As cyclists, we know that the most important attribute of a great saddle is for it to disappear beneath us as we ride. It should be void of our thoughts and allow us to focus on the road or trail ahead, the riders around us, and to absorb the experience that being on a bike brings. That’s why we have developed our TRI S program.
TRI S program
When a cyclist sits on the saddle there are three points of contact that are subjected to the most pressure: two at the back in the ischial area and one at the front in the perineal area. These points vary according to the “size” of the pelvis and the muscle structure. When designing a shell for a saddle, the TRI S PROGRAM aims to identify the different pressure points so that the saddle will suit as many cyclists as possible by increasing the lateral support surface for the bones in the ischium and designing a central channel far enough forward to relieve pressure on the perineum. This knowledge has enabled us to produce a very versatile range of saddles that meets the needs of professional and amateur cyclists with different types of muscle structures and pelvises. This technique has been used to design all the saddles in our collection and is the core of our design process.