Madison Prime saddle review£32.99

Supple seating

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It’s hard to put a price on comfort, but the Madison Prime is one of the cheapest saddles we’ve tested that we'd wholeheartedly recommend. Its hollow chromoly rails keep it pretty light and are supple enough for comfort without being too flexible. 

The top has a rear channel to relieve pressure and foam padding for cushioning, and although the synthetic covering feels fairly soft, the surface survives scuffs and falls exceptionally well. 

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  • Discipline: Road
  • Location: Bristol, UK

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