Before and After

Before and After pictures speak for themselves

Our customer brought us his original HD solo seat and asked to make a new cover with skull design, as his bike has new painting with lots of skulls. The seat also matches the tank panel made with alligator embossed insert.

2013 CanAmSpyder RS-S

Original CanAm Spyder seat was modified and converted to the solo seat with longer sitting area for the tall rider. Customer is a big fan of The Thing comics character, therefore the entire seat was made using that theme.

Original Harley-Davidson Brawler seat was modified and reupholstered to match the "Bonecrusher" custom set

1997 Road King

Our client required seat recovering for his 1997 Road King.
We made new leather cover and decorated with new chrome studs and conchos.

This helmet was accidentally scratched on top. We covered it with leather in order to fix the scratch.

Our customer had his original seat re-upholstered in black and yellow vinyl by another provider. Customer was not very happy with it and, therefore, he asked us to recover it in leather and make more stylish design. As he is a member of the Punishers MC New York, he also asked to add their logo to both backrests.

Our customer brought us his seat and asked to make some modification to the foam, as it was not very comfortable since he purchased the bike. What we saw after removing the old cover made us laughing. Looks like previously somebody was trying to make it more "comfortable."  We've added new hi-density foam, covered it with neoprene layer, and made new leather cover featuring orange leather insert, exactly matching the bike's color, and silver piping also matching the silver paint on the bike.

Our customer required his old seat to be recovered and decorated with inlays. When we removed the old cover, we discovered that the seat was previously modified and the modification, as well as the condition of the foam, was not very impressive. We've recommended to cover it with the protective water-resistant neoprene foam before we stretch the new cover.

Our customer brought us his custom made seat for the '67 Suzuki Cafe Racer that he put together. He asked us to find very special chocolate brown distressed leather, and to use the Faux Tuck-and-Roll method with top stitching for the cover.