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10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

Upgrade your ride without downgrading your dough.

Published on 01.10.2015

3. Coleman Comfort Ride Seat Pad ($18.68)

Coleman Comfort Ride inexpensive Seat pad

Dimensions: 16″ x 9.7″ x 2.7″
Weight: 12 ounces
Materials: Water-resistant nylon outer shell
Attachment: Elastic straps with quick-release buckles

No one likes a sore backside. A seat pad can improve the comfort of your stock seat on those long marathon rides. And more importantly, it can help stave off saddle sores from a long, bumpy, vibrate-y voyage. Unless you’re riding a trials bike, the likelihood is that you’ll be spending a good amount of time sitting on your rear.


The Coleman Comfort Ride Seat Pad softens the throne which carries you through your many excursions. It’s water-resistant, ergonomic and provides a plusher ride. The product page reads “ATV,” but the pad can be used for an array of motorcycles with longer one-piece seats. It can also be adjusted to size with a creative snip, tuck or tie. Also, be prepared because the seat height of your bike will rise about an inch and a half. Adjustments aside, this seat pad does everything it needs to — protects, cushions, and doesn’t empty your wallet.

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Author: Kyra Sacdalan

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12 thoughts on “10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

  1. This is not a simple bolt on item (Tusk 1 1/8″ handlebar). Even the photo shows you need something like the Roxx bar risers to make it bit as the stock mount is for 7/8″ bars. This fact was not mentioned in the article.

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  3. How did you put the bar ends back in that klr? Just did this mod on m y 2014 klr but don’t know how to put the bar ends back

  4. Coleman saddle pad is barely a half inch thick and pretty useless. I gave mine away for free after a 600 mile ride in which mine did ZIP ZILCH NADA for comfort. In fact, I rode through rain and it made my behind and inner thighs feel about 1000x’s worse than if I didn’t have it.

    • Everyone’s different, I guess: I’ve heard a few different guys praise the Coleman as a cheap, yet useful add-on that gave them some saddle relief.

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