Bontrager Suburbia Saddles

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $45.00

Product Description

  • Rear light and elastomers

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Jack a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 22, 2011

Strengths:    Great comfort and support for large people. Heavy-duty.

Weaknesses:    Heavy

Bottom Line:   
This saddle came with my Trek Navigator. It is the most comfortable saddle for the kind of biking I do. Recreational, 1 to 2 hour rides.

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Favorite Ride:   Columbia Trail

Purchased At:   High Gear (on bike)

Bike Setup:   Trek Navigator 2.0 with fenders and racks.

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How do you do errands by bike in suburbia?

Hi, I do a lot of road riding but all of it before-work excercise on a road bike. Living in more or less the sticks (North central-Massachussetts) I am wondering how to incorporate running errands by bicycle. In the city I get it: it's a few blocks to the store. Where I am it is three mi ... Read More »

rear brakes on fixies in flat suburbia?

I understand if people have hills and run rear brakes in those instances. What about the rest of you fixie riders who cycle in the city/suburbs where sketchy downhill speeds are not an issue - do you have rear brakes installed? Do you plan to in the near future? My only dilemma with running a ... Read More »

Suburbia, How come?

As I was bemoaning the fact that what used to be the area that I could take an easy, flat early morning spin on shoulderless but nearly deserted country roads has now become a death trap with nearly continuous traffic as people pour out of the new developments (all within the last 2 years or so, wit ... Read More »

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