Motorcycle Solo Seats
The term solo seat typically refers to a motorcycle seat meant for an individual rider, as opposed to those for a rider and passenger known as a two-up seat. A motorcycle solo seat can be a rigid mount seat that mounts directly to your frame and fender, or it can be a sprung seat that gives you some suspension. Some rigid mount solo seats are made to bolt-on directly to some stock motorcycles such as Harley-Davidson Dyna and Sportster models. A sprung solo seat uses a solo seat pivot at the front of the seat, which allows the seat to pivot when the solo seat springs at the rear of the seat compress. The seat springs typically rest on Weld-On Solo Seat Spring Mounts which are welded to your frame.