Originally Posted by unstable_rider
That is sharp. I know that Weljo had one and liked it.
Can you comment-- was that shape a unique design for you personally?
I thought part of the beauty of his seats was that it tuned out the "hump" behind where you sit?
I am still flying a stock seat, and find the "hump" too close behind me, and the seat too short. That's a good price on the seat-- I thought his were once over $300. to around $340.
Again, that is a cool end result.
While I think Terry does sell some "standardized" seats on eBay, if you order by email or phone, he collects information on your height, weight, inseam, and what you want from the seat, and adjusts the design accordingly.
In my case, I told Terry that I wanted more room in the rider's section of the seat, but didn't want to eliminate the passenger section entirely. (I very, very rarely ride 2-up, and then only for very short rides.)
So for me, Terry moved the passenger section back a bit, and left it with the stock foam, while completely rebuilding the rider's section. This probably is also why my seat was less expensive than you expected. I'm not sure, but I think the + $340 price may be correct for a completely rebuilt seat, new foam on both sections, like the "flat" seats some have had Terry build. I think, though, those flat seats are designed for really tall riders. In my case, extending the rider's portion just an inch or so gave me all the room I needed - my arms aren't long enough to take advantage of much more.
I've been quite impressed with my seat so far, and would certainly recommend Terry to others.