A motorcycle seat (sometimes saddle) is where rider sits, and may also accommodate a passenger. The most common type of motorcycle seat is a dual saddle or bench seat, which runs along the top of the chassis and is long enough for a passenger to straddle the motorcycle behind the rider. Two detached seats, rather than one elongated one, were more common until the mid 20th century. A single, or solo, seat is only large enough for the rider. They are typical of racing, off-road, and many historic motorcycles. In motorcycle trials, the bikes have no seating at all, as the rider remains standing on the footpegs for the entire competition. Every motorcycle has a driver seat, but the size, shape, and place of the seat can vary depending on the motorcycle you ride. A motorcycle seat is where the rider sits and can accommodate a passenger. The motorcycle’s seat mounts over the chassis and is large enough for a passenger to mount the motorcycle behind the rider. Dual saddle or bench seat is the most common type of motorcycle seat. A single or solo seat is usually large enough for a rider used in racing and off-road motorcycles.