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Custom Motorcycle Seat Covers & Upholstery

Welcome To Australian Cumfy Motorcycle Seats

Seats of many makes and models are listed on this site with Pictures and descriptions of work done.

Example work   Gallery
Ring to discuss options for your Motor Cycle or Motor Scooter if you have. Soreness after short rides.
In need of foam rubber repairs. Seat Recovering. Changing seat angle. Height and width adjustments. Custom motorbike seat covers. Cumfy foam fitted

Seat lowering for short riders. Extra height for tall riders. Seats made wider, Softer or Firmer if needed, Comfortable Foam fitted or replacement. Thigh and coccyx pressure adjustments for most makes and models.

Gel pad fitted or removed if not comfortable.
Motorcycle seat and Motor scooter seat repairs can take as little as 2 days in some cases.
Handy hint.
How to send a seat to ACM Seats

  • Custom Motorcycle Seats.
  • Motor Scooter and Motorbike seat repairs.
  • Seat covers for most Motorcycles and Motorscooters.
  • Extra comfort for long rides.
  • Height and comfort Adjustments.
  • Coccyx and Thigh pressure Adjustments.
  • Same day Seat Cover fitting Service.
  • Australia Wide delivery COD
  • Vinyl Welding

After market seat covers

Aftermarket seat covers supplied by the customer is a good option if needed quickly. Seat covers can be fitted by appointment by our seat cover service department for very reasonable prices. Same day service if required and when possible. Motor Cycles are very popular now and the seats can be colour co-ordinated from our range of vinyl samples if required. Many Motorcycle seat Pictures from Most makes and models are displayed here in our Gallery and Example Work. Examples are only a few of what we can do and have done.

Sending a picture of your seat is often required because of the many different model of motorcycle and motor scooters. Your seat pictures help to identify if the seat is original or has been done before. There is an enormous range of seat shapes and sizes on many different makes and models to remember every seat.

Seat repairs

Seat Repairs may be a good option to recovering a seat if there is minor damage. Small cracks, tears, holes, can be repaired by Vinyl Welding or panel replacement

What Makes Us Unique

Australian Cumfy Motorcycle Seats also known as ACM Seats is Melbourne's Motor bike and Motor scooter Seat comfort and Reconditioning Service. With our years of experience customising seats and recovering motorcycle and motor scooter seats. We are able to cater for customer seats Australia wide and is a popular option for many. Seats can be sent back COD if required and may not be as expensive as you think. Comfortable wider and reshaped seats. Seat lowering for more stability on most makes and models. Custom motorcycle Comfy seat foam fitted for tired motorcycle and scooter seats.

With over 40 years experience in the upholstery game, we’d like to offer you our expertise in motorcycle seat customising recovering and repair service.

Testimonials

custom motorcycle seat

Honda XR 650

Blokes also Don't forget your seat!!! It is hard as if punting it down the highway trying to get somewhere to ride. Got mine done at Australian Cumfy Motorcycle Seats. Peter Nik did a awesome job from a couple of photos and a description. Keep the XRR sides too so it still looks 2000 spec.

Honda XR 650

2016-03-25T12:11:57+00:00

Honda XR 650

custom motorcycle seat
Blokes also Don't forget your seat!!! It is hard as if punting it down the highway trying to get somewhere to ride. Got mine done at Australian Cumfy Motorcycle Seats. Peter Nik did a awesome job from a couple of photos and a description. Keep the XRR sides too so it still looks 2000 spec.

BMW R80RT

Peter,

Collected the seat Friday - am very happy! Looks Great! Thanks!
(Sorry about the delay, I was travelling.)

Cheers
Geoff

2016-03-25T12:23:58+00:00

Cheers
Geoff

Peter, Collected the seat Friday - am very happy! Looks Great! Thanks! (Sorry about the delay, I was travelling.)

BMW G 650 X Moto

Peter,

Just a quick note regarding the seat on my BMW G 650 X Moto that you have just remodelled.

