Extra uses the body of the top versions from the SMP4BIKE range. Extra is the perfect choice for the first approach to the world of cycling in order to appreciate the comfort features of the SMP4BIKE series. Using padded riding shorts is advisable.
The patented features by Selle SMP, such as the completely free central channel, the original eagle-beak nose and the raised rear give these models an interesting aerodynamic touch. Recommended for Road/Road racing, Home trainer/Spinning.
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Came to this saddle after a long search, thought I'd found ultimate comfort on a brooks B 17. Then went onto a SPM TRP. This is slightly more narrow at 140 mm. And I love it.
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have been looking at these saddles for a while and am glad i took the plunge. have been using for a few weeks and so impressed that i bought a second one for my other bike. haven't been on a long ride yet but it seems very promising so far. used to get discomfort "down below" on my sit bones. have tried quite a few saddles but thought i'd give these a go as they are an unusual design. glad i did. loads of travel on the rails for fine tuning your position. have felt a bit of pressure from the beak of the saddle but will get used to this.
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