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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-08-2007, 05:52 AM Thread Starter
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Here'ssome ideas that may help riders be a little more comfortable during long rides on very hot or cold days.

Hot Day Rides: If the seat had tiny holes in them, air could be directed from a vent to the seat. This could reduce the "hot spot" and make it more comfortable.

On Cold Days: If the seat had tiny holes in them, air could be directed from a vent that captured heat from the engine. This could reduce the "cold spot" and make it more comfortable.

Reaching The Ground: There is a whole market of "Short Riders" out here. We still want to ride the GW but sometimes have a problem reaching the ground. By having a seat that is cut down on the sides, it would help us enjoy the Wing and ride more safely.

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Kudos on all three suggestions!!

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