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Tom Loftis, with his New Rick Mayer seat on his new GS
Tom is an eight-time Iron Butt Rally runner [plans to run # 9 next year and # 10 in 2015!] , and a multiple-RMC-seat customer,



Ara G. sends us this image of his R1100GS equipped with a Rick Mayer solo seat in basketweave vinyl, with "Spirit" in the hack.



Rick's new K12S Paint Job


Rick and Daryl in Zion


Gathering Firewood on a Moped


Landers, Wyoming


Going to the Sun




Rick at work, stitching a custom saddle cover

Rick grinding foam to create a custom fit seat


Photos From Rick's Trip to Australia for the 2007 Moto GP Final Race of the Season

On the way to the Moto GP, Melbourne, Australia.

Two great riders, one is a lot better though!

Somewhere in the Australian Outback

And a little further off the beaten path

Just half the road is paved in some outback areas of Australia!


Rick on his K1200S at the Bonneville Salt Flats


 
Hi Rick :)
    Daytona was the usual: Bikes, Beer....you get the picture! Seat was great - did about 650 miles, no problem.
    This past weekend we took a little longer journey - 1200 miles in five days - still smiling.
    I wanted to send a couple photographs for you.
    - Margaret I.

Iron Butt Rally 2005, Day 8.
Somewhere in Vermont (I think!)

A Rick Mayer Saddle enjoying the view in the Austrian Alps

2/4/2006 - My 2003, BMW R1150RT which I drove in the 2005 Iron Butt Rally turns over 100,000 miles today. -Rick


It Just Doesn't Get Any Better Than This
Rick Mayer, Somewhere in the Arizona Desert


How far would you go for a Rick Mayer Saddle?
    This picture was taken in front of the Rick Mayer Cycle saddle shop. I am standing between Gary (on the left) from Nottingham, England and Hachim (on the right) from Bremmerhaven Germany, both on world tours. They decided that a Rick Mayer Saddle would be a well-deserved treat to help them complete their world tour in greater comfort. I am not sure if they enjoyed the saddle building process or the home cooking more!


Another Satisfied Customer


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