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    lightweight saddle

    must be 120mm wide. any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Havoc138
    must be 120mm wide. any suggestions?
    Tioga Spyder 123mm wide
    here's mine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey
    Tioga Spyder 123mm wide
    here's mine..
    how does it feel

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    feels like an SLR.... it hurts!
    no pain no gain. if mt biking was comfy everybody would be doing it

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    best saddle

    The most comfortable and lightweight saddle out there right now is the Bonty Race X lite Pro with carbon rails. A bit pricey, but weighs in at 143 grams. Here it is paired with my extralite post.
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    While the spec on the width is helpful I don't know what you consider light.

    Selle Italia SLK, 136 mm wide, 199 grams. Same shape, more or less, as the SLR, but it actually has this thing called padding, so it's not painful to ride. Split down the middle works as your "prostate protector". I've only got a few ride's on it, but with padded shorts and those ride's being at least 2 hours each I have no complaint's.
    I ..... need ..... DIRT!!!!!

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    120mm width is critical. anything sub 200g. would be good.

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    How wide is the San Marco Aspide?

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