This is Cobb’s original seat with relief channel technology for road cyclists and triathletes.
The V-Flow was originally designed by John Cobb for his wife, Ginger. High performance road and triathlon riders have certain equipment requirements dictated by their body position on the bike. There is a vast difference in the seating positions compared to a recreational rider. In the case of a triathlon bike, the rider is rotated much more forward, riding on a completely different part of the pelvis area. The design of the V-Flow is made to complement this style of riding with its narrower width and pressure relief channel.
|KEY FEATURES||FIRST COBB SADDLE, NARROW REAR, STRAIGHT SIDES, THIGH AND HAMSTRING RELIEF|
|SEAT RAIL||HOLLOW CHRO-MOLY|
|REAR WIDTH||130 mm|
|FRONT WIDTH||35 mm|
|RELIEF CHANNEL||18 mm X 90 mm|
|RAIL LENGTH||75 mm|