The right saddle for female racing cyclists. For anatomical reasons, the pubic joint (front cartilage connection of the two pelvic halves) is on average 1/4 lower than in a male pelvis and the angle between the pubic bones is wider. Furthermore, the mobility of women is higher, which often causes the pelvis on the saddle to tilt more forward. This often leads to high pressure in the genital area.
Thanks to the frontal relief opening and the wide saddle flanks (V-shape), the emerging pressure is reliably distributed to the bony structures of the seating area. Especially innovative: Relief inlays in the seat and genital area.
The Ergon SR Pro is the first choice of world champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot. Flat but still comfortably upholstered. The shape and relief fit exactly to the female anatomy in a bent forward position typical for racing bikes