Did you buy the medium cruiser size for the LT as others have mentioned here?Never had a BeadRider, so I don't know how that goes. However I find that a sheepskin over AirHawk works great! https://alaskaleather.com/collections/sheepskin-buttpads
Cool in the summer heat and warm when cold. Only problem is have to remove them when parked, since they tend to walk away when out of site...
I did exactly that on a trip from Texas to South Dakota. I started off with the beadrider over the air hawk from Fort Worth to Santa Fe. It worked pretty well for air flow and fairly comfortable. When I left No to head to Walden, CO I removed the beadrider due to the cooler temps but left the air hawk. I never put the beadrider back on.Anyone try a BeadRider over an Airhawk?
I have gotten by for 10 years with my stock LT seat and a Beadrider, however, on my last long trip I noticed that after 300 miles or so, I wasn't as comfortable as I used to be, particularly on two days when temps were 98-102.
I really don't want to invest in a custom seat on an 11 year old bike, but am thinking an Airhawk under my bead rider might help offset the aged foam in my seat and give me another year or two at which time I plan to get a new ride.