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Selle SMP – T1

Selle SMP – T1

The Selle SMP T1 is part of the Selle SMP line of saddles designed specifically for time trials and triathlon, for maximum comfort in spite of the lack of padding in the shorts. The short and well placed padded nose enables the maximum forward position of the athlete on the saddle.

The saddle features a pressure relief area distributed along the whole length of the saddle, from the rear to the tip. However you ride your tri bike, it prevents the compression of the delicate perineal structure, avoiding vein and capillary vessel occlusion and the chance of nerve injury.

The support area is the result of in-depth ergonomic studies. It supports the cyclist’s weight precisely distributing it over the pelvic bones (ischial tuberosities) and buttocks. It protects the coccyx from bruises and shocks caused by the roughness of the terrain.

The exclusive and patented “eagle beak” shape of the nose also enables to safely rack the bike on the bike racks at the transition area. The length of the saddle seat tube offers the widest adjustment range available on the market, giving every person the possibility to identify the perfect position for them in terms of saddle advancement towards the handlebars, typical of triathlon. The structure of the characteristic rear Selle SMP logo, with it’s peculiar reflecting properties, provides optimal support for the bike on the bike parking tube frame at the transition area, should the triathlete prefer to rear position rather than the front one. The best way to see if this saddle works for you is with a retul bike fit, performed by our professional bike fitter. Read more here.

Suits people with a wide pelvis.

Weight: 375 g
Measurements: 257 x 164 mm
Padding: Foamed elastomer
Body: Nylon 12 reinforced with carbon fibre
Covering: Black leather or microfiber
Frame: AISI 304 stainless steel tube 7.1mm
Recommended: Time Trial, Triathlon
Recommended for sizes: L-XL-XXL

  • 6 January 2021