What's your perch ?
Ti for less than the cromo… tempted.Posted 5 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Years of long-distance motorbike riding has left me with a cast-iron bum, so the Charge Knife graces most of my bikes- light, tough, not too expensive, and surprisingly comfortable (I don’t wear chamois either).
And the road bike’s got one of those Ragley titanium rail saddles, just because it was lying around- quite nice too but not as well shaped.Posted 5 years agodruidhMember
Spoons are OK but they go soft pretty quickly.
Toupe/Phenom is my current fave.
And I have a lovely Brooks B17 on the tourer
Blackflag – Member
I’ve no idea why more people don’t use ibeam posts / saddles. Great way to reduce weight without spending a fortune and the adjustability / simplicity is great.
Because there is a very limited choice of saddle and seatpost and there’s more than enough adjustability in a standard setup which, once adjusted, never really needs changed.Posted 5 years agohughjayteensMember
passtherizla – Member
Ti for less than the cromo… tempted.
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Thanks for that – combined with £12 off this weekend that’s a steal!Posted 5 years agoJamesyMember
Liked my sdg bel air then changed to a charge spoon hated that saddle with a passion it really didn’t fit me i guess.
Now have a gobi cheap from merlin, 33 quid with discounts 🙂 broke it in over long mynd and hopwood last week and i have to say im impressed, nice and comfy.Posted 5 years ago
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