Who said that you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. I was very pleased with the outcome that you were able to achieve. The revamped seat looks better than the original, yet it is impossible to mark it as an aftermarket seat. It just looks so natural. I took the bike out for a longer run on the weekend & the comfort level on my posterior has been substantially enhanced. The stock seat was a “dog” & you have been able to provide me with something that makes the longer journeys far more enjoyable.

Once again many thanks for your fine efforts. I’m more than happy to recommend your work to all my bike riding mates.

Don Miller

2016-03-25T12:13:07+00:00

Don Miller

Peter, Just a quick note regarding the seat on my BMW G 650 X Moto that you have just remodelled. Who said that you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. I was very pleased with the outcome that you were able to achieve. The revamped seat looks better than the original, yet it is impossible to mark it as an aftermarket seat. It just looks so natural. I took the bike out for a longer run on the weekend & the comfort level on my posterior has been substantially enhanced. The stock seat was a “dog” & you have been able to provide me with something that makes the longer journeys far more enjoyable. Once again many thanks for your fine efforts. I’m more than happy to recommend your work to all my bike riding mates.

Suzuki DR 650

I promised you I would give a full road test review to you after I’d put a few hundred k’s on the new seat. Well I had that chance on the weekend. Here’s what I found:

The overall experience was a positive one! Upon getting it back from you in the post it immediately appeared wider and a little softer but not as soft as I had envisioned it would be. Having remembered you said if it was too soft it may sag I felt OK about it. It certainly looks the part with good attention to detail and workmanship. The vinyl used seems a good choice as it is not to slippery or grippy – a very good compromise with a quality feel.

I’ve ridden on it twice now with the last one being a 200K ride from Sydney to Wollembi. The standard seat was giving me a ‘tailbone’ ache after just 30 minutes or so. The standard seat was very hard and narrow. The new softness of your new seat was apparent upon first sitting on it but even more so after a while in the saddle. However, I feel the biggest improvement has been the extra width over the original design. It very effectively spreads the load across now and I do not have anymore ‘tailbone’ ache at all. I can’t believe I nearly spent $1,200 (in total with shipping!) to get a Corbin seat from the US when the solution was here in my own back yard for a fraction of that price!

What you have done with a sculpted few pieces of different density foam on top of the original seat base is amazing Peter. I certainly won’t have any problem recommending you to my friends and other riders and would be happy for you to show this email as a recommendation to any future clients of yours. God knows why Suzuki couldn’t replicate this as standard equipment and save us all the trouble?!

Many thanks again Peter, for transforming my riding experience and enjoyment of my DR650.


Best regards,

Brian  (West Pennant Hills, NSW)

2016-03-25T12:24:46+00:00

Best regards,

Brian  (West Pennant Hills, NSW)

I promised you I would give a full road test review to you after I’d put a few hundred k’s on the new seat. Well I had that chance on the weekend. Here’s what I found: The overall experience was a positive one! Upon getting it back from you in the post it immediately appeared wider and a little softer but not as soft as I had envisioned it would be. Having remembered you said if it was too soft it may sag I felt OK about it. It certainly looks the part with good attention to detail and workmanship. The vinyl used seems a good choice as it is not to slippery or grippy – a very good compromise with a quality feel. I’ve ridden on it twice now with the last one being a 200K ride from Sydney to Wollembi. The standard seat was giving me a ‘tailbone’ ache after just 30 minutes or so. The standard seat was very hard and narrow. The new softness of your new seat was apparent upon first sitting on it but even more so after a while in the saddle. However, I feel the biggest improvement has been the extra width over the original design. It very effectively spreads the load across now and I do not have anymore ‘tailbone’ ache at all. I can’t believe I nearly spent $1,200 (in total with shipping!) to get a Corbin seat from the US when the solution was here in my own back yard for a fraction of that price! What you have done with a sculpted few pieces of different density foam on top of the original seat base is amazing Peter. I certainly won’t have any problem recommending you to my friends and other riders and would be happy for you...