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New Company:Dragger Seats

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Written by Road Star Clinic Staff   
Friday, 23 June 2006

We have been in contact with a relatively new manufacturer for a little while now, and wanted to pass this on.

For those of us who go in for the lean minimized look, the only real option for seats out there has traditionally been Looney Seats.  These are very well made seats, and the owner (Ray) has done a good job of continuing the evolution of his product.

But once in a while, even the Looney seat is just too big to get the look we are trying to achieve.  The Road Star frame just wont easily accomodate a smaller seat, so options were limited to custom manufactured seats.  These tend to be relatively expensive, and not always real easy to install or integrate with the rest of the bike.

Recently a new start has been making inroads in this arena, and is now offering an even smaller seat than Looney's,  manufactured specifically for Road Star's.  We don't know much about these folks yet, but what we see looks promising.  The name of the company is Dragger Seats, and the owner (Alex) has requested that we add him to our 'cool links' section.  The pics from his website look very good and we are interested in knowing more.

If you are considering this type of look for your bike (minimized) and want to take a look at them, you can find Dragger Seats at: http://DraggerSeats.com

If you elect to take a look, and end up buying one, we would be very interested in your experience with Dragger Seats the company, as well as degree of difficulty to install.

Reports should be posted on our forum, or sent to us via any of the 'contact us' options on this website.

 
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