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November 14, 2019
For my bikes that are more geared towards longer days in the saddle rather than ripping the trails, or blitzing the town, there is only one saddle I'll use. Selle Anatomica's leather X2 with the companies modular frame. That said, Selle Anatomica makes an extensive line of saddles for those looking to pamper their bottom.
I've been riding Selle Anatomica bicycle seats for well over a decade and besides the comfort aspect for longer rides I really appreciate that they are Made in the USA! The company is based in San Diego these days but it got its start in rural Wisconsin not that far from the Everyday Cycles shop in Milwaukee. In fact, they still have the leather tanned here in Milwaukee!
Coming very soon! Something new from Selle Anatomica!
I am super excited about the new R2 bike saddle from Selle Anatomica and the weatherproof, rubber top and we've got a couple on the way!
The Selle Anatomica R2 is also their most affordable saddle with the next generation modular frame. The unique tensionable rubber top is a first for the cycling industry. R2 is ideal for touring, commuting, and riding in all weather conditions.
The new frame used with all Series 2 saddles is lighter weight, stronger, and user serviceable. Series 2 saddles can be upgraded with Carbon Fiber rails and you can swap in different rubber or leather tops depending on your needs.
Like all Selle Anatomica saddles, this one is Made in the USA!
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Folks! We love testing and using the products we sell. In fact, our experiences with the companies that we represent, and the products they make, directly inform our decisions to work with specific brands. Our offerings at Everyday Cycles are all chosen as a direct result of using, and living with, the items you see on our website and in our retail store at 826 E Locust St. in Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood.
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