Best Warrior seat ideas

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Not a Warrior but similar enough for this purpose.



Came from here. The seat pad had changed since I last bought one and I don't think the new one is as nice.
 
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Also this. Much cheaper being a sheet of curved stainless covered in a camping mat. I used it because I had it but wouldn't recommend it due to it's weight. Very simple to mount though being just a few welds.



 
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A gaming seat. Never used one but so long as it can resist the effort of pushing the pedals then why not. I did consider butchering one of these for a project at one point. Changes to the project scrapped the idea in favour of a fibreglass unit.
 
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I used a wooden seat that was shaped.



But my next seat will be this.

More support on the sides, do I don't slide off in corners. I have also the soft part for it, but I will get it from the same material that I have on my wooden seat.
This seat is also a lot lighter.

The wooden seat sits good, but it is narrow, so for touring, the other seat is better.
 
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I used a wooden seat that was shaped.



But my next seat will be this.

More support on the sides, do I don't slide off in corners. I have also the soft part for it, but I will get it from the same material that I have on my wooden seat.
This seat is also a lot lighter.

The wooden seat sits good, but it is narrow, so for touring, the other seat is better.
can you sent me a picture of your handle bars/controls, that's what I was thinking of for mine the bars under the seat are a little uncomfortable to be.
 
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can you sent me a picture of your handle bars/controls, that's what I was thinking of for mine the bars under the seat are a little uncomfortable to be.
I have already several on this forum.
https://atomiczombie.com/forum/media/albums/users/emiel.3741/

I don't know if that link works, but here are a few images.



This last one, was after my last crash. But all is fixed and better than before.

My new build gers underseat steering, but the arms will come up, so my hands will be up high again and not under the seat.
 
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I got them from a dutch recumbent bike shop, but they sell them also online ad several web shops.
I have now a different one for quads and buggies. so a bit bigger, but it works good.

https://www.bikeberry.com/sunlite-alloy-dual-brake-lever.html

but i have for my new build this.
https://www.amazon.com/Wingsmoto-Cable-GO-kart-Gasoline-Bicycle/dp/B07H19NPZ1/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=double+brake+lever&qid=1605285827&sr=8-1
and than as a set. so a single one also.
But i have this one also.
https://www.amazon.com/sthus-Brake-Handle-Pocket-Motorised/dp/B07KLWK878/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=double+brake+lever&qid=1605285827&sr=8-2

I looked ad this, but the other ones where easier to gert for me. Also vvery expensive!
https://www.amazon.com/sthus-Brake-Handle-Pocket-Motorised/dp/B07KLWK878/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=double+brake+lever&qid=1605285827&sr=8-2
 
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Thank You so much, I never knew these existed.
Another question, is there a need for handle's on both sides or is one enough.
Some use a single left and right for the front and no rear brakes, so you can use one if you want. But I prefer also one in the rear.
I have a separate rear brake to lock the rear. Easier to walk with the trike as the rear is locked. For getting on and off, front locked is enough.
 
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