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Old 07-22-10, 01:35 PM   #1
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Prologo

So I bought a bike about a month and a half ago and wanted to know a couple of things about it. I searched and can't seem to find information about the saddle. It's a Prologo Phorma. The center has a hole that says "Perineal Area Safety," which I know what it means I just added that info to help identify it. Anyone know about this company? I can't find a webpage for them.
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Old 07-22-10, 02:48 PM   #2
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google is your friend...Prologo is one of the most popular pro level saddles the Phorma is probably a saddle they include on OEM bikes.

http://www.prologotouch.com/

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Wow I feel so silly! I even googled it before too. I think I didn't find it because I was googling "prologo phorma" So is it safe to say that any saddle made under that name is a good quality one? I know some brands make nice stuff, but OE parts might be lower quality.....
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it should be fine as long as your comfy on it I would say its probably not the "lightest" if that is your thing but saddles are personal.

they say edvald boessen hagen uses it for team Sky.

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I just bought a new Cannondale Carbon Synapse 5 and it came with a Pro logo saddle. I was going to pull it off without even trying it out but I took a 50 mile ride on Sunday and this is, without question, the most pain free saddle I have ever had. I know saddles are a very subjective thing but after having put hundreds of miles on my Fizic Arione this is like sitting in an easy chair and nothing falls asleep either.

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