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  • mt

    It is wonderful there are so many saddle options out there for women now; I have specialised Ruby on my old Tarmac SL4 and a Specialized power saddle ( which is my favourite) on the New Tarmac. Very good advise in testing as many as possible before buying.


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  • Derek Maher

    Great to see this article Verita and Jessi,In my local rural area a lot of young women have taken up cycling for fitness and recreation.Some may even get into road racing one day.They tend to ask me for advice as they have seen me cycling since they were knee high to a grass hopper.I always tell them to buy a bike that is right for their size,Get good female cycling shorts/bibs and a saddle that suits their anatomy.I believe in straight talking when it comes to cycling and comfort.Thanks for showing and talking about the options as it helps to get my advice right.

  • suz

    Can you recommend anywhere in Melbourne that does the saddle measuring??

    • MJMK

      Total Rush in Richmond do this very well

    • wheel women

      Any of the Specialized stores will do so with their ‘arse-o-metre’…very cool device. Cyclic in Flemington will do it for sure and he is a bit of a specialist with the women’s gear.

  • Katie T

    I had a specialized Jett but alas it needed replacing after a bike crash. I was very sad when I found out it was discontinued, but I was ready to try something different anyway. I’ve now got the specialized power saddle. So far so good. It’s a lot stiffer than the Jett and has a far bit less padding but I find the wide cut out means less pressure on my pink bits! As Evelyn Stevens said ‘You want your taco to be happy not angry’!

  • ML

    Terry saddles were recommended for me after my first bike fit. I have ridden the Zero X (discontinued) and now FLX on road, track, CX bikes for up to 10 hours wth no discomfort. Been recommending the Liberator (which is on my commute bike) a lot, especially to new riders. It’s a little more forgiving and very affordable – I think $40-50.

  • Derek Maher

    Just a follow up message for Anne-Marije.Any chance of recommending chamois types which tend to go with saddles and comfort.
    Perhaps a little article along the lines of this saddle type one.Just an idea.

    • Anne-Marije Rook

      Thanks Derek!


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