Syncros have built a AM to last, with chromoly rails and a hard-wearing multiple of genuine leather on a tip and sides, and Kevlar on a nose and corners. The many apparent feature, though, is a AM’s fat nose.
It’s both extended and tall, with a healthy knock of stuffing that means shuffling adult to a front for spinning adult high sections of route isn’t most of a chore. Further behind a stuffing gets a small denser, preventing that falling feeling, though it’s still on a soothing side as saddles go.
That tall, corpulent nose is matched by dull back corners that minimise a possibility of snagging your shorts. The AM is a rather round roost though; during 317g a exam representation is knocking on for half as complicated again as some likewise labelled saddles.
This essay was
originally published in Mountain
Biking UK magazine.
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