Lloyd Brothers Motorsports, Friends Of Saddlemen, Geared-Up For 2010 Racing Season

Saddlemen-Sponsored Racers Ride For Veteran Flat Track Team

Lloyd Brothers Motorsports

With this year’s flat track racing season started, the folks at Lloyd Brothers Motorsports wanted to let race fans across the country know that they are ready for a great year.

Saddlemen is proud to also be sponsors of Lloyd Brothers team racers Joe Kopp and Larry Pegram, as well as previously sponsoring former racer, and current Lloyd Brothers crew member Kevin Atherton.

Saddlemen has sponsored racers and racing events for decades, and we are pleased and proud to keep the tradition going. Keep an eye out for racing related updates throughout the year. We enjoy letting the public know how the racers we support are doing over the season.

At Saddlemen we are proud to show what our expertise, craftsmanship and technology can do to make riding better, whether on the highway or the dirt track.


“One Very Satisfied And Happy Customer”

With the recent introduction of our new range of sport bike seats we have started to offer custom conversions of stock seats to the standards of our three sport bike seat types: “Sport” style, “Tech” style and “Track” style.

One our first customers to get a saddle upgraded and converted with our sport bike seat technology was Robert S., in Minnesota. We reworked his Honda RC51’s stock seat, turning it into the equivalent of one of our Track models. Click on the images below to see them full size

Saddlemen Sport Bike Seat for Honda Saddlemen Sport Bike Seat for Honda Saddlemen Sport Bike Seat for Honda

Soon after we shipped the seat back to Robert, we received an e-mail from him, along with the photos seen above.

“I put 91 miles on the new seat and absolutely totally love it!!! It looks awesome and is a perfect compliment to my RC51. And it is way more comfortable than the factory seat. Great workmanship!”

“I was out again yesterday and really really like the new seat. I have had compliments from three people who saw it and asked where I got it, so you maybe getting more business.”

“Thanks again for helping me pick the seat I wanted and for making it happen.”

The response has been exciting to the introduction of our sport bike seat lines – and to the addition of these new styles and technology to our range of custom seat options. We’re always pleased to provide the perfect solution for the needs of the individual rider. Our thanks to Robert for the photos and feedback. We hope he gets years of riding comfort from his revamped saddle.

To inquire about getting an existing seat re-worked with Saddlemen’s sport bike materials and craftsmanship, please contact us by e-mail or telephone at the address or phone number listed below...

Whether with a new seat, a custom retrofit, or our wide range of motorcycle luggage, we at Saddlemen are proud to show what our expertise, craftsmanship and technology can do to make riding more enjoyable.

Saddlemen Sport Bike Custom Seat Page


Article Focuses On Our Proven Seat Construction Techniques

Our friends at bikernet.com recently added an informative article about Saddlemen gel and foam technology and its benefits for comfort, support and riding endurance.

Bikernet Gel and Foam Article

We are always proud and pleased to let the motorcycling public get a look at the materials and know-how that make our seats top-of-the-line.

Real world riding experience, and years of craftsmanship have combined to make Saddlemen a leader in seat manufacturing and custom projects.

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Our thanks go out again to Bandit, and the folks at bikernet.com for publishing such an in-depth article about our gel and foam technology.

We at Saddlemen are pleased to share with you what our expertise, craftsmanship and technology can do to make riding more enjoyable.


Low Profile Seats Offer Great Looks With Proven Saddlemen Quality And Support

With spring approaching, or already here across the country, motorcycles everywhere are getting back into use, whether for riding around with friends, commuting to work, or just getting out in the open air after a long winter. One of Saddlemen’s most popular seat styles combines sleek looks with our famous riding comfort and technology for an excellent around-town saddle. Our Profiler seats (and their related Tattoo Profilers and “Endangered” Profilers) are among our most popular saddles.

Saddlemen Low Profile Seats

Our website’s search features can guide you to see what is available for any particular motorcycle.

The Profiler™ provides superior comfort in the ultimate low-profile, slammed seat for two, featuring narrow styling, a thin profile and low riding height. Their specially designed base allows the seat to drop down into the bike for the lowest riding position possible.

Its surprisingly comfortable pilot perch is made with Saddlemen’s famous combination of progressive density foam and SaddleGel™ in the driver’s position, easing tailbone pressure and improving circulation for a smooth, comfortable ride.

Most applications for our Profiler seats come in both SaddleHyde™ leather-look marine-grade vinyl covering, or with natural leather seating panels.

