Pillion:(Wikipedia) A pillion is a secondary pad, cushion, or seat behind the main seat or saddle on a horse, motorcycle, or moped. A passenger in this seat is said to ride pillion or may themselves be referred to as a pillion. The word is derived from the Gaelic for "little rug, pillean" which is itself from the Latin pellis for animal skin. One or more pelts would often have been the form a secondary seat took on horseback, and the usage was carried over to motorcycles... [how I came to ride pillion, now that's another story]
On Sunday September 4, 2016, Frank John of Brooklin, ME rode his 2004 Hayabusa through the timing lights at the Loring Timing Association’s “Harvest Event”, recording standing-start speeds of 199.856 mph at the 1.0 mile and 205.123 mph at the 1.5 mi
Pillion Resa replied to a comment on Gary's album photo : https://youtu.be/4E2FtPUr1Gc since pictures help the guys ......