Talk to me about budget Saddles?
To be honest, I only bought one because it matched the bike better 😳 but its been brilliant, really comfy even on long distances.
Got one on my runabout bike as well and did 40 miles couple of weeks back which is a lot for me, but was fine.
The one on my MTB is wearing a bit but I think this with the baggy shorts rubbing but its been used loads over nearly 2 years.Posted 5 years agomindmap3Member
The Spoon is about the best thing at that price point.
I use one on my jumpy bike because they’re cheap to replace when my limited talent runs out. Pretty comfy, but I prefer my I Fly for longer rides.
Going off on a slight tangent the original Bel Air was the comfiest saddle ever made.Posted 5 years agoScapegoatSubscriber
Thing about a spoon is that you can get one to try (for £17 at Triton right now) and if you don’t like it eBay it and get most of your money back.Posted 5 years ago
I’m a fan. I have oneon my HT but spent the first two or three days of last week commuting on my roadbike, to find myself saddle sore by Tuesday night. By Thursday morning Triton had sent me a Spoon, which feels like angels kissing and caressing my perineum in comparison to the Selle Italia X1 that came on my Cube. I have no idea why I put up with it for so long, apart from its colour coordination.
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