What saddle for an absolute biffer of a bloke?

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  • TandemJeremy
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    Halfords have some real sofas of saddles for reasonable prices and well made.

    bigsi
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    WTB PureV.

    Fits like a glove 😯

    tinsy
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    What like a gloved hand? no wonder you have this face… 😯

    On a serious note is that what you use then bigsi?

    hillsplease
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    17st and Selle Italia Flite, Fizik Arione, SDG Bel Air (old type) OR a dead cheap Planet X one. Frasnkly al lequally good for a couple of hours, If going over 6 hrs then Flite, Arione or Bel Air.

    The Brooks creaks a lot, but isn’t bad at all if he can stand to break it in.

    Premier Icon momo
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    18st here and using a wtb rocket v stealth with ti rails., not quite as comfy as my old ti railed flite though ( would have bought another one, but couldn’t face the months of pain while breaking it in!)

    Badger
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    A Specialized Rival 155mm

    Lots of padding but also the v groove thing to not cut the blood off to his nadgers.

    Also not too expensive.

    Badger

    BFITH
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    17.5st – used to have a WTB pure which was good…that wore out and I got a Charge Spoon….looks narrow but surprisingly comfy (and cheap!)

    tinsy
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    It all the usual saddle suspects then really, seems a lot of votes for the WTB, all the same saddles as I have been through at 12st… I am onto a spoon myself and find it good, but rekon the WTB has most votes so far.

    Cheers lads.

    bigsi
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    Tinsy – Yep thats what i use and its taken some punishment over the last 15mths even with my sizable bulk on it.

    tinsy
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    What do the big lads out there rate, a mate at work is about 20 stone and is resurecting an old MTB to riding with his kids… Looking for a bit of comfort… I would say support buit short of going to DFS I cant think what would be comfy.

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