First Look at a custom hand-tooled Danger Gnome saddle created by Jerry JM Smith.
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Grips and Saddles. Ask any cyclist and they’ll tell you about their ‘go to’ brand and model. The answers that you collect will probably be all over the map. I’m a Brooks Swift Saddle and Ergon GP1 – Size Large for grippage. Most cyclists are very loyal to the touch point components (Seat/Grips/Pedals) that they […]
I remember the first time I rode a ‘broken in’ Brooks saddle. I had borrowed Jerry Wolf’s custom Edge Cycles steel 29r single speed to ride the Book Cliffs and in addition to the sweet riding that Fruita offers, I was treated to the ‘hammock’ feel that Brooks riders, know and love. As soon as […]
Fat-Saddle? This past weekend at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show Selle An-Atomica officially launched Titanico X – the saddle for riders between 190 and 280 lbs. Titanico X builds on a dual layer laminate technology developed for their Limited Edition Ostrich Hide saddles to reduce stretch and provide maximum comfort to heavier riders. The […]
Selle Anitomica makes a riveted leather suspension saddle, much like other saddles that I ride on most of my other (non-fat) bikes, but most of their models have a slot cut into them. The slotted versions of their saddles are not made for the pounding that off road riding presents, so they recommended that we test their […]