Weight: 211g / Comfort cleavage / EVA padding / Titanium rails / White or black
Visually the Ti-Fly C is similar to the WTB Silverado but the difference is that we could feel the stitching on the back of this saddle when riding. That said, it has slightly dropped sides so we tended to sit in it rather than on it, and the EVA foam offers good shock absorption. SDG has also tweaked the shell, so it flexes and the solid titanium rails offer some resilience. Finish quality underneath is not that good and after one wet ride the leather cover was scuffed and ingrained with mud but it did scrub up easily.
What sets the SDG apart from the other seven saddles is the price and weight. It’s a few grams lighter than the minimalist Selle San Marco saddle, but at £57 it’s half the price. Most folk run the same saddle on a number of bikes, a two-for-one deal that makes the T-Fly C killer value and the best lightweight here.
MBR RATING: 10/10