SEAT

Selle

All our Seat Covers are made with a very elaborate graphic design, this in favor of a captivating aesthetic and of great visual impact; our lines, now appreciated all over the world, are the maximum expression of made in Italy saddlery.

Among the coverings of the saddles we produce the Standard, Ultra Grip (suitable for super sports bikes) and Comfort System (reduces fatigue and vibrations transmitted by the bike).

Master craftsmen sew our covers with great passion, to give the customer a product that is recognizable and of great quality. 

SEAT

Selle

All our Seat Covers are made with a very elaborate graphic design, this in favor of a captivating aesthetic and of great visual impact; our lines, now appreciated all over the world, are the maximum expression of made in Italy saddlery.

Among the coverings of the saddles we produce the Standard, Ultra Grip (suitable for super sports bikes) and Comfort System (reduces fatigue and vibrations transmitted by the bike).

Master craftsmen sew our covers with great passion, to give the customer a product that is recognizable and of great quality. 

  • APRILIA
    <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin-bottom: .0001pt; line-height: 150%; tab-stops: 45.8pt 91.6pt 137.4pt 183.2pt 229.0pt 274.8pt 320.6pt 366.4pt 412.2pt 458.0pt 503.8pt 549.6pt 595.4pt 641.2pt 687.0pt 732.8pt; background: #F8F9FA;"><b><span lang="EN" style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 150%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-ansi-language: EN; mso-fareast-language: IT;">Aprilia</span></b><span lang="EN" style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 150%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-ansi-language: EN; mso-fareast-language: IT;"> is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer founded immediately after the Second World War in Noale, Italy, by Alberto Beggio. The company was born as a manufacturer of bicycles and then moved on to the production of scooters and small-displacement motorcycles. In more recent times, Aprilia has produced large sports bikes such as the 1,000 cc V-twin RSV Mille and the V4 RSV4. Aprilia has supported a strong motor racing program, starting with motocross racing and then with a world championship-winning road racing program. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Here you will find all our proposals for Aprilia if you do not find your bike write us an email request to info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span>.<b><o:p></o:p></b></span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin-bottom: .0001pt; line-height: 150%; tab-stops: 45.8pt 91.6pt 137.4pt 183.2pt 229.0pt 274.8pt 320.6pt 366.4pt 412.2pt 458.0pt 503.8pt 549.6pt 595.4pt 641.2pt 687.0pt 732.8pt; background: #F8F9FA;"></p> <p></p>
  • BENELLI
    <p style="line-height: 150%; background: #F8F9FA;"><span class="y2iqfc"><span lang="EN" style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 150%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; color: #202124; mso-ansi-language: EN;"><b style="background-color: #fafbfc; color: #000000; font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px;"><span lang="EN" style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri; mso-fareast-theme-font: minor-latin; color: #202124; mso-ansi-language: EN; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;">Benelli Q.J.</span></b> is an Italian company based in the city of Pesaro that produces motorcycles and scooters. Since 2005 it has been owned by the Qianjiang Motor group, a Chinese company which is in turn controlled by the Geely Holding Group. Founded in 1911 in Pesaro, it is the second oldest Italian motorcycle company still in business. In the Benelli QJ headquarters in Pesaro in Italy, the design, development and marketing activities are carried out in synergy with the parent company in Wenling in China where the motorcycles are produced. With the Moto TRK 502, the best-selling bike of 2020 in Italy, Benelli carves out an important slice of the Italian market. Here you will find all our proposals for Benelli, if you do not find your bike write us an email request to info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></span><span style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 150%; font-family: 'Arial',sans-serif; color: #202124;"><o:p></o:p></span></p>
  • BMW
    <p>BMW significa Beyerishe Motoren Werke, letteralmente “fabbrica bavarese di motori”. Motori che però, originally, sono di aerei.</p> <p>Il primo motore BMW risale al 1920 ed era montato su una due ruote del marchio Victoria. My sarà nel 1922 when the prima moto interamente BMW arrived: il motore rimane lo stesso, ma ovviamente tutto il resto è interamente ripensato. Così, nel 1923, si avvia la vera e propria produzione. E questa è the prima pietra miliare della storia delle moto BMW.</p> <p>Il 1 ° gennaio 1976 la parte motociclistica viene scorporata dall’azienda madre e nasce la BMW Motorrad Gmbh. Un cambiamento che dà indipendenza operativa e finanziaria</p> <p>Negli anni 80 initiated the partecipazione a competizioni fuoristradistiche, i cui modelli realizzati appositamente verranno lanciati sul mercato 1'anno dopo. The BMW si lancia così nel settore dell‘enduro e seppur initially con le dovute remore - ottiene a successo.</p> <p>Gli ultimi 30 anni della storia delle moto BMW sono segnati dalla determinazione di fronteggiare il successo delle case giapponesi continuing ad innovare senza snaturare la propria identità. Un progetto iniziato nei primi anni ’90 e che ha dato i propri frutti nel tempo. Oggi le BMW sono moto belle, sicure e che regalano grandi soddisfazioni in città come fuoristrada.</p>
