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Old 07-01-06, 09:08 AM
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What are your thoughts on this seat?

https://www.sellesanmarco.com/products/magma_mgc.asp

I held it at a local shop and it feels like tin foil stretched over carbon fibre...

But it still looks like it has potential for comfort.

It isn't the padding that matters, more the shape.
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I'm looking at ordering one of these. Anybody ridden one?
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i havn't ridden one, but i would encourage you to, becuase i would like real-world feedback on that one.
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A few people over at weight weenies had tried it out if I recall. There didn't seem to be much flex in the shell but paired with quality shorts/bibs a few of them found it comfortable.
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Originally Posted by evanatorx
What are your thoughts on this seat?

https://www.sellesanmarco.com/products/magma_mgc.asp

I held it at a local shop and it feels like tin foil stretched over carbon fibre...

But it still looks like it has potential for comfort.

It isn't the padding that matters, more the shape.
What the heck is the link? Some internet security company?
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Old 11-03-06, 03:55 PM
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my LBS has one, it has been returned 3X.
It's not carbon at all, its a sheet of magnesium.
Stupid price.

Oh, the exposed rivets tear lycra shorts.

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Try this link: https://www.sellesanmarco.com/2007/300h013.asp
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