Bontrager Team Issue Saddles

2/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $280.00


Product Description

Ride what the pros ride: Designed and developed in the pro trenches with the LEOPARD TREK team, Bontrager's inForm BioDynamics Team Issue road saddle provides advanced ergonomic support and comfort, just what you need to sustain higher performance when a day at the office (or playing hooky) means six hours in the saddle. Genuine leather cover, solid titanium rails, and full carbon fiber base round out a high-performance package that's professional grade thru-and-thru.


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by sheldon a Triathlete

Date Reviewed: October 8, 2013

Strengths:    Well, its light I guess.....

Weaknesses:    Absolute horror to ride! Im 200Ib, 6'0, and limber enough to touch my fingers to the floor. I just finished a 40 mile ride and can hardly walk. Decided to switch from my fizik antarez vs saddle just for the heck of it. not enough cush to the pelvic bones. The plastic saddle frame is super stiff w/o any flex, so no conformity to the boney area in the middle. Other saddles Ive been on include the fizik earlier(so,so), evoke rxl(ok), WTB rocket V(great), and WTB pure V(fantastic). The Bonte team saddle came w/ the bike and is something i would never buy anyway(anything bontrager product for that matter).

Bottom Line:   
If you care to rape your internals to the brink of extinction then by all means try out the saddle. I on the other hand have always had better luck using MTB saddles on my roadie, and would suggest you try the same if your brave enough to break the cliche. (if anyone smirks at you, just punch em in the face!) Its ok to still be a weight weenie and let this be your ONE exception ;). I will be trying out the WTB SST next since that has great rev's and my experience w/ WTB saddles in the past has been great.

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Favorite Ride:   EARTH!!!!

Bike Setup:   2012 madone 6



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