- SDG BelAir RL Ti or similar.
If you’ve been plesaed with SDG prevoiusly why not stick with them?
Have you checked out the Galaxy saddle? £49.95 with a Ti Alloy rail.Posted 6 years agoRorschachMember
I’ve been a confirmed bel Air’er for a long time and put one on the road bike straight away.It was horrible!!Too soft,too wide and too restictive to moving about on it.It was a total suprise that the needs of road vs offroad saddles would be so marked.Running a Prologo now which i would never dream of putting on the mtb but its un-noticable on 6-7 hour rides on the road bike.Live and learn.Posted 6 years agomieszkoMember
+1 for the Charge Spoon
You can always get the cromoly railed Bel Air. I have the Ti one on my road bike and TBH can’t feel much difference between this and a cr-mo Spoon or other saddles.
I also find WTB saddles comfortable, currently using Rocket V on my HT. A bit softer then the Bel Air but find it super comfy and is not too soft to be uncomfortable on longer rides.Posted 6 years agotopperSubscriber
I have always used these on my bikes and find them to be comfortable and hard wearing. I have tried other saddles and not found a better one, for me.
I need to replace the stock saddle on my new (Planet X road) bike but before i shell out £65 ish on a Bel Air i just wondered if any one who uses these have found any other saddles to be similar or better for comfort and ‘performance’.
Any input gratefully received.
PS RIP Barry Mason.Posted 6 years ago
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