So I asked for accessory seats. The first to arrive was Corbin’s Dual Touring Saddle (corbin.com) with blue piping to (almost) match the bike’s paint, rider and passenger backrests, and an optional heated element. As expected, the Corbin is eye-catching, with real leather, contrasting stitching, and a feathered Corbin logo on the right side. Fringe is standard, and colored piping and/or studs are available at no extra cost. The heating option adds $190 to the $633 price. The adjustable oval backrests add $259 each, with or without studs or matching leather colors. Adding a painted back plate adds $30 per backrest, with chrome costing $70.