Stylish and Comfortable Royal Enfield Touring Seat Interceptor 650 & Continental Gt 650
The Royal Enfield Touring Seat Interceptor 650 & Continental Gt 650 double seat is available in rich black colour, improving your bike visuals and comfort. The softness of the touring seat is extremely comfy for long rides.
Super Quality Materials –
Using the high-density material, the Royal Enfield double seat makes you feel more comfortable and protects your hips better on unreliable Indian roads. The seat material is wear-resistant, scratch-resistance and effectively expands, bearing vibration, giving you a great sense of comfort.
Superior Touring Seats for Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650
The Royal Enfield double seat is an exceptional seat made up of high-quality material are specially designed for Continental 650 and Interceptor 650. It’s an excellent bike accessory for a stylish, comfy and sporty touch.
Royal Enfield continental gt 650 touring seat is 100% Comfortable
This royal Enfield continental gt 650 touring seats are ergonomically designed under expert guidance and provision for providing excellent comfort and posture support for drivers. The soft leather material delivers non-slippery support while also acting as a perfect cushion for relaxing long journeys.
Royal Enfield interceptor 650 touring seats are Made up of Durable Material
These touring seats are made up of premium material to offer robust and sturdy support on the road. It’s designed to last longer and offer maximum comfort for years.
Royal Enfield Continental gt 650 two-seater is Lightweight
The seat is extremely light and airy for installation. It doesn’t add much weight to your bike. The stunning seat design defies gravity and improves your posture while relieving pressure joints on your hip, tailbone and butt.
Easy Mounting Royal Enfield Double Seat
The unique design of Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 touring seats makes it easy to install. It takes less than 15 to 20 minutes to attach to the bike, without any assistance from a mechanic. All you have to do is to push the seat on the bike and gently press it.