|what is a good seat?||lnin0|
Sep 2, 2002 7:42 PM
|The stock seat on my CX bike is no good. What do you run on your CX? I take mine out on some long road rides and also on some bumpy trails but don't race so it doesn't see very many running mounts. I would like something that cuts down on vibration and I prefer a thin and flat profile.
I was looking at the Selle Italia Fluid which has a nice shape and would appear to dampen vibration. Anyone tried one of these? How durable is it?
|re: what is a good seat?||Velocipedio|
Sep 3, 2002 3:16 AM
|Saddles are too personal for me to be able to make an easy recommendation.
I Have a Fi:zi'k Pave on my 'cross bike these days. It's light and comfortable, and fits many of your criteria. It's also a bit shorter in the nose than a SI Flite... something I appreciate in mounts and dismounts.
|re: what is a good seat?||The Walrus|
Sep 3, 2002 8:26 AM
|Like Velocipedio said, a saddle is too personal too recommend, except to say that the SI saddles I've had (Flite, Flite Gel, Flite Trans Am) have held up well and been comfortable.|
|try this one||Pack Meat|
Sep 4, 2002 11:49 AM
|it's light and darn pretty|
|try this one WHERE?||atpjunkie|
Sep 5, 2002 5:46 PM
|where'd you find those? don't know how I'd feel sitting on a purdy gals face for hours at a time :0)|| |