The Selle San Marco Concor is a saddle design that's been around for a long time. As such, it has a loyal following among those who've fallen in love with (or become addicted to) it's curvy shape. Selle San Marco claims that no words can express the feeling of riding on their Concor Saddle.The shape is aptly described as curvaceous. Of all the saddles with a "hammock" design that encourages riders to settle into the sweet spot, this one reigns supreme. Fuzzy memories serve to remind us that the Concor is best after serious consideration to its pitch, that is, the up/down tilt of the nose of the saddle. Most prefer it below the elevation of the tail. In effect, this levels the saddle out, yet leaves the rear of the saddle as a bit of a ramp. We always felt it served well to push against on long, seated grinders in the hills.This Selle San Marco Concor Saddle has a Red leather topsheet. Its dimensions are 265mm x 140mm.
If I recall correctly, you have a Concor saddle. Can you tell me how wide it is?
I'm thinking about trying that or a Regal saddle.
I'd appreciate the info. I need a wider saddle than normal, and the shape looks comfy.Read More »
Romin has been my go to choice for road but I'm already on the hunt for a new saddle for cx season. I like the front to back profile of the Romin and how it kind of creates a pocket in the middle. San Marco Concor Lite looks to have a similar shape - kind of banana seat looking - I'm wondering if a ... Read More »
I usually ride the selle San Marco Aspide on my bikes. But have been entertaining the Concor Light.
NO LBSin my area offers the Concor light.
Is it THAT good of a saddle to have survived so long? Is it very comfortable.
I understand the "delicate" nature of saddles, but I need some feedba ... Read More »