  • BUELL
  • CAGIVA
  • DUCATI
    <p>The most fascinating motorcycles in the world are the result of commitment to competitions and are the purest expression of refined technique, unmistakable design and passion for motorcycles.</p> <p>Ducati is a witness of Made in Italy, the Italian style is manifested in the lines of each bike. Slender and seductive shapes, for a timeless style that becomes a reference point for many motorcyclists. Ducati Motorcycles represent the dream of the most passionate motorcyclists of the Made in Italy brand and style in many countries around the world.</p> <p>The desmodromic valve system, the tubular steel trellis frame, the L-twin engine, and the unmistakable “sound” of the engine are the distinctive signs that affirm the uniqueness of a Ducati.</p> <p>on this page you can find all our proposals for Ducati, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</p>
  • HONDA
    <p>On September 24, 1948, Honda had the brilliant intuition that changed the fate of its industry: it noticed in Japan the need for a new engine and therefore, taking into account the poor economic conditions of the population and the shortage of petrol after the Second World War, it had the idea of ​​mounting a simple small-displacement engine on a bicycle frame. In this way he had created a simple and inexpensive means of transport, which was ideal at the time.</p> <p>The company soon began to vary production, gradually introducing numerous other models of mopeds and motorcycles, also conquering other markets since the sixties.</p> <p>In 1963, Honda launched an advertising campaign in the American media. It was an initiative of extraordinary commercial and marketing success, which permanently influenced the way in which the Americans conceived motorcycles and the Honda brand, partly played on the technical characteristics of a Japanese light motorcycle, partly on the desire to break away from a certain way. stereotyped of identifying the biker with a youngster with an almost delinquent manner.</p> <p>Due to the slowness of other motorcycle companies in keeping up with the times and technological innovations, the Japanese company had an easy life in ousting the hitherto most popular British and Italian manufacturers in the hearts of motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world, thus becoming, already in the seventies the largest manufacturer of two-wheeled vehicles in the world. From that moment on, he never lost this primacy that he still maintains today</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">on this page you can find all our proposals for Honda, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></p>
  • KAWASAKI
    <p>The motorcycle section is just one of the many activities of the Japanese Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd which has two divided offices: in Kobe and Tokyo.</p> <p>The name derives from that of the founder Shozo Kawasaki, while he has no direct ties to that of the Japanese city of Kawasaki.</p> <p>Currently, in addition to motorcycles and four-wheeled off-road vehicles, the industry is engaged in the production of tractors, trains, merchant ships, industrial robots and aeronautical equipment. It arrived on the Italian market following the success of the Honda brand and has been appreciated since the seventies with the famous 500 Mach III with three-cylinder and two-stroke engine, known for its performance.</p> <p>While engaged in all segments, with the sole exception of the scooter segment, Kawasaki has built an excellent reputation, especially with the GPZ and Ninjia series sports cars.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">on this page you can find all our proposals for Kawasaki, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></p>
  • KTM
    <p>KTM, Kronreif und Trunkenpolz Mattighofen, was founded in 1934 by engineer Hans Trunkenpolz in Mattighofen.</p> <p>At the beginning the business was limited to the repair of cars and motorcycles, but the passion led the Austrian technician to produce first a bicycle and then, in 1951, the first light motorcycle, baptized R 100.</p> <p>In 1953 the KTM brand was officially used for the first time and three years later came the first important sporting achievement, the victory at the Six Days. After the road models and scooters came the first off-road motorcycles, and in 1964 the first official team came to life. With the project of its own engine, in 1970 KTM became a complete manufacturer and a reference in the offroad sector, to the point that in 1987 the production of mopeds and scooters stopped. Bankrupt in 1991.</p> <p>The company was reborn a year later, divided into three companies, specializing respectively in motorcycles, bicycles and radiators. Back in business with commercial and sporting successes.</p>
