Product DescriptionThe SSR packs incredible value into a sleek, versatile design that's right at home, on-road or off. An excellent upgrade over most stock bike saddles, the gender-specific SSR featured Bontrager's exclusive Contoured Relief Zone (CRZ) for better pressure dispersal and improved comfort.
Date Reviewed: December 9, 2012
Strengths: Plush padding, short nose no more getting hung up on the nose in baggy shorts, absorbs bumps and doesn't transfer it to your butt.
Weaknesses: none that I can think of.
Duration Product Used: 3 months
Price Paid: $25.00
Purchased At: Trek Bicycles
Similar Products Used: Stock Bonny Marlin seat
Bike Setup: 2012 Trek Marlin, Bonny 29-3 TLR Front, Specy The Captain Control 2Bliss Ready rear, MiliTec1 permanent dry lube on chain.
Related SSR Forum Posts
Can anyone tell me how you would install SPD cleats into these Bontrager SSR mountain bike shoes? The soul tab that looks as though it should remove appears to be solid. I've removed the insole and can feel the section that appears should hold the cleat but I can't figure it out and don't want to da ... Read More »
Need some help. To make a long story short, I have a '11 Trek X-Caliber 29er with the Bontrager SSR rims. I bought the bike new when the LBS bought back my Stumpjumper. I asked them to setup the X-Cal tubeless, and they informed me that the rimstrips that I had on the Stumpy would work on the X ... Read More »
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Has anybody attempted to set up the SSR wheels tubeless? I have a set of 2011 Nobby Nics TLR that I would like to set up tubeless, but can't find any information on running the SSR rims tubeless. The SSR's came with a 2011 Trek X-Cal btw. One of the reasons I ask is some of the Bonty rims are ... Read More »