Get Free Stuff!

As much as we'd like to, we can't buy every new bike that hits the street. Problem is we need the bike in our R&D department to make parts for it. See where we're headed with this?

Yeah, just like all yer pals, we want to borrow your bike! Difference here is that we're willing to make it worth your while... quid pro quo. If you let our R&D boys borrow your bike, we'll give you the first production piece for free. Simple.

Here's our current Most Wanted list:

BMW2015 R1200 R Roadster
2016 R1200 RT
2014+ F700 GS
2015+ F800 GS Adventure
R NineT Scrambler
2015+ S1000 RR
2016 R1200 RT
HARLEY2014+ Dyna-Glide Fat Bob
2016 Softail Slim
2007+ Sportster w/ 3.3 gallon tank
2010+ Sportster 48 or 72
2016 Africa Twin
KAWASAKI2011-2016 ZX-10R
2016 ZX-6R
2015+ Versys 650
KTM2013 690 Duke
MotusMST or MSTR
SUZUKI2016 GSX-S1000 / S750
2011+ GSXR 600
2013+ Burgman 400
Triumph2013+ Daytona 675
2015 Trophy
2016 Thruxton / Thruxton R
Victory2015+ Cross Country
2015+ Vision
YAMAHA2013 + YZF 600 R6
2016 XSR 900

Here's how it works:
Corbin will need the entire bike, not just the stock seat! Likewise we will need it to come to our factory in Hollister, CA which is about an hour south of San Jose. We do not recommend shipping motorcycles here!

Ideal bike will be stock or VERY close to stock. Missing components, chopped frames, shaved/stretched tanks, etc... change the overall geometry of the motorcycle and we can't use them for production tooling. Sorry.

We're located in Hollister, California so the closer you are, the better for everyone as we won't pay to ship your motorcycle. Naturally, the length of time we'll need the bike depends on the product(s) being tooled. A set of Fleetliner bags takes more time than a Gunfighter seat of course. Typically to tool up a seat, we'll need roughly 3-4 weeks. While it is here, it will be secured in our shop at all times. We won't ride your bike, but our designers will be sitting on it... a lot. It probably goes without saying that we fully expect to return your bike to you in the same condition it was in when it was dropped off... with the exception of now you will have some free Corbin gear.

If you're interested, please e-mail us here: Corbin Skunkworks.

Corbin Motorcycle Saddles & Accessories Have Been
Made with Pride in the USA since 1968