Cast Your Vote: Best Saddle For The Rump

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by climbin'junkie, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Jakey

    Jakey New Member

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    I like the Selle San Marco Rolls.
     


  2. JohnO

    JohnO New Member

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    Went through a bunch myself. Still like my old Brooks Team Pro from my college riding days that were, um, a few years ago. Sold the bike, kept the saddle, and now it sits on a 70's vintage bike I restored.

    Selle TransAm was pretty good, but you have to sit on it just right. Light as a feather.

    Blew $150 a couple of weeks ago, and bought an Aliante. Heard great things about it, and the Team model's gold color sorta matches my bike. Now this is more like it. Spent almost three hours in it last Sunday, and came off with the posterior fresh as a daisy. Well, feeling fresh as a daisy, anyway.

    Yeah, the Aliante was a pricey little bugger, but it's worth it.
     
  3. Hypnospin

    Hypnospin New Member

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    ahh, a man after my own saddle, er imean heart, no scratch that.

     
  4. king4wd

    king4wd New Member

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    I have to second the vote for the Turbomatic series by Selle Italia. Though my current saddle- a Selle San Marco Ozono race gel is my favorite- is almost a direct copy of the turbomatic.
     
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