Saddlemen Adds Style to Hawaiian Suzuki M109R

Saddlemen Adds Style to Hawaiian Suzuki M109R

Steve Kai from Hawaii wanted to build something unique and special, and since Steve’s son Garrett works for American Suzuki, Steve started out with a brand-new Suzuki M109R, the baddest power cruiser out there.  The M109R is a big, fast, mean bike that begs to be ridden hard, and it would have been a shame to take away any of that rideability.  The list of modifications was extensive, but since this bike is a rider and not a trailer queen, Steve wanted a seat that not only reflected his bike’s new style, but was also comfortable to ride on.

Saddlemen Adds Style to Hawaiian Suzuki M109R

The Saddlemen Solo you see here was built on Steve’s custom steel seat pan, which was hammered out to fit between the wider rear fender and the stretched gas tank.  SaddleGel inside the seat, plus Saddlemen’s proprietary Black Magic foam, provide maximum comfort while the deep sculpted Tattoo flames, leather cover and custom contours offer the looks that will surely garner Steve some trophies in the coming months.  If he can stop riding it long enough to show it.

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