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Anybody have a Selle San Marco Concor?

Old 05-04-06, 02:17 AM
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Anybody have a Selle San Marco Concor?

A.K.A. "The Lance Saddle"?

Why do you like it? Comfy as a Brooks?
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it's Concor, not Contor
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I have both the Concor and the Concor Light - which is the Lance Saddle.

The Concor is pretty good but not as good as the Regal. The Concor Light is a completely different saddle - a lot narrower, almost no kickup in the back and VERY light in the titanium rail version.

But not very comfortable since it's on the very edge of being too narrow.
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I'm still riding an original perf leather concor on one of my bikes that I found NOS , once you get the angle dialled-in its not bad and definitely wider than the concor light. I think I bought it out of nostalgia for the one on my late-80s slx colnago. Like most things nostalgic its not as great as I remembered, I think saddles have gotten better but its ok for under 2 hour rides. The concor-lite is a totally different animal and slightly narrow for me.
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I recently gave away a Concor America, didn't care too much for it.
I ride both a Regal and a Fizik Aliante, and call me crazy but there is a similiarity
between the two. I prefer the aliante (at least this week).
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