San Marco Rolls Saddle – Thoughts please

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  • jools182

    They suit my arse


    i also like them very much. A close second to the mighty selle italia turbomatic. The rolls is rightly a classic.very comfy.


    Thinking about getting one of these ( with Ti rails) keen to hear any experiences. It will be going on my Genesis Equilibrium which I think will suit a steel frame well.


    They are still a good saddle. I’ve just recently re discovered how bloody good the Concor is. Slowly putting them on all my bikes.
    Turbos were/are good as well.


    the only thing wrong with rolls, turbos etc was that they were on the heavy side. Hence the flite being manufactured.


    Another fan here. They seem to last for ever too. Mine is currently seeing service on a Croix de Fer.

    Premier Icon metalheart

    Probably the most uncomfortable saddle I’ve had the misfortune to buy and try… I’m definitely not Rolls shaped!

    That was 15+ years ago mind.

    Premier Icon Teetosugars

    Not a Rolls, but I’ve a San Marco Regal on my Vaya…

    Love it..


    Have a suede one with gold trimmings. It’s almost mint but I don’t use it as I have a Flite Ti shaped arse. They look right on something of 80-90’s vintage though.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner

    Been using one for a good few months now.
    Doesn’t look as though it should be comfy, but it is.

    Looks good too.

    Got mine from On One – they were doing them at a substantial discount.
    Should have bought a couple, tbh.

    Will be getting a Turbo at some time to compare – had one years ago & liked it, but there’ve been an awful lot of pies since then. 🙂

    Premier Icon martymac

    used one for a few years back in the 90s, v.comfy for me, but the turbomatic was better.

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