April 13, 2018

As many of you know, the chopper seat is one of the fundamental reasons Anvil Customs' story began. We've been blessed with the chance to make some truly righteous bike seats over the years. That being said, this solo spring chopper is absolutely, hands down one of the best pans we've ever put together. The genuine alligator belly has some really great lines. We couldn't be happier with how it turned out. The antique wine color finish gives the seat a beautiful warm reddish hue and I cannot wait to see it on someones bike. That's the stipulation. If you buy this seat, you gotta gotta send us pics! Check it out here, and if you're interested in seeing some of the other seats we've done check out the Pinterest board below.

  • Laser cut 10-gauge Steel pan
  • Deep dish, hi-kick up to sit in
  • 4 threaded studs for mounting
  • 15x11" - Fits all size bikes.


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