Help! I've been using a Fizik Antares Versus for over a year with no real issues. However, past few weeks - months, it has been causing me problems. I've got what feels like one (right side) 'bruised' sit bone and pressure where a chap doesn't need is getting to borderline painful at times. The bikes are fitted and saddle is set to that measurement and dead level. I've LEJOG in late July and need to make a change now. I'd very much like to stick with Fizik. Any advice guys and gals?
According to the ultra enthused marketing copy, the Selle Royal Respiro Sport saddle is literally blistering with supportive space age technology. Respiro means 'breathe' in Italian and that is precisely what the faux leather microtex cover is designed to do.
With no breaking in period, I've not been conscious of anything but chafe and numbness free, lightweight support.
Up for sale is my awesome Fizik Arione CX braided saddle that I bought in April last year. It has only done dry miles and has not covered more than 500miles if that. It is in mint condition. It is the best saddle I have ever owned without a doubt and I can happily spend hours and hours on it no problem....So why am I selling it them? Well vanity! My new frame is all matt black and black and white saddle just doesn't look right so I am selling this one to fund my next one...an Arione R1
I'm looking for £120 ono (including post)
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Selle Italia SLR XP Ltd edition:
In Red, with Vanox Rails
Very good lieghtweight XC or road saddle
Only used once
Only selling because it wasnt quite my fit
£45 delivered or £42 collected.
Pics are here: http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/9268685/
Message me if you need more details or pics
Whilttling away my time on the net,
I came across this tool.
I am not affiliated to this by the way just thought it was a neat tool
Fizik have redesigned the humble saddle from the rails up to give riders the Fizik Kurve range - a more comfortable, tuneable place to sit and pedal the miles away - but it doesn't come cheap.
Fizik have carved out a position as one of the more forward thinking saddle companies, and their launch of a range of elite level saddles, dubbed Kurve, proved the point with a ground breaking series of design concepts all aimed at making sitting on the saddle a more comfortable and efficient experience.