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Old 04-20-12, 05:01 PM   #1
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Info on this saddle

Anyone know more about this saddle and where i might be able to buy one? I bought it three years ago for $20 from a bike shop, it was the most comfortable saddle ive ever owned, then i sold it along with the bike and regretted not keeping the saddle ever since.

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Old 04-20-12, 05:09 PM   #2
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Odyssey is a bmx company, that may be a lead.

But it has been a while since BMX saddles have been that style.
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I'm just here waiting for a gravel riding joke.
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Odyssey-Leat...item19d0119eab

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Odyssey-Team...item519ee40a35

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-School-O...item53ea6a2ef2

Not sure which of the three are the exact saddle. The first two look possible but the last one looks like it may be different.
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Old 04-20-12, 05:37 PM   #5
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Odyssey-Leat...item19d0119eab

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Odyssey-Team...item519ee40a35

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Old-School-O...item53ea6a2ef2

Not sure which of the three are the exact saddle. The first two look possible but the last one looks like it may be different.
Awesome thanks, i actually think its the last one, stitching and texture and logo placement look the same. Too expensive though..
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Old 04-20-12, 06:28 PM   #6
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You can use Google. It's okay, there's no gravel here.
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You should get this one instead:

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Is this the lighter version for easy portage?
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I know what you mean, best saddle ever. I have one, it has a bent rail though.
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You'll never see the dirt on that!!
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are you the mod/adult here?
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are you the mod/adult here?
At some point, I think we can assume that any mod is going to look at a situation where someone is intentionally drawing attention to themselves and either pile on or walk away. It appears that you'd like to see moderators that immediately slap down anything that doesn't resemble a dry, bitter, tech. filed sentence, lacking in anything other than information. I think in this case, there is no technical manual that can be conscripted into anything resembling, for lack of a more appropriate term at this moment, less than a troll or mere bored question thrown out to bait by the OP. I'm sorry if you disagree. Should we never joke, mock or have fun at the expense of being "adults" in the real world?
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At some point, I think we can assume that any mod is going to look at a situation where someone is intentionally drawing attention to themselves and either pile on or walk away. It appears that you'd like to see moderators that immediately slap down anything that doesn't resemble a dry, bitter, tech. filed sentence, lacking in anything other than information. I think in this case, there is no technical manual that can be conscripted into anything resembling, for lack of a more appropriate term at this moment, less than a troll or mere bored question thrown out to bait by the OP. I'm sorry if you disagree. Should we never joke, mock or have fun at the expense of being "adults" in the real world?
I agree that having fun (harmless) is a good thing to have - but I also feel that there is alot of humiliation and bashing that goes on in this forum. Just my opinion
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I agree that having fun (harmless) is a good thing to have - but I also feel that there is alot of humiliation and bashing that goes on in this forum. Just my opinion
There is. You should see the other crap I've seen on the internet that's considered free speech.
In a video game I played for years, it was generally considered friendly to tell someone to Die In a Fire or Eat a Bowl of cancer.
I think this is still pretty tame in comparison.
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Humiliation and bashing is what makes bikes great.
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There is. You should see the other crap I've seen on the internet that's considered free speech.
In a video game I played for years, it was generally considered friendly to tell someone to Die In a Fire or Eat a Bowl of cancer.
That is terrible. The internet is the new evil, for sure... just look at Facebook (ok, just kidding but the damn thing always freezes up my computer!)
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