Seat Selector Guide
We have developed what we feel is an easy to understand, seat buyer’s guide that is based on handle bar height relationship to the top of the saddle. Select the link below to begin.
CAPT Doug from Australia
I love the saddle. It was recommended to me during my last bike fit. I find the Type-5 better for many reasons. Firstly the front end is firm and with the reinforcing bar under the nose the front end is stiff (but comfortable). The previous saddle would support unevenly and would impact my hips through the pedal stroke. The Type 5 is also a bit narrower than my previous saddle and better for my position and comfort when I ride fwd. I find the cushioning firm but comfortable enough to be able to spend very long periods in the aero position. I have recommended it to friends.
Danny from Tennessee
Many of these saddles are designed for cyclists who routinely put in a lot of hours and miles on the bike. I got the saddle which is a saddle I thought I needed. It placed too much pressure on my pubic rami and was too firm all around. Thankfully they have a great return policy and will let you try out other saddles. They helped me with my return and suggested the Type T, which is wider and more suited to my 6'1" frame. By far the best saddle I've had and stood up to the test of a 8 hour ride with no issues at all. I highly recommend them if you're an endurance cyclist or triathlete. I also recommend measuring your sits bones and talking to a rep before you order one.
Bart from Alabama
I have been searching for 2 years for the perfect saddle to go on my Trek Speed Concept. My biggest issue with all the other saddles I tried was saddle sores, numbness, and just general discomfort. I literally considered selling my bike because I just could not find a combination of bike fit and saddle that would cure the saddle sores. The Delta P is finally the answer!! The softer and narrower nose in addition to the lower frontal area of the saddle was the exact right combination for me. I can ride for hours and the saddle just disappears. Also, I can also get as aggressive/all the way on the front of the saddle as I want and it stays invisible. If split nose saddles aren't the answer for your Tri bike then I would give this a try.
Twyla from Illinois
I can't say enough about this company! When I purchased my first Cobb saddle I loved it immediately, no "break in" needed! That saddle took me through many triathlons, including Ironman as well as multiple century's and ultras! Naturally, when I was looking to upgrade, I went back to Speed & Comfort.
Not only do they offer a fantastic product, they stand behind it!
Customer service is key with this company!!