Unlike road bikers and mountain bikers who spend a lot of time perched on their bike seats, BMC riders only desire a bike seat that is lightweight and doesn't get in the way.
You see, BMX bikes aren't built or intended for hours of pedaling while in the saddle, therefore, BMX seats are quite different. Typically, BMX bike seats are small enough to not get in the way when doing tricks and the sort, yet they must be tough enough to withstand a kick or impact from a trick.
Most BMX bike seats are molded plastic with minimal padding and may have a leather or synthetic cover. There are several fitments, so when replacing or upgrading your current bike seat, make sure you know which one you will need.
There are variations of BMX bike seats. For example, you can choose a width that suits you best, skinny or wide. And of course, there are many styles and colors to choose.