Tattoo Profilers seats offer the same excellent construction, while adding the look of custom embroidered flames, available in five colors. The “Endangered” Profiler features a special alligator-look treatment, specially developed here at Saddlemen.

We at Saddlemen invite you to see what our expertise, craftsmanship and technology can do to make riding more enjoyable.


Black Hawk Customs AAFES Tour 2010

Our friends at Black Hawk Customs will soon be starting their “Southern USA AAFES Exchange Tour,” paying visits to Army and Air Force bases coast-to-coast this spring. At Saddlemen we are proud to team with Black Hawk Customs to offer our seats and luggage to our military personnel at the convenience of on-base locations.

The following information about the tour is straight from the folks at Black Hawk Customs.

Black Hawk Customs will be visiting 38 AAFES Exchanges between March 29th and June 3rd, 2010. Our truck and trailer will be positioned in front of each Exchange (or in the parking lot depending upon available space) at each location. We’ll have multiple displays and a completely accessorized (Saddlemen, Memphis Shades, Cobra, Pro Armor, Küryakyn, Jardine, and more) motorcycle on display from 10:30 a.m. till 2:30 p.m. on the specified date listed below.

Come on out, pick up some free literature and enter to win raffle prizes at each location. See some of the latest products available through Black Hawk Customs on the Exchange Online Mall and some of the PPE available inside the Exchange stores. The major brands that we’ll have on display are: Saddlemen, Bassani Xhaust, Roland Sands Designs, K&N, Memphis Shades, DP Brakes and Clutches, LeoVince, Air Force Blaster, and Icon.

And if you’re at Nellis AFB on May 29th, you really should come out because we’ll have Eric Ellis the Editor of Hot Bike Magazine, Saddlemen, Bassani Xhaust, and other’s joining us. Every motorcycle at Nellis AFB that comes out to see us will have their bike photographed and some of the bikes are guaranteed by Eric Ellis to be in the following issue of Hot Bike Magazine. So come out, meet and greet, and let’s go for a ride.

Here is their tour schedule:

Barksdale AFB, Louisiana – Mon., March 29, 2010

Fort Polk, Louisiana – Tue., March 30, 2010

Keelser AFB, Mississippi – Wed., March 31, 2010

Hurlburt Field, Florida – Thu., April 01, 2010

Eglin AFB, Florida – Fri., April 02, 2010

Tyndall AFB, Florida – Sat., April 03, 2010

Fort Rucker, Alabama – Mon.,April 05, 2010

Maxwell AFB, Alabama – Tue., April 06, 2010

Robins AFB, Georgia – Wed., April 07, 2010

Fort Gordon, Georgia – Thu., April 08, 2010

Fort Jackson, South Carolina – Fri., April 09, 2010

Fort Knox, Kentucky – Fri., April 16, 2010

Fort Campbell, Kentucky – Sat., April 17, 2010

Scott AFB, Illinois – Tue., April 20, 2010

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri – Wed., April 21, 2010

Whiteman AFB, Missouri – Thu., April 22, 2010

Fort Leavenworth, Kansas – Fri., April 23, 2010

Fort Riley, Kansas – Sat., April 24, 2010

Tinker AFB, Oklahoma – Mon., April 26, 2010

Fort Sill, Oklahoma – Tue., April 27, 2010

Sheppard AFB, Texas – Thu., April 29, 2010

Fort Hood, Texas – Fri., April 30, 2010

Randolph AFB, Texas – Thu., May 13, 2010

Lackland AFB, Texas – Fri., May 14, 2010

Fort Sam Houston, Texas – Sat., May 15, 2010

Goodfellow AFB, Texas – Mon., May 17, 2010

Dyess AFB, Texas – Tue.,May 18, 2010

Cannon AFB, New Mexico – Wed., May 19, 2010

Kirtland AFB, New Mexico – Thu., May 20, 2010

Holloman AFB, New Mexico – Fri., May 21, 2010

Fort Bliss, Texas – Sat., May 22, 2010

Fort Huachuca, Arizona – Mon., May 24, 2010

Davis Monthan AFB, Arizona – Tue., May 25, 2010

Luke AFB, Arizona – Wed., May 26, 2010

Nellis AFB, Nevada – Sat., May 29, 2010

Edwards AFB, California – Tue., June 01, 2010

March AFB, California – Wed., June 02, 2010

Vandenberg AFB, California – Thu., June 03, 2010