It’s tough to put a cost on comfort, though a Madison Prime is one of a cheapest saddles we’ve tested that we’d wholeheartedly recommend. Its vale chromoly rails keep it flattering light and are movable adequate for comfort but being too flexible.
The tip has a back channel to soothe vigour and froth stuffing for cushioning, and nonetheless a fake covering feels sincerely soft, a aspect survives scuffs and falls unusually well.
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