So it goes.
Join Date: Aug 2005
Bikes: late 80's Pinarello Track, 1988 Proteus Yamaguchi road, 1970's Nishiki fg conversion (stolen and returned!)
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I broke my Sella Italia SLR. Despite how thin the SLR is, it was actually the most comfortable saddle i have had.
How does one do this? Well, *i think* it was while I was drunk, trackstanding at a light, and in the pouring rain. And then I fell over because my glasses fogged up. I was gonna try to glue the seat but then i realized one of the rails was bent.
Have many of you guys broken saddles? Are these thin/light Carbon saddles just really easy to break? I want another, but i don't need to start an expensive habit.
Or am I in denial about my weight problem?
There are two breaks. One down the center and one on the right side of the pic.
Last edited by MDRawk; 11-20-05 at 11:05 AM.