Photo: Oliver Baker

Pro Aerofuel


$200, Pro-bikegear.com

The draw: Great for road bikes with aerobars

Pro’s second generation AeroFuel saddle replaces its original model with a softer and more traditional design. This saddle features a generous pressure-relief section but is not fully split to the saddle nose, so you’ll have to sit a little farther back on this seat than others for comfort. Those with wider hips and who do not ride with a very forward rotated pelvis—in particular triathletes who ride road bikes with clip-on aerobars—will do well with this saddle due to the wide pressure-relief groove and the wide supporting structure of the rear of the saddle, which performs well when sitting a bit more upright. This saddle features an effective rubberized anti-slip treatment.

– Saddle reviews by Jonathan Blyer