I went for roughly a 60 mile ride and stopped at Helmsley.NYorkshire. When i got off I had an ache inbetween my legs. the bit between your scrotum and you know what.It was then i decided, sod this, a near perfect bike, perfect ride,and glorious weather, (nearly) ruined by this ache.After walking around a bit it subsided along with the other muscle aches and i resumed riding. The next day, I dug out an old touratech gel seat pad I'd bought for a previous bike. I rummaged around and found some spare seat cloth I'd bought ages ago.Dug out my trusty staple gun,and went to work. I did NOT remove the OEM cover but put the pad on the seat (NOT like in the picture- mine was put on transverse- with the ridges going across the bike) There are webbing straps on the Touratech and I used self tapping screws to secure it, underneath the seat- drilled into the plastic seat base.(you only need a small hole- small screws). Then I had fun and games fitting the new seat material over both the seat and the touratech cushion. Its fiddly yes, but perservere, and in the end i have a reasonable looking job, not perfect but an inprovement in comfort.Putting the pad on transverse as opposed to longitudenal(as in the photo) created a slight dip at the back of the seat, which sort of cups me backside.