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    Please help my wife! : )

    To put it simply, she likes 2up riding, but says the seat's 'too short' - her cute little butt is almost on the cycleracks. Anyone done a mod to make 2up riding a bit more comfortable?

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    Bolt a buddy seat onto the cyclerack?



    Or get a spendy seat from Japan and try and make it fit.... YAMAHA TW200 Seats & Accessories
    Last edited by rm_hm; 08-23-2013 at 04:59 PM.


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    Scoot forward... I know, it sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rm_hm View Post
    Bolt a buddy seat onto the cyclerack?
    I have EXACTLY the same problem!!! But since I have a tail bag on the Cyclerack, I never thought of this fix.

    Now we are looking at Quads......
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    And it's o.k. to own two motorcycles if the second one makes two up riding more comfortable. Geico insurance quoted me $40.00 a year for the second bike.

    And from your description of her posterior she'd look great on a Harley-Davidson.

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    A second TW that she can ride sounds like the ticket to me. That way you can follow occasionally to catch a peek. Just don't crash from the distraction.
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    Thanks guys for the feedback! Pretty cool idea, that bolt on buddy seat. But yeah, for now it's scoot forward and ride almost on the tank. Ah well...she's worth it!

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