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Selle San Marco GND Gel Racing

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.

£134.99
Score 7

Ergon SMD2 Comp

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.

£79.99
Score 9

Ergon SMA3-M Comp

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…

£89.99
Score 9

fabric scoop saddle

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.

£129.99
Score 10

pro turnix offroad

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…

£89.99
Score 9

WTB Volt pro

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…

£55.00
Score 6

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.

£89.99
Score 8

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.

£119.99
Score 6

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…

£49.99
Score 8

The titanium-alloy rails, low weight and excellent performance easily justify the price

£69.95
Score 9

The performance is so good, most riders in search of a comfy trail saddle need look no further

£24.99
Score 9