Home | Reviews | Saddle | DDG

DDG Super Plush Saddle

0/5 (0 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Imitation buffalo suede Kraton underbase
  • Double elastomer springs
  • Plastic scuff guard
  • Available in black only

  • There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review

    When does a Nitrous feel like a super plush ride..

    When your only other bike has been a Carbon Hard Tail!! I have purposefully restrained from posting on the Turner board until I was a card carrying Turner owner. Well for three weeks now I have had my biking world revolutionized by inspiring ride of the Nitrous. I picked up an almost new Nitrous ... Read More »

    2007 Super T RCV is not plush enough for the wife.

    Just bought a used '06 Jamis Diablo for the wife to use on some lift assisted DH. She weighs about 135 lbs. The previous owner replaced the stock Manitou Stance with an '07 Marzocchi Super T RCV. It has non-replaceable coil springs with air preload in both legs, I let out all the air and crank ... Read More »

    New(ish) 2004 Z150sl seems super plush to me.......YES!

    Thanks for all the help I've received so far on this fork. I just got it installed on my heckler and my first impression is "Wow, these handle bars are tall". I'm 6'4" and my bars now poke me in the guts when I stand beside the bike. I took all the spacers out and things seem to be better. The f ... Read More »

    Bouncy but plush super t, boxxer,...????

    Hey i have decided no my frame and components(05 scream) and i was just asking out of the 700-900 price range i've picked super t, boxxer team, sherman slider, and used shivers for my forks. What do you guys think has a better feeling and adjustments, i really really want this fork to be very adjus ... Read More »

    Read More »



     

    INTERBIKE

    Contests





    Interbike Featured Booths

    Check out the hottest mountain bike products from these brands!




















    See All Interbike Coverage - Click Here »

       

    MTBR on Facebook