The Concor is a classic name with a long racing heritage, having been around since 1978. The new version takes the original Concor shape – very rounded sideways, slightly swoopy in profile – and marries it to modern construction.
‘Xsilite’ titanium alloy rails contribute to an impressive sub-200g weight. Despite the racy looks, the Concor is reasonably well padded, and it’s not the hardest saddle out there.
It is resolutely old-school in shape, though, with no hollows, channels or cutouts. It’s a good choice for the experienced – or traditionalist – rider with an aggressive riding position.
This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.