, the two pieces bolt together with the chrome shoulder bolt provided. A light smear of grease on the shoulder bolt and a drop of blue Loc-Tite on its threads keeps everything working tight and tidy for years.

Biltwell Slimline Seat - Pan w/ Foam Biltwell Solo 2 Seat - Pan w/ Foam Biltwell Solo Seat - Pan w/ Foam

Description

Heavy gauge stamped steel pan with high rear kick for added support. Stamped-in ridges on the pan increase stiffness and give the pan a clean, classic look. Matte black electroplated finish.

Technical Details

  • Stamped steel pan with Black ED finish
  • Molded polyurethane foam padding
  • Adjustable carriage mounting bolts
  • Custom applications only

Care and Maintenance

This is a custom motorcycle component that requires basic fabrication skills and mechanical acumen to install properly. If your motorcycle already has a seat hinge and spring bungs installed on the frame, you’re halfway there, though some additional modifications may be required.

Description

For DIY craftsmen, leatherworkers and upholstery pros, all of our steel pan solo seat models are available uncovered for custom finishing.

Technical Details

  • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electropated finish for style and weather resistance
  • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
  • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant

Care and Maintenance

This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required.

Description

For DIY craftsmen, leatherworkers and upholstery pros, all of our steel pan solo seat models are available uncovered for custom finishing.

Technical Details

  • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electropated finish for style and weather resistance
  • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
  • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant

Care and Maintenance

This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required.

Biltwell Thinline Seat - Pan w/ Foam Biltwell Midline Seat - Pan w/ Foam Airhawk Motorcycle Pillion Seat

Description

For DIY craftsmen, leatherworkers and upholstery pros, all of our steel pan solo seat models are available uncovered for custom finishing.

Technical Details

  • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electropated finish for style and weather resistance
  • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
  • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant

Care and Maintenance

This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required.

Description

For DIY craftsmen, leatherworkers and upholstery pros, all of our steel pan solo seat models are available uncovered for custom finishing.

Technical Details

  • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electropated finish for style and weather resistance
  • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
  • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant

Care and Maintenance

This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required.

Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR

AIR PAD MADE OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
* COVER: BREATHABLE POLYESTER TOP WITH NON SKID BOTTOM, SPACER MESH SIDES
* CRUISER STRAPS INCLUDED
* MEASURES 11″ L X 9″ W
    Airhawk Dual Sport Seat Cushion Airhawk Cruiser Small Seat Cushion Airhawk Cruiser R Small Seat Cushion

    Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

    Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

    Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

    First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

    Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

    Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

    Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

    Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

    Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

    Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

    To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

    Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR

    AIRHAWK Dual Sport design specifically to meet the needs of the Dual Sport Rider and their bikes. Has a narrow front to match the seat profile of most Dual Sport Bikes. The front of the DS pad is also tapered down to minimize unwanted pressure on front leg pass. Made in Polyurethane.

    * DESIGNED FOR MORE NARROWED FRONT SEATS
    * AIR PAD MADE OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
    * COVER: BREATHABLE SPACER MESH WITH NON SKID BOTTOM
    * CRUISER STRAPS INCLUDED
    * MEASURES 11″ L X 11″ W

      Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

      Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

      Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

      First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

      Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

      Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

      Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

      Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

      Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

      Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

      To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

      Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR

      Unique inflatable, multi-cell air pad made in polyurethane, cover in stretchable fabric on top, breathable mesh sides and non skid material on bottom.
      * DESIGNED TO FIT SPORT TOURING AND CRUISER BIKES
      * AIR PAD MADE OUT OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
      * COVER: BREATHABLE POLYESTER TOP WITH NON SKID BOTTOM, SPACER MESH SIDES
      * CRUISER STRAPS INCLUDED
      * MEASURES 18″ L X 12″ W

        Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

        Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

        Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

        First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

        Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

        Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

        Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

        Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

        Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

        Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

        To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

        Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR



        AirHawk Cruiser R Small, Cover in Breathable Spacer Mesh cloth material w/red vinyl accent, non-skid bottom material.
        * BUILT-IN STRESS RELIEF DESIGN FEATURES – REDUCED PRESSURE POINTS ON TAILBONE, SCROTUM, AND PROSTATE
        * CELL HEIGHTS LOWER ON FRONT FOR BETTER LEG PASSAGE
        * AIR PAD MADE OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
        * COVER: BREATHABLE SPACER MESH WITH NON-SKID BOTTOM
        * MEASURES 11″L X 11″W
          Airhawk Cruiser Medium Seat Cushion Airhawk Cruiser Large Seat Cushion Biltwell Midline Seat

          Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

          Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

          Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

          First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

          Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

          Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

          Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

          Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

          Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

          Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

          To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

          Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR

          * AIR PAD MADE OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
          * COVER: BREATHABLE POLYESTER TOP WITH NON SKID BOTTOM, SPACER MESH SIDES
          * CRUISER STRAPS INCLUDED
          * MEASURES 14″ L X 14″ W

            Ride on Air with an AIRHAWK® ® comfort seating system. AIRHAWK® seat cushions are an air-filled seat pad that is guaranteed to DOUBLE YOUR RIDE TIME!

            Soft, flexible interconnected air cells evenly distribute pressure throughout the pad and conforms to your shape. The breathable cover allows air to flow through the cushion, keeping you cool and dry.

            Let’s choose the right AIRHAWK comfort seating system for your bike. Remember the seat pad doesn’t need to cover the entire seat, only where you sit.

            First, measure the widest part of the seat, near where your tailbone would rest.

            Then measure the length of your seat from the furthest back your butt will sit to where the seat narrows for your legs. Don’t measure the area of the seat where you don’t sit. Find the AIRHAWK® model that most closely matches these measurements.

            Now that you have your AIRHAWK® cushion, let’s get it installed and inflated properly. In the box you will find the bladder, cover, and the straps to hold the pad on your seat.

            Before installing, place the empty bladder in the cover cell side up with the valve exposed. Then fully inflate the bladder, by turning the valve counterclockwise to open, inflate using your mouth until all air cells are full. Turn the valve clockwise to close. Now place the seat pad on your seat where you’d like it.

            Wrap the straps under the seat crisscrossed or straight, whichever works best for your bike. Adjust the strap lengths as needed.

            Now that your AIRHAWK® cushion is installed, you’ll need to find the right inflation level.

            Sit on the seat in your normal riding position with your feet on the pegs. Open the valve to release air until you sink down into the pad. It’s important to note that most people tend to over inflate the cushion. It’s designed to work with a minimal amount of air. LESS is BEST.

            To test this, slowly lean your body from side to side. You should be able to feel the air transfer beneath you slightly. If you feel yourself touching the base of your bike seat, add some more air and repeat the adjustment process. If you have to adjust your mirrors or if you feel wobbly, your AIRHAWK® is most likely is overinflated. Ultimately when finished, the cushion will be about 1/4 to 1/3 full.

            Once you find the right inflation level, you might want to clear your calendar, it’s time to RIDE ON AIR


            AirHawk Cruiser R Large, Cover in Breathable Spacer Mesh cloth material w/red vinyl accent, non skid bottom material.

            * BUILT IN STRESS RELIEF DESIGN FEATURES – REDUCED PRESSURE POINTS ON TAILBONE, SCROTUM AND PROSTATE
CELL HEIGHTS LOWER ON FRONT FOR BETTER LEG PASSAGE
            * AIR PAD MADE OF DURABLE POLYURETHANE
            * COVER: BREATHABLE SPACER MESH W/RED ACCENT, NON SKID BOTTOM
            * CRUISER STRAPS INCLUDED
            * MEASURES 14” L X 14.5” W

              Description

              Our newest DIY solo seat features a shape aficionados of the classic chopper game will recognize instantly. The nose, side profile and rear kick are classic Bates.

              Technical Details

              • Shape and silhouette mimics the size and proportions of Bates' classic chopper seat from the '60s
              • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electroplated finish for durability
              • Slots in bottom of pan accept moveable carriage bolts for greater flexibility during mounting
              • Precision embossed and hand-stitched vinyl covers in a variety of upholstery patterns
              • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
              • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant
              • Cover fastened to steel pan with aluminum rivets around the perimeter for rugged durability

              Care and Maintenance

              This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required. The heavy-duty vinyl we use on every Biltwell seat is UV- and water-resistant, but their hand-stitched seams are not. Left unprotected in the rain, all our custom seats with upholstery patterns will absorb water. If you park or ride your motorcycle in bad weather, cover your seat with a Biltwell Seat Skin (sold separately) to protect its upholstery and foam in wet conditions.

