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    Tioga Spyder Twin-tail

    I was wondering if anyone has tried these saddles - specifically the twin tail. I saw this in an ad last night and thought it looked awesome. Of course performance, fit etc. is key.

    Proof that I do search stuff out beforehand, I did find a 3yr old thread on the original Spyder and it's here: Anyone tried this saddle, Tioga Syder?

    Another forum online (a thread came up in my google search) indicated that one guy thought the Spyder was a little heavy @ 144g while others seemed to think it's light.

    I don't know.


    No, this shouldn't be in the Podium girls section based on the title... ;)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Tioga Spyder Twin-tail-spyder_1_lg.jpg   Tioga Spyder Twin-tail-spyder_2_lg.jpg  

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    Oops - those pics aren't of Twin tail... I'll reply with some more.

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    Here are the pics.
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    And geez, I don't know if that interbike photo is of a twin-tail. Sorry.

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    Looks like just the thing for a double century.
    Before you criticize someone walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them you'll be a mile away & you'll have their shoes.

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    As long as you're wearing bibs/shorts, the Spyders are - believe it or not - very comfortable.

    Ex-boss had one on his SS MTB. It was much better than I expected.
    Other countries need to stop hatin' or we'll unfriend them. - Christine

    Apparently I left my reading comprehension glasses in my ass. - DrRoebuck

    Still, it felt great and I felt like I was sitting on some kind of vibrator -Touch0Gray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Versatile
    Looks like just the thing for a double century.

    That saddle reminds me of some equipment that the Spanish Inquisition used...
    Man. You are all stuped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatyPius
    As long as you're wearing bibs/shorts, the Spyders are - believe it or not - very comfortable.

    Riding through puddles would have to suck.
    Man. You are all stuped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc
    Riding through puddles would have to suck.
    Or riding nekkid....
    Other countries need to stop hatin' or we'll unfriend them. - Christine

    Apparently I left my reading comprehension glasses in my ass. - DrRoebuck

    Still, it felt great and I felt like I was sitting on some kind of vibrator -Touch0Gray

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