Links to California Stone and Guzzi Pages
Stone and Jackal Information Pages
- Ned's Auto and Cycle Upholstery in Riverside, IA - (319)-648-3241 - Really nice people and a nice looking seat
- Bill Mayer Saddles in Ojai, CA - check out this informative website
- Rich Maund's Cycle Upholstery - firstname.lastname@example.org - Rich is not
accepting 2002 and 2003 seats for refurbishing, with the exception of
the Jackal-style two-piece seats on some Stones. Here are some
photos of his work on earlier seats, if you're on a Jackal
- Sargent Cycle Products in Florida - be sure to check out their "Road to Comfort" for other factors that may influence your comfort. Also, Robert had his Stone's seat recently refurbished.
- Rick Mayer's Saddles - The other Mayer brother offers excellent options and an honest guarantee
- Corbin Seats - Be sure to read the comments on these seats on the Accessories Page
- Hartco International - makes seat covers (including sheepskin and rain) for motorcycles in addition to making replacement saddles. Mike L. says they are "nice people and have fast service."
- Butt Buffer - tie-on pads or have their special dry polymer (invented for use in the medical field
for wheelchairs, etc.) inserted into your stock seat.
- Airhawk inflatable - the speedy and economical fix-up
- AirVent cushion - another economical route with very friendly customer service
- Gel pads - can be added under the original seat upholstery, but watch out after leaving them sitting in hot sun!
Parts for Stones and other Guzzis
Of course, you can and should visit your local Guzzi dealer for Guzzi accessories and parts (find a list of dealers at the Moto Guzzi website or at Wild Goose Chase for a downloadable list), but here are some other places to find things that will fit.
Find these listed on the Maintenance Page
Individual Stone Webpages
General Guzzi Links
Moto Guzzi Classified Ads
My Favorite Non-Guzzi Sites
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