Choosing the right seat for your motorcycle can be difficult. There are many things riders must take into consideration. First, seats are made for different size people. Some can move the rider back on the bike for people with long legs while others can situate riders with shorter inseams lower so they can get solid footing at a stand-still. Seats are also made for different types of motorcycles. A bobber’s going to have a little solo seat while a bagger is generally going to have a big, cushy two-up arrangement. Then, of course, there’s comfort. A skinny café racer seat isn’t going to cut it on a cross country tourer. J&P Cycles breaks down some of the common styles of motorcycle seats in this how to video.