Scicon Elan saddle review

Scicon Elan saddle review

Scicon’s all-new saddle uses a fashionably short design. The Elan Power Ergo (to give it its full name) measures up a scant 240mm long (the same as Specialized’s Power saddle) and is 144mm wide. Best road bike pedals 2019 Syncros Tofino 1.0 saddle review Its shape is reminiscent of Fizik’s Aliante, curving downwards from the back of the saddle to the centre before rising gently again towards the nose. Its base is formed by carbon rails slotted into a carbon/nylon hull and the whole thing weighs 206g. The padding on the Elan is extremely generous and this, combined with its deep centre channel, large cut-out and flexible hull, helps to create a supremely comfortable saddle. I found it was just as good for brief-but-fast blasts as it was for long days in the saddle. The top cover is soft and stretchy, but its underside isn’t quite as nicely finished as ...

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