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OK maybe not for your average mountain biker but Merlin are doing arguably the best MTB saddle you can buy for crazy prices.
£15 delivered for the Cro Moly railed SDG Bel Air RL and £27.50 delivered for the Titanium railed version. Considering the Titanium railed version is up to £65 elsewhere this is great deal.
Please don't vote this cold just because you a) dont ride a bike or b) think you don't need Titanium parts on a bike. For those like myself that are well into MTB you won't find this gear any cheaper than this.
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#1
great price, ordered one as a spare, heat added
#2
excellent price for this, voted hot
#3
Looks scrotumcrushingtastic!

Good price.

My comfy Specialized Comfort Plus 3 was £35~
#4
thanks for this, been looking for something comfier to replace my tioga.:thumbsup:
#5
Newby cyclist here .. bought the gel saddle cover for my Specialized Hard Rock MTB from Lidl for £2.99 !!
I'm sure this is a great find for the more serious cyclist.
#6
I've not used a bike in years. Hired a bike yesterday and did an 18 mile bike ride. My bum is killing me just sitting on the computer chair. I think i could have dont with this yesterday.
#7
I've tried a fair few saddles over the years and the Bel Air is the most comfortable I've used. It got 10/10 in MBR's test and I personally don't use anything else now. They're hard wearing too and at £15 delivered you don't have to be a serious biker to justify one. They are both very light, with the Titanium one obviously being the lighter of the two.
To ease the pain on your backside its always worth getting some shorts with a pad in there. It definitely makes a difference.
#8
#9
The ti model will go nicely with the ti seatpost from the other day.. Cheers have some heat :thumbsup:
#10
Yeah was very tempted as they are mega cheap but don't rearly need one at the moment, even as a spare. Hot.
#11
great thanks was looking for a new seat as im doing lands end to john o'groats in may and my boardman one is like an ironing board
#12
a decent price for a good saddle, have seen these at £15 several times before but they are a good saddle - not proper leather though but at least that keeps it waterproof
#13
hot. needed a new saddle to replace one I ripped to bits. ta
#14
Have just bought a new Spesh saddle so don't really need another. But good saving and voted hot.
#15
misterfrostie
I've tried a fair few saddles over the years and the Bel Air is the most comfortable I've used. It got 10/10 in MBR's test and I personally don't use anything else now. They're hard wearing too and at £15 delivered you don't have to be a serious biker to justify one. They are both very light, with the Titanium one obviously being the lighter of the two.
To ease the pain on your backside its always worth getting some shorts with a pad in there. It definitely makes a difference.


Cheers mate; I need a comfortable saddle but wasn't sure what to get - your post made up my mind; thanks
#16
Just ordered one for my Rockhopper.

Great price, voted ^H^O^T^
#17
Great find, rear end was a little sore after 30 miles on my Giant Yukon the other day......
#18
Great deal. Just bought one. Free p and p too I think.
Voted hot.
#19
Maybe a silly question but are these just for mountain bikes or are they good for road bikes too?
#20
i have a hybrid and im getting one for that
#21
Came as standard with my Commencal Combi and it makes for a comfortable ride.

I'm not a serious biker, but I do ride more when the weather is good.

I've just ordered one. Thanks OP! :thumbsup:
#22
so whats the exact difference between the Sdg Bel-Air R L and the TI ?? titanium body and "more comfortable" according to the description?
i need soft one that doesnt hurt my bum. however all the expensive ones in shops seem to be very thin and hard..
#23
volcom883;4909212
so whats the exact difference between the Sdg Bel-Air R L and the TI ?? titanium body and "more comfortable" according to the description?
i need soft one that doesnt hurt my bum. however all the expensive ones in shops seem to be very thin and hard..

i think there the same except the rails
#24
volcom883
so whats the exact difference between the Sdg Bel-Air R L and the TI ?? titanium body and "more comfortable" according to the description?
i need soft one that doesnt hurt my bum. however all the expensive ones in shops seem to be very thin and hard..

I think it's mainly a weight issue, I've gone for the RL doesn't matter much to me a couple of ounces...
#25
ok thanks. but is the Sdg Bel-Air R L kinda soft? or is it one of those solid rock and thin saddles?
#26
cycleman
I think it's mainly a weight issue, I've gone for the RL doesn't matter much to me a couple of ounces...


Me to. Thanks to OP.
#27
http://www.silverfish-uk.com/content/reviews_of_sdg-saddles.php?articleshow=340

A few reviews. Rather informative for the infrequent cyclist, like myself!

I just got one...looks like it will replace my Dahon supplied one that doesnt have a "comfort groove" like this one
#28
Just ordered one, thanks!
#29
The more expensive models have rails made of a lighter metal, but for most people not worth paying the price difference. Great for mountain biking and or commuting.Just ordered £15 saddle, free delivery confirmed.
#30
Amazing find!!! I've needed a new saddle for ages but was putting it off because I don't cycle enough to justify it. £15 is a bargain for a great saddle.
#31
voted cold because of op's annoying warning
#32
What ?
#33
voted hot and just ordered myself one. Many thanks to the OP
#34
Heat added - just ordered myself one for my Scott 45 - Nice spot OP...:thumbsup:
#35
Messiah
voted cold because of op's annoying warning


not a reason to vote cold - op (allegedly) being annoying has nothing to do with the hotness or otherwise of op's deal

bought and voted hot
#36
Now up from £15 to £19.95 (and from £27.50 to £32.95 for Ti version).

Still not a bad price, but thread title & top post need to be updated.
#37
The description says steel, not cro-mo ???
#38
Just fitted onto my Giant Yukon, great buy!
#39
Jupiter Obscure
The description says steel, not cro-mo ???


I'm no metallurgist, but isn't chromoly a steel alloy, hence the description of steel rails.

Mine came today, whacked it on my Kona and its pretty darn good. Nice one fella :thumbsup:
#40
arrived - very impressed for the price. should have bought two.

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