Selle San Marco is pitching the Selle San Marco GND Gel Racing as an e-bike saddle, although there’s nothing stopping you using it on a regular trail bike.
Although Ergon SMD2 was developed for DH (‘it’s rarely used for sitting’), don’t take that as a given because it's a really good trail bike saddle.
The Fabric Scoop is tough, affordable and a near perfect product
If you have an e-bike and are looking for a more comfortable perch, the Fabric Cell Elite Radius saddle would make a good choice.
Not to cause confusion we reviewed Ergon’s SME3-M Comp saddle back in 2016 but this is the Ergon SMA3-M Comp saddle. There might only be one letter of difference between…
Sleek design, clean detailing and one of the best shapes on which to park your toosh are the defining traits of the Fabric Scoop series of saddles.
The PRO Turnix Offroad flies in the face of most modern saddle convention, offering a shape some would deem ‘old school’. There’s only the merest hint of a channel and…
The Volt is a saddle we rated very highly in the lower Race version when tested last year. This is the higher specced WTB Volt Pro version and whilst it…
Compared to previous Fizik saddles, which always seemed too flat, or had a ridge down the centre, the new Monte has a hammock-style profile that slumps more in the middle.
The Trian Enduro has something you won’t find on any other saddle — elastomer shock absorbers that sit between the carbon rails and the saddle body.
DMR’s Stage 1 saddle comes with a RideSaver strap that bolts onto the bottom of the shell and secures an inner tube. It’s not exactly revolutionary; XC racers have been…
We’ve pedalled hundreds of miles on it with zero complaints
Plush and ergonomic and gets plenty of details
The titanium-alloy rails, low weight and excellent performance easily justify the price
A bargain-priced, stitched and panelled trail saddle with a traditional shape
Where outright comfort is concerned the Vulture is flexible, soft and cushioned
Firm but fair, which matches the brand’s enduro and downhill image
The performance is so good, most riders in search of a comfy trail saddle need look no further
Not especially long, wide or tall, but hey, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it
The Builder is slightly porky but the price is decent for a quality, durable all-mountain saddle