After the enthusiastic testimony of the cyclists that are using it, after having been the object of an important medical and scientific research, SMP multiplies the range to give each cyclist the model most suitable to his physical structure and to the type of use.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ghostryder675 comfortable, light, quality
I have bought this saddle after a long reasearch. For a year a rode with the Selle Italia Maxflite Gel Flow Saddle, but as the kilometres kept on growing and the tracks getting more challenging I wanted something more comfortable and safer for my bum. So I asked a friend to lend me his Selle SMP Evolution and after a week of riding up and down the hills and on the road I made my decision. In the end I wanted a saddle with more padding since the Evolution is a bit hard for me, so I picked the Glider, the best solution for me!
26 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous The thinking cyclists' saddle
I have a boxfull of other makes, some of them not really that bad but none have done IT for me like these have. I have three . The effect is to release the mind from that part of the body while you are on the bike. To make the right choice is critical so you have to understand their system. Go to the SMP site or another that lays out the width, length and padding options and make a REALISTIC choice based on the true size of your butt (not what it was or what you want it to be), the bike you use and the reasons you ride. What is the point of using a featherweight saddle on an otherwise heavy bike if it leaves you feeling neutered at the end of the ride? I saw people whose cycling judgment I trusted using them, so their recommendations were credible. I started with a Hybrid purchased here. That model is a little cushy but will allow almost anyone to confirm that the system works for them and it is affordable! Based on that experience I purchased the Glider and Lite 209 (which are almost indistinguishable to my butt) as cosmetically compromised seconds at another site. ( CRC has unparalleled selection and very competitive pricing but I do like a bargain). When one considers the importance of that part of the body, on and off the bike, and the years you will have to amortize the investment, I think they are worth what CRC is charging; if you don't want or can't find a second in the model or color you need (which may take a while).
15 November 2010