The Turnix is the lightest saddle on test thanks to a carbon-reinforced base, and 100 per cent carbon rails.
It feels especially lightweight in the hand too, and the leather covering should ensure a long life.
This is all for toffee, however, if the comfort doesn’t match up.
Its ‘neutral’ fit is designed to fit a wide variety of riders with a fairly flat design matched to a slightly curved rear end. This ‘hybrid’ design is fairly common, though, so Pro should be on to a winner.
Our test model was on the narrow side at 132mm, but there is an option for a wider fit, so keep that in mind. For me it certainly didn’t feel as forgiving as others on test, but its low weight and minimal design will appeal to a lot of riders.