SMD2 Pro Titanium
- Made for Downhill
- The choice of many pros
- Flawless Race Saddle
€ 149,95 (With VAT**)
*Weights may vary in production. **Price can vary by country.
The SMD2 is designed to guide the bike on the track and in the air. The entire surface design is adapted to the inclined orientation of the saddle, allowing the rider complete freedom of movement downhill.
Thanks to the anti-slip surface, you have optimum support and control if seated. In addition, the SMD2 has a durable and easy-care microfiber cover that holds up throughout the most demanding conditions. The shape of the saddle corresponds to the typical downhill motion sequence – for a smooth descent.
The outer edge padding of the SMD2 series ensures maximum protection and best leg guidance when riding. This feature also reduces discomfort to the inner thigh.
The saddle has an extra-flat, short rear without edges. This provides maximum tire clearance when the rear suspension is compressed, allowing for the saddle to be mounted at maximum depth.
The SMD2 Pro Titanium is constructed of a stable yet ultra-lightweight frame made of solid titanium. This provides more durability in case of a crash.
“To me control means, being in control with my bike and my body as well as my mind. Control is especially important when it comes to downhill.”
“Still like new after months of use!”
– Rider Addict 02/2018
“Has perfect shape for diagonal mounting; flanks of saddle top for guiding the bike.”
– Velomotion PraxisTest 12/2017, Kategorie „MTB-Parts”, Note: „sehr gut“
“It’s a good way to get the bike over the saddle.”
– GRAVITY 04/2017
“The SMD2 delivers what it promises, and does so in a special way. Anyone who thinks saddle choice is unimportant downhill will change their mind with this product.”
– pinkbike 11/2016
“My first impression of the SMD2 prototype concerned the dimension. Exactly the right length, especially at the saddle nose for better control plus the grip and the stability of the rear surface. I could move freely, but had lateral contact with the inner leg when necessary. These were definitely the key facts for me.”
– Fabien Barel, 3-facher Downhill-Weltmeister