SDG Bel-Air SL Saddle

Average User Rating: (Excellent)
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    “Light yet comfy enough for all day adventures”

    The Good:

    light, tough, good shape

    The Bad:

    i-beam is less common

    Overall Review:

    The I beam should be more common in my opinion since it saves a bunch of weight and is super strong. The kevlar sides on the Bel-Air are tough and will keep it from getting thrashed when the bike meets the ground from time to time (aka crashes). The Bel-air has a shape that fits me well and so I don't mind spending a few hours pedaling on a trail with it.. So, in the chance that you don't have to get a railed saddle to match your traditional post, consider a go on the i-beam system and this saddle. If you're stuck with rails, SDG makes a railed version as well.

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    Riding Type Cross Country, Trail
    Interface (Rail or Other) Solid I-Beam
    Materials Light-Weight EVA Foam
    Nylon Fiber Base
    2-Piece Stitched Cover
    Colors Black/Black, Black/Red, or Black/White

    0 lb 6.5 oz (185 g)

    Miscellaneous Length x Width: 270mm x 140mm
    Ideal for: Recreational Trail and All Terrain Trekking
    Design for All Day Comfort
    Rear Rise Platform: Provides Enhanced Pelvis Rotation and Power from a Standard Position
    Down Curved Nose: Aids in Climbing and Prevents Snagging
    I-Beam Technology: Original Monorail Design, Offering the Greatest Adjustment Capabilities with the Lightest Weight to Strength Performance in the Industry
    Price $89.99
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