Telor Products, LLC, a local manufacturer of concealed carry holsters and wheelchair seat cushions, has launched a new product, the Breezy Ryder motorcycle seat cushion.
David Leverett, owner and designer for Telor Products in Ringgold, has over 25 years of medical seating design and development and was on the ISO and RESNA Standards committee for wheelchair seating for nine years. He currently designs, develops and manufactures for a wheelchair brand.
For the past 11 years, Mr. Leverett has been using his knowledge of medical seating to design and manufacture his line of Comfort-Air Holsters and tactical gear called Telor Tactical. Using patented Sil-Air Foam (manufactured in Dalton) and a 2X cool diamond spacer fabric, Telor Tactical’s line of Comfort-Air holsters are described by customers as cool, comfortable and durable.
Most of Mr. Leverett’s products come from requests from friends to solve discomfort issues such as law enforcement officers’ concealed carry issues, salesmen who needed a comfortable car seat cushion, to the most recent request for a solution to hot, sweaty, painful, long haul motorcycle rides. Using the unique medical-grade materials used for his holsters, Mr. Leverett created the Breezy Seat, an office chair seat cushion that reduces pain, pressure and heat build-up. From that idea, the Breezy Ryder motorcycle seat cushion was born.
The Breezy Ryder has been road-tested by various bikers on different expeditions, and each user has said this seat cushion has changed their lives. Tony and his wife Sandra from Blue Ridge, Ga., proclaimed that they had the most enjoyable ride ever with their Breezy Ryder, as they both experienced less pain from the road vibrations, and they were able to ride longer. Tyler from Chattanooga rode 200 miles on his first trip with his Breezy Ryder and arrived at his destination with no back or neck pain and he said he was able to enjoy his weekend getaway.
Telor Products is at 104 Southway Lane in Ringgold.