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Fabric Scoop Radius Saddle

6 Reviews
SKU: FBRCSCPRDS
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6 reviews

Looks slick!

by

Awesome saddle! Comfort is amazing, Saddles are obviously a personal preference thing but definitely one of the best I have had.

Comfortable, but bent the rails

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So first up this seat is comfortable. I replaced the factory seat on my 2017 trance with one and my bum was never happier. Unfortunately, a few weeks in, I got a little out of shape and came down a little hard on the saddle and the rails bent. No amount of adjusting the seat mount allowed me to position the seat so it wasn't riding up my clacker and I was forced to put the factory seat back on which just reinforced how comfortable this seat is.

****!

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The Pro - Carbon version of this product is not suited to any form of MTB riding even though Fabric tech support and packaging recommended other wise, seat broke in half within two week of use. maybe ok for a Sunday road ride but be warned avoid speed humps at all cost. Currently testing the race version so hopefully that one will last a little longer

comfortable on long rides

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very comfy seat. light weight as well. Bought previously a titanium version but weight difference is minimal, so better off with the cromo rails.

Fabric Scoop Radius

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Purchased this saddle as a replacement on my new Cube Stereo and glad I did, comfortable, well made and looks great on the bike! Two thumbs up for saddle and same goes for the prompt service form MBD !

Fabric Scoop

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Fantastic! Super comfy and great shape. I wasnt expecting it to look as good as it does.

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