Provides New Technologies That Enable the Standing Rider to Have Greater Control of Their Off-Road Motorcycle.

Three Years of Developing, Testing, Perfecting and Patenting Technology that Help’s Riders Grip’n Rip.

MX Control Tech Saddle

District 36 Vet Rider Drew Dickson, has been racing with our KTM seat made by Corbin. Feb 24th he was racing with the carbon fiber Saddle that fits between the frame and seat and got a 1st place in his class for the OTHG race at Oatfield, Turlock, CA.

MX Control Tech Designed a Seat for bike builder Jim Carducci at Corbin. It’s a rad Sportster Desert Racer that weighs less than 450lbs and has over 100hp. It won a 1st place people’s choice award at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach CA.


MX Control Tech at Corbin in Hollister, CA built a custom seat for Jim Carducci’s Dual Sport. It was presented at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach Nov 19, 2018, and won the 1st place people’s choice award in its class.

Jack Saggau tells his friends that it really helps him hold onto bike especially when going over whoops, coming out of turns and when taking off.

Bryce Stewart said after a few laps said he’d like to race with it. He likes how much easier it is to hold onto the bike under heavy acceleration, how great the bike’s rear tire gripped and kept a straight line under acceleration and also how well the bike tracked under deceleration.

R & D Tech Jesus and Owner Mike Corbin show the first MX Control Teat Seat made by Corbin Motorcycle Seats & Accessories. Mike is the worlds largest manufacturer of custom motorcycle seats. He’s been making motorcycle seats for 50 years and partnered with MX Control Tech because he believes their patented control surface is a novel and much needed design for off-road motorcycle riders.

Nov 2018, Steve Baum wins 1st place in his class at Hollister Hills CA using a MX Control Tech Seat.

Random rider at Milestone MX Park in CA said he liked how easy it was to hold on to his bike when taking off and coming out of turns, and on straights and whoops.

Vet Drew Dickson of District 37. He says he likes the seat, a lot! He said he definitely has a huge level of control with his legs. On steep climbs, he’s able to grab the font seat grips with his knees to keep his weight over the front of the bike. He uses the seat a lot on steep downhills because it lets him take weight off his hands and gives him better control. He also really likes how comfortable it was while sitting. Drew will also be racing for MX Control Tech at Supermotos in 2019.#DrewDickson88

Eiki Suzumura and his team from Japan race for Honda. After a 20 minute practice moto, Eiki said he’d like to race with it.

Jack Saggau tells his friends that it really helps him hold onto bike especially when going over whoops, coming out of turns and when taking off.