  • MOTO GUZZI
  • MOTO MORINI
  • MV AGUSTA
    <p>Meccanica Verghera Agusta was born from an offshoot of Costruzioni Aeronautiche Giovanni Agusta SA, founded in 1919 by Count Giovanni Agusta, who started producing road and racing motorcycles in 1945. It is above all in racing that it has gained popularity, thanks to a total of 75 world championship titles, between manufacturers and drivers, won between 1952 and 1974. The first engine is a small 98 cc two-stroke engine, designed in 1943, but born only after the end of the war.</p> <p>MV Agusta was officially born on February 12, 1945 and in the 1960s the first mass-produced maximoto with a four-cylinder engine arrived. Production stopped abruptly at the end of the seventies, due to heavy competition from Japanese manufacturers, but MV was reborn in 1992, when the brand was taken over by Cagiva with the intention of bringing it back to a high level.</p> <p>However, financial difficulties did not allow Cagiva to bring a new motorcycle to series production, until 2004, thanks to the investment of the Malaysian Proton. The subsequent further difficulties slowed the production of the expected sports bikes again, until 2008, when the brand was taken over by the American Harley-Davidson. An adventure that lasted only a year, because in 2009 the MV is</p> <p>round of Cagiva.</p>
  • SUZUKI
    <p>Founded in 1090, Suzuki is one of the four great Japanese companies.</p> <p>Based in Hamamatsu, it specializes in the production of motorcycles, cars and marine engines, and the experience in the motorcycle field began in 1954, as a manufacturer of auxiliary engines for bicycles.</p> <p>For more than 20 years Suzuki has been focusing on two-stroke technology, right up to the presentation of the GS series. The most important families are those of the GSX-R sports cars, proposed with displacements from 600 to 1,000 cc, and the DR enduro, very popular in the 1980s. The distribution of motorcycles in Italy began in 1969 with the birth of the first branch in Piedmont.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">on this page you can find all our proposals for Suzuki, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></p>
  • TRIUMPH
    <p>The Triumph brand was first used on bicycles marketed starting in 1833 by Siegfried Bettman in Coventry.</p> <p>A few years later another German joined the company, Maritz Schultze, and at the end of the nineteenth century, with the birth of the first engines, the company carried out the first experiments to motorize bicycles. In 1920 the</p> <p>In the 1950s, the Triumph was sold to rivals from the B.S.Ae at that time much of the production was exported to the United States.</p> <p>The Triumphs become a myth, thanks also to appearances in cult films with Marlon Brando and Steve McQueen. The most famous models are the Thunderbid and the Trophy, up to the creation of the Wonderbird, with which numerous speed records are broken on the Bonneville salt lake.</p> <p>From this adventure a successful new Triumph family was born. When the crisis led the British government to merge the motorcycle industries into a single company in 1972, Triumph was initially transformed into a cooperative, but in 1983 production was definitively stopped. The brand was then bought by billionaire John Bloor, who created the current Triumph in 1988.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">on this page you can find all our proposals for the Triumph, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></p>
  • YAMAHA
    <p>Nippon Gakki was founded in 1987 as a company specialized in the construction of organs and pianos founded by Torakusu Yamaha, from which various sectors were spun off in 1955.</p> <p>Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd, based in Iwata, is therefore committed to the construction of two-wheeled motors, relying on the experience gained with the knowledge in the processing of metal alloys for musical instruments.</p> <p>Yamaha is currently the second largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, after compatriot Honda.</p> <p>Yamaha's first motorcycle was the 1 YA-1, a 125cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine. Introduced in February 1955, the bike won its first race, the Mount Fuji Ascent Race, in July of the same year. Yamaha was committed to the two-stroke field until it launched the XS-1 in 1969, a 650cc twin-cylinder four-stroke. Ten years later, in 1979, he won the first Paris-Dakar rally with the practically standard XT 500 enduro.</p> <p>Today Yamaha produces a complete range of vehicles, from scooters with displacements from 50 to 500 cc, and an articulated range of motorcycles from 50 to 1,900 cc, in the cruiser, sport touring, sport, dual-sport, and offroad segments. The Yamaha logo is made up of three superimposed tuning forks, to commemorate the main activity in the field of music.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">on this page you can find all our proposals for Yamaha, if you do not find the version of your bike you can contact us at info@tappezzeriaitalia.it</span></p>