All-day, in comfort The Nukeproof Trail saddle is designed with long-distance mileage in mind, offering an increased level of padding over our Race perch to ensure minimum discomfort even after the most epic days in the hills. Weighing in at a respectable 230g, the Trail is light enough for all but the most fanatical of gram-savers, with 275mm x 132mm dimensions suiting a wide range of rider shapes and sizes and making it an ideal saddle for all trail riding disciplines DH, AM and XC. We rsquo;ve designed the Trail with optimized width and shaping towards the rear to support your sit bones and promote soft-tissue circulation while seated and pedalling. Meanwhile a rounded back end means nothing for your clothing to snag on when technical descents require you to get out of the saddle and over the back wheel. At the front, an elongated nose with ample padding allows easy movement and positional changes, such as when climbing in the seat. The Trail saddle is built using our exclusive Cr
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(thanks for the PS help, Dr. Sloth!)Read More »
This is not a big deal in terms of the performance of the bike (which I love), but I was just wondering if others have found a solution to restore the logo (or prevent it from fading in the first place)?
The logo has faded on both sides of the top tube. Granted, the frame has been through 3 ... Read More »
I'm new to this forum, and I look forward to becoming an active member.
The long and short of this post if, I am starting a new venture in Canada, working with a few existing companies in Canada and the US to get things rolling. Frames are being made, parts are being sourced and the bus ... Read More »
I went out and bought a used Jet 9 for my b-day that needs new logos. I bought new decals through Niner and they don't match whats on the bike. Niner guy I placed the order with, does not have the master to the logo on my frame.
Has anybody figured out what font their lettering is in?
I just ... Read More »