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Road bike SDG seat post and saddle retail £149.90 - £10.85 @ CRC

£10.85 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Speed defies gravity (SDG) alloy seatpost and saddle. They only have white saddles in stock. I already have an I-Beam set up, bought this as a back up in case of theft/ wear and tear. I find the s… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Speed defies gravity (SDG) alloy seatpost and saddle. They only have white saddles in stock.

I already have an I-Beam set up, bought this as a back up in case of theft/ wear and tear. I find the seat comfortable, but the main benefit from my point of view is the lightness of the set up.

Several other generous deals are also available on other SDG products.

Free delivery for spends above £9.

TCB is offering 2.02%

If you sign up for Chain Reaction emails as a new customer, before buying anything from them, you can also get £5 off a £50 spend, but it is only valid for 1 week from the date of subscription.
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Great Deal 27.2, 30 and 30.9 mm diameter posts in stock.
1 Like #2
Great deal. I've got this on my XC and it's a comfy saddle with easy adjustment and looks good.
1 Like #3
free returns within 12 months if it's unused and you change your mind. if I don't use it myself or can't pass it on to somebody from the cycling club it will simply go back
1 Like #4
Hotter than the sun!!!
1 Like #5
no 30.9 in stock :(

Edit: Layback though is :)

Edited By: tighty on Oct 11, 2016 10:46
#6
Forgive me but what is i-beam??oO

Edited By: Adder69 on Oct 11, 2016 11:15
#7
Adder69
Forgive me but what is i-beam??oO
like a laser beam but newer and cooler

edit: or a single beam solution for attaching seats to posts rather than two beams

Edited By: tighty on Oct 11, 2016 11:40
#8
Hi Adder 69, I Beam is the product classification for this seat post and saddle. SDG no longer manufacture the I Beam range.
#9
looking at that saddle i guess its totally useless compatibility wise to regular seatposts. only the slim post left
:|



Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Oct 11, 2016 12:11
#10
whatyadoinsucka
looking at that saddle i guess its totally useless compatibility wise to regular seatposts. only the slim post left:|

Yes, the saddle is only compatible with the SDG seat posts. There are individual seat posts with 30mm and 30.9mm diameter for sale at £9 instead of £60 and saddles for £10 instead of £90.

e.g:

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/sdg-i-beam-micro-layback-alloy-seatpost/rp-prod47790

and

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/sdg-formula-fx-i-beam-saddle-2011/rp-prod28397
1 Like #11
whatyadoinsucka
looking at that saddle i guess its totally useless compatibility wise to regular seatposts. only the slim post left
:|



If you opt for the layback seat post, the 30mm and 30.9mm diameter options are still open. This is more expensive though at £11.38 instead of £10.85.
#12
Great deal, nice seat too. Shame my road bike is just gathering dust lately.
2 Likes #13
jamessnailham
Great deal, nice seat too. Shame my road bike is just gathering dust lately.

Show some bike lurve and free your inner groupset.
#14
Very tempting price, im just unsure about ordering a seat without having tried it first.
#15
birdman12
Very tempting price, im just unsure about ordering a seat without having tried it first.

Ebay it for a profit if it doesn't suit you.
#16
looking for road bike mud guards & carrier, any decent ones please?
#17
They have grips reduced to 99p as well if anyone is making an order and needs some.
#18
How do I know my seatpost diameter?
#19
birdman12
Very tempting price, im just unsure about ordering a seat without having tried it first.
£11 small outlay to try, know some who've spent close to £100 on saddles and not liked them
#20
* Bike not at home so can't check it
1 Like #21
rehydrated
* Bike not at home so can't check it
Google the model name and year of your bike if you know it, can usually get a spec sheet
#22
Took a punt on this for the price, replacing the stock Velo on my 1990's Ridgey;

https://s18.postimg.org/429no8yrt/IMG_3541.jpg

Bike value multiplied by 10.
1 Like #23
Those springs are legend.
1 Like #24
Mine arrived yesterday, good price.
#25
The_Hoff
Mine arrived yesterday, good price.


So did mine, but cheap saddle and heavy seatpost. Won't impress many lightweight enthusiasts. RRP is laughable. One for the spare.

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