At 205 g, the saddle is lightweight, but looks and feels robust. The design and materials were definitely thought out and are durable, something we’ve come to expect from Ergon. There is also a choice between saddle rail colours: red, blue, or stealth (black). After I mounted the saddle, it was time to ride.
Being more aware of the saddle than I usually am, do you know what I noticed? Nothing. In this case, that’s a very good thing.
The saddle works great without really noticing it’s there, but I did feel like my thighs had more control. Taking corners, I could rely on the saddle to support me and I could push through them precisely. My legs and pants moved freely around the saddle and I never had the feeling that I was getting stuck on it. The rounded shape definitely helps with that.