              Biltwell Solo 2 Seat Biltwell Thinline Seat Biltwell Slimline Seat

              Description

              Same full-sized silhouette as our Solo seat, but with a shorter length and two inches of added rear kick to support your butt when installed on bikes with steeply angled backbones.

              Technical Details

              • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with welded carriage bolts for mounting springs and hinges
              • Black electroplated finish for classic appearance and resistance to the elements
              • Precision embossed and hand-stitched vinyl covers in a variety of upholstery patterns
              • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
              • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant
              • Cover fastened to steel pan with aluminum rivets around the perimeter for rugged durability

              Care and Maintenance

              This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required. The heavy-duty vinyl we use on every Biltwell seat is UV- and water-resistant, but their hand-stitched seams are not. Left unprotected in the rain, all our custom seats with upholstery patterns will absorb water. If you park or ride your motorcycle in bad weather, cover your seat with a Biltwell Seat Skin (sold separately) to protect its upholstery and foam in wet conditions.

              Description

              The size and proportions of our smallest solo seat make this model a great choice for vintage British and Japanese hardtail choppers.

              Technical Details

              • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with black electroplated finish for durability
              • Slots in bottom of pan accept moveable carriage bolts for greater flexibility during mounting
              • Precision embossed and hand-stitched vinyl covers in a variety of upholstery patterns
              • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
              • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant
              • Cover fastened to steel pan with aluminum rivets around the perimeter for rugged durability

              Care and Maintenance

              This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required. The heavy-duty vinyl we use on every Biltwell seat is UV- and water-resistant, but their hand-stitched seams are not. Left unprotected in the rain, all our custom seats with upholstery patterns will absorb water. If you park or ride your motorcycle in bad weather, cover your seat with a Biltwell Seat Skin (sold separately) to protect its upholstery and foam in wet conditions.

              Description

              Heavy gauge stamped steel pan with high rear kick for added support. Stamped-in ridges on the pan increase stiffness and give the pan a clean, classic look. Matte black electroplated finish.

              Technical Details

              • Stamped steel pan with Black ED finish
              • Molded polyurethane foam padding
              • Hand stitched black vinyl cover
              • Adjustable carriage mounting bolts
              • Custom applications only

              Care and Maintenance

              This is a custom motorcycle component that requires basic fabrication skills and mechanical acumen to install properly. If your motorcycle already has a seat hinge and spring bungs installed on the frame, you’re halfway there, though some additional modifications may be required.

              Our seat covers are extremely water resistant, but the seams are not. If left outside in the rain, these seats can soak up water. This is especially true of the Diamond or Tuck n’ Roll designs since they have more stitched seams. If you expect rain or snow, cover the seat to keep your saddle dry.

              Biltwell Solo Seat
              Biltwell Solo Seat
              MSRP: $119.95

              Description

              Our first solo seat is an enduring favorite among vintage and "old-school" motorcycle customizers. Generously proportioned for larger riders, looks great on hardtailed classic big twins.

              Technical Details

              • Heavy-duty stamped steel pan with welded carriage bolts for mounting springs and hinges
              • Black electroplated finish for classic appearance and resistance to the elements
              • Precision embossed and hand-stitched vinyl covers in a variety of upholstery patterns
              • Designed for DIY custom installation only—will not bolt directly to any stock motorcycle
              • Molded, closed-cell polyurethane foam padding holds its shape and is highly water-resistant
              • Cover fastened to steel pan with aluminum rivets around the perimeter for rugged durability

              Care and Maintenance

              This custom motorcycle seat requires basic fabrication and mechanical skills for proper installation. If your motorcycle's frame already has a seat hinge and spring bungs you’re halfway there, but fine-tuning may be required. The heavy-duty vinyl we use on every Biltwell seat is UV- and water-resistant, but their hand-stitched seams are not. Left unprotected in the rain, all our custom seats with upholstery patterns will absorb water. If you park or ride your motorcycle in bad weather, cover your seat with a Biltwell Seat Skin (sold separately) to protect its upholstery and foam in wet conditions.