Typically riders will find there is a 1-2 week period before your body will adapt to the change in position and saddle surface.
WHICH WIDTH DO YOU NEED AND HOW DOES IT MATCH UP WITH YOUR CURRENT SADDLE? (REPRESENTED NOSE WIDTHS OF OUR SADDLES BY THE STAGE.9 AND STRIKE.9. THE TRI.7, STAGE.9, AND TT.9 WIDTHS ARE THE SAME)
THE LINEUP AND THEIR RESPECTIVE CLAMP ZONES.
TT - The Time Trial saddle, UCI legal, includes bosses for bottle cage attachment. Aero position. Comes in Narrow and Standard widths. -- Rail Clamp Zone: Mid-Range.
Tri - The Triathlon saddle, NOT UCI legal. Aero position. Comes in Narrow and Standard widths. -- Rail Clamp Zone: Mid-Range.
Stage - The TT or Tri saddle, UCI legal. Aero position. Comes in Narrow and Standard widths. -- Rail Clamp Zone: High-Range.
Strike - The versatile saddle, UCI legal. Supports upright and aero positions. Comes in only one width; the narrowest split-nose we produce. -- Rail Clamp Zone: High-Range.
HOW THE SIT ZONES MATCH UP WITH A TRADITIONAL SADDLE SHAPE.
(Shaded areas represent where your sit-bones should be located across the range)
Stage - Similar to the TT and the Tri, the Stage's sit zone is very forward to accommodate an aggressive aero position.
Strike - The Strike's sit zone is more suited to an upright position while still being accommodating to an aero position.
HOW TO SETUP YOUR SADDLE.
The proper setup range for a saddle (Stage shown) is typically angled nose down at 1-3° based off the overall surface and not the rails.
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