The Cheeky Saddle has evolved: the new design features a revised profile and shape, new padding compound, new graphics and a new cover material which will ensure durability and all day comfort on even the longest of rides. No soggy sofa, this is a performance perch built for knocks and spills and day long comfort.
Size: 275mm x 132mm
Material: Tough one piece Micro-fibre cover with no stitching
Ragley logo graphic design
Rails: Cro-mo Alloy Rail
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Rated 4 out of 5 by giantreign0 Designed for DJ bikes.
Not for long rides. Will really hurt your behind. But still satisfied because of the color scheme that I've done for my bike. Time to buy a foldie for long rides and not use an all-mountain bike lol.
02 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by ontoart Супер седло
Булкам на нем удобно
Легкое и прочное, вчера после падения даже царапки не осталось
25 April 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bernard76 This saddle is beautiful by design. Super hard to ride on.
I love the design. that's why I bought it. After sitting on it. I wished my posterior had seen better days. It aches. You really can't do without padding. Yet I simply refuse to swap it out..call me weird but I like the saddle too much especially when it complements the rest of the bike. Maybe I'll get the Ragley seatpost instead.
24 April 2014
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While there are some saddles that are discipline specific, in most cases it's down to rider preference and comfort. This is quite a narrow and stiff saddle, with minimal padding so I'd suggest it more for DJ/ DH; for prolonged periods in the saddle, I would look for something a little more padded. Ultimately, it's down to your personal preference; Trial and error is often the best approach.
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