Dear Mr. Corbin and the Corbin Family
Hello, I would like to take a moment of your time to thank you for what you do for veterans. I made the longest and hardest ride of my life from July 1, 2022 to July 22, 2022 to raise awareness of veteran suicide. I rode a KLR650 to the Arctic Circle and back in 22 days. I slept on the ground and I had no support vehicles. I lost over 18 pounds (probably needed that), I rode in the rain, 56 MPH cross winds and I almost hit a moose. The lowest temperature was 41 degrees and raining (thank you heated seat) and the highest was 109.
I wanted to let you know that I rode on the Corbin Saddle that you sponsored me with. It changed everything for me. I rode 8400 miles in 22 days and felt NO PAIN. When I say no pain I mean just that, no pain. I have never in all my riding years been able to break 1200 miles without pain until I rode on a Corbin. I speak so highly of your seat people accuse me of working for you…lol
I can’t thank you enough for your generous support of my fundraiser and being a vital part of its success. I’m not sure I could have done it without you.
Because of Corbin I raised 23 thousand dollars for Mission 22 and veterans in need. I reached over a half a million people through social media, in 5 countries (Thank you Discovery Channel Star Amber). Together we were spreading the word of veteran suicide awareness.
I love Corbin Saddles, not only are they the best saddle I ever planted my rump on, they are good people doing good things. There are no words to express my gratitude for what you did and continue to do for veterans and those who support them.
Thank you, Mr. Corbin, and the rest of the Corbin family
Special Agent James Greer
Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency
Arctic Adventure 22