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Cobb Max Saddles

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MSRP : $179.99

Product Description

The Max saddle continues the line of rider friendly saddles developed with the thought of comfort and speed. Developed for maximum rider comfort in both triathlon riding and road ridingLowered nose section combined with the deep-cut relief trough to relieve pressure in the prostate/perinea area for men and the soft tissue area for womenMade with new higher-density foam for more comfort on distance ridesOne of the longest rail lengths of any of the triathlon-type saddles, the Max easily adjusts to the ultimate positionRider-friendly, unique shapeBike type: RoadRail material: CromolyCover material: Synthetic leatherType: Central cutoutDimensions: 260mm x 130mm / 10. 25

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Dura Ace 7800 Max Cassette Size

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On Garmin 620 ~ does no cycling mode effect VO2 Max numbers?

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700x20 max tyre width?

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