Aimed toward highway and gravel cyclists, the brand new Ritchey Logic Cabrillo saddle provides them their first short-and-wide saddle design. Whereas it appears to be like very very like a conventional saddle, the size don’t lie.
The Cabrillo is available in two variations, WCS and Comp. Each use Ritchey’s Vector Wing shell design, which isolates the rails from the highest, making a flex zone to droop the rider with out making the saddle squishy.
The Cabrillo WCS will get a nylon & carbon shell with stainless-steel rails and light-weight polyurethane foam padding. It weighs 222g and prices $99.95.
The Cabrillo Comp will get a nylon & glass fiber shell with chromoly rails and normal foam padding. Weight is 266g, value is $59.95.
It’s mildly brief in comparison with another manufacturers, measuring 260mm lengthy. That’s 18mm shorter than their Streem saddle.
The highest profile is flat from tip to tail, making it simpler to slip fore/aft on the saddle over technical terrain, which makes it excellent for cyclocross. A slight curve back and forth mimics different fashionable short-and-wide designs to supply good sit bone help with out hindering hip and leg motion.
The unisex design has a slim heart channel to cut back strain on the perineal space. Obtainable now.