Trico Sports TriFlex Saddle

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Trico Sports TriFlex Saddle

USER REVIEWS

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[May 22, 2001]
Brian Bamber

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Extreme Comfort

Weakness:

Have not found one yet. The material shell might start to wear after a while.

So far this seat rocks Just like the other guy said.
I weigh about 195 pounds and sitting ona razor blade is
not my idea of comfort.

Similar Products Used:

Velo=trash, Coda 900=Rectal punishment, and Cygnal= Numbness

[Jan 03, 1999]
Bill Snodgrass
cross-country rider

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING

This seat is just great!!! It has a fabric cover - non-slip, and is soft.
It has 3 openings on the bottom for the gel to squish a little. It isn't
too soft. I've got over 33K miles and this is the most comfortable I've sit.
It comes in men/women styles and costs about $30 in stores, $20 in catalogs
(but you pay shipping). It also has a pressure relief area towards the front that prevents pain. I've used it for about 1K miles and keep waiting for
it to show a bad trait, but none yet. The only thing I can see that might go
bad is the cover material, don't know what time and weather will do to it. It
has hard plastic on the areas you would normally scrape, lower side/rear and front tip. If you suffer while you ride, this is definately the solution!!!!!

[Aug 02, 2004]
Ron
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

-Very comfortable
-Resonable price

Weakness:

-A little heavy (not a concern for me)
-To wide for serious downhill

-Very nice saddle. You cant go wrong. The price is great and it is built well. I would recommend this saddle to anyone short of a serious competitor or downhill rider.

Similar Products Used:

-Stock Bontrager saddle (Extremely Uncomfortable)

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