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 Corbin Introduces Front & Rear Saddles for 2012 - 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 650


Hollister, CA- Corbin's new saddles eliminate pressure points and increases riding range due to their ergonomically corrected seating platforms. Built up of high-density Comfort Cell foam for sport-touring comfort, they're shaped like your body to create a greater area of body contact and proper weight distribution. Built firm to stay resilient and support your body all day long. 

After an initial break-in period, Comfort Cell® foam will adapt to your body to provide an even greater degree of comfort. Additionally, the seating platforms have been neutralized to reduce the tendency to slide towards the tank under braking. Corbin's seat is shaped to provide support for your legs while your feet are on the footpegs, but is shaved in the nose area to allow good ground reach.  

Corbin's exclusive Fibertech basepan creates a firm foundation for the foam shape and keeps the carefully designed ergonomics intact. Corbin's saddles are engineered to fit every contour of the Ninja and provide a perfect fit. Under the saddle, rubber bumpers keep your paint job safe from scuffing. Both front and rear saddles mount like stock and come with brackets preinstalled on the saddle.  

Corbin saddles come standard with genuine leather seating inserts for a true touch of luxury. We recommend our Carbon Fiber laminated leather seating with Asphalt vinyl sides and a tasteful color coordinated welt. Leather will provide a seating surface that breathes with your body and will adapt with the foam during break in for a perfectly personalized fit. MSRP: Front saddle-$272.00, Rear saddle-$194.00.

For those interested in obtaining more information on Corbin, you can reach them at 800-538-7035 or online at . Visit Corbin Headquarters at 2360 Technology Parkway, Hollister, CA. 95023 or Corbin Florida at 1433 US Highway 1, Ormond Beach, FL 32174.


Don't forget about Corbin's 5th Annual Rider Appreciation Day and the Hollister Rally on July 4-6th, 2014!

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Rick Raus

V-Twin Marketing


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2014 Benelli TNTR 1130Meet the new 2014 TNTR 1130 which received a series of upgrades that help it deliver better performances.

The Benelli TNTR 1130 weighs 202 Kg and is propelled by an 1131 cc, triple cylinder, liquid cooled engine which generates 116kw (157.8cv) at 10,200 rpm and 120Nm (12.2 kg.m) of torque at 8,400 rpm. This power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with a slipper dry clutch. READ ON

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Horex Unveils New Café Racer Version Of VR6 Roadster - See more at: is an acclaimed German Motorcycle company that builds beautifully crafted motorcycles and now it has unveiled a new cafe racer based on the its famous VR6 Roadster motorcycle platform. Horex is popular for building motorcycles with old school looks while retaining modern performance. It is one of the oldest motorcycle companies in the region with its lineage spanning just over 93 years it has built many road going and race bred motorcycles for enthusiasts.  READ ON

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ROKONWinter weather, unfortunately, remains in full force in much of the country with motorcycle owners anxiously looking at the 10-day forecast for any sign of warm and dry.  

But ice and snow are no obstacles for owners of the brand that claims the title of being the second oldest continuously produced motorcycle in America. Care to wager a guess as to its name?  READ ON


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The Swift 250 is the first bike from newly-formed AVA Velocity WorksThe Swift AVA 250 is everything that’s right and good about vintage motorcycles. It’s raw. It’s raucous. It barks and clatters and feels like it will rattle the fillings right out of your teeth. Yes, it’s more of a motorized bicycle than a proper motorcycle. But it’s charming and stylish, and and it feels faster than it is. It is an elemental machine, a cheap and cheerful runabout perfect for city life. READ ON