BikeYoke’s unique floating rail Sagma saddle adds a lightweight carbon-railed version, plus a couple of even lighter conventional-railed Sagma Lite saddles that share the same shell & memory foam construction with either carbon or chromoly rails. Plus, their recent alloy Barkeeper mountain bike stem gets a unique new Raw Forged Finish and new 31.8mm bar compatibility… BikeYoke Sagma saddle gets Carbon rails
The uniquely adjustable suspension design of the original BikeYoke Sagma saddle has proven to dampen vibration, add a bit of flex in a good side-to-side direction, and boost rider comfort overall. But people are always looking for a lighter setup too, so BikeYoke first added a carbon-railed version to the original I-beam alloy rails. Tech Details
The newer Sagma Carbon saddle shares the same lightweight construction as the original, just with new 7x10mm oval carbon rails. That’s a millimeter taller than most carbon-railed saddles, but we’ve had no compatibility issues installing it in several carbon-friendly seatpost heads.
The saddle shell is molded from carbon-reinforced nylon, topped by a progressively compressing & slow-rebounding IDbeads memory foam top with a slightly recessed central pressure relief area. The padding is relatively thin, but an interesting mix of feeling both soft & being supportive. The 243mm long saddles come in two widths – 130mm & 142mm – and are available with five different colored top accents to match BikeYoke’s Grippy mountain bike grips – orange, cyan blue, lime green, pink & ruby purple.
The new 169€ Sagma Carbon we’ve tested weighs 210g, compared […]
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