ASISTA Royal Rok Saddle
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- Royalgel padding reduces pressure peaks by up to 40
- striking, wide shape without saddle nose
- 90° sitting position
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The Rok Woman is the ultimate saddle for a comfortable ride in the relaxed riding position Suspension system: Coil Spring Padding Surface material: Synthetic Additional Information: - Royalgel padding reduces pressure peaks by up to 40 - Striking, wide shape without saddle nose - 90° sitting position Metal material: Steel alloy Weight: 905 g Clamp system: Patent Intended use: Urban/Commuting Saddle Size Length: 134 mm Width: 220 mm
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This saddle was very easy to fit. (I did have to purchase a new saddle clamp but only because the existing one on her Raleigh bike was difficult to use once I'd removed the old saddle).
My wife did note that, due to the shape of the saddle, she felt as though she were falling forward while riding. I've since raised the handlebars and this new upright ride position is (apparently) much better.
In summary, some adjustment may be required and it takes a few minutes to get used to it but it's worth it for the huge difference in comfort.
I stayed off the bike for a couple of days for my nether regions to recover and research some saddles. There are some very expensive saddles about claiming to reduce saddle sores and bum pain but without being able to try them I really didn't want to pay out a fortune.
The Selle Royal ROK is a reasonable price to take a risk on and with Amazon's great returns policy I thought I'd give it a go.
I have to say that I will NOT be returning the saddle because I can now cycle miles more than I did before without even thinking about being uncomfortable. It takes a bit of getting used to as it flexes on the springs so you feel like you're wobbling about a bit but after a few minutes to don't even notice that.
I would really recommend this to anyone who is suffering from sore and numb 'bits' and doesn't mind that it looks a little unusual.