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Specialized S-Works Power saddle 20

The Specialized S-Works Power saddle is made for serious riders who are looking for performance and great spec, with a unique shape that works really well.

Score 9

Plus_Black_LF MAIN

The Cobb Plus is not a nice saddle to look at, but it is one of the most comfortable I have ever tried, particularly on long rides and on time…

Score 9

Fizik Aliante VS Kium saddle

Made for less flexibile riders, the Fizik Aliante VS Kium saddle features a groove down the middle to reduce perineal pressure creating a comfortable perch.

Score 8

Selle Italia Novus Flow saddle 09 copy

If you move around a lot when riding, then the Selle Italia Novus Flow saddle might be a good choice, but otherwise there are better options on the market.

Score 7

Bontrager Montrose Elite saddle

The Bontrager Montrose Elite saddle is a great, reasonably priced saddle that is comfortable and easy to set up, plus there's even a 30 day trial period.

Score 9

Specialized Toupe Expert Gel saddle

Developed with the aid of bike fit guru Dr Andy Pruitt and his years of experience, the Specialized Toupé Expert Gel saddle has a pronounced cut out and full length groove…

Score 9

Astute Skyline Pilarga SR saddle

The best thing you can say about a new saddle is that you don't notice that it's new, and that's exactly the case with the Astute Skyline Pilarga SR saddle.

Score 9

Morgaw Forsage saddle

The Morgaw Forsage saddle has vibration dampeners built into the design, so it should give a more comfortable ride, but in reality the difference is slight.

Score 7

Brooks Cambium C13 saddle

Brooks recently unveiled its lightest saddle to date, the Brooks Cambium C13. After multiple rides here are our thoughts

Score 8


Fabric is based in Frome, Somerset and makes a range of different saddles, with its Scoop being available in a wide variety of shapes, materials and colours. We've reviewed the…

Score 8

Fizik Aliante VSX Kium saddle

The Fizik Aliante VSX KIUM saddle is a very comfortable saddle with a central relief channel for inflexible riders who cycles in a more upright position.

Score 8

Selle Italia Tekno Flow

With a large cut out that runs almost the full length of the saddle the SLR Tekno Flow is definitely striking. Unquestionably this saddle is definitely race focused. With its…

Score 8

astute skycarb vt saddle

At £360, there’s no doubt where the Astute Skycarb VT saddle is positioning itself in the market: this is an unashamedly premium performance saddle aimed at cyclists looking for the…

Score 7


The B’Twin 900 Sport saddle has the look of a racing saddle, with a low profile design, flat profile, long nose and the usual minimal padding. The surface of the…

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Fizik saddles comes in a wide range of profiles and as with the men’s version, the Arione has the flattest cross-section in their women’s specific range. Maintaining the men’s Arione…

Score 9


The Griffon is a reasonably priced saddle that comes in two widths, 142mm or 152mm, accommodating different sit bone widths. Despite testing the narrower option we still found it a…

Score 7

Pro Falcon saddle

Pitched against offerings from other brands, we took the Pro Falcon saddle out for some long rides

Score 10

Fizik Arione R5

Popular with pros, such as Sir Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas, we tested the Fizik Arione R5 saddle

Score 8

Specialized Romin Pro

Designed for those who ride in a more aggressive position, we got to grips with the Specialized Romin Pro saddle

Score 8