A saddle's main role is to keep our engine comfortably supported, and PRO's Turnix Hollow Saddle does this with a deep bucket that lets us settle in for the long miles that define endurance cycling. Regardless of whether your personal take on "endurance cycling" means charity centuries, cobblestone epics, or combination of both, the Turnix's shape is more than capable of enduring—after all, it was tested on Roubaix's 157.5 mile course in 2015, where it carried Degenkolb across the stones to Germany's second win in the race.
This particular species of the Turnix genus is defined by two characteristics: it's lack of a central channel and its hollow, titanium rails. For us, this means it's built for support and durability, promising to maintain a steady pedaling platform that gives a bit of engineered flex to absorb bumps and chatter without turning into a trampoline when you pedal in anger. The saddle's pronounced rear bucket rotates your hips forward slightly to keep you on top of the pedal stroke, increasing efficiency by "coaching" your posture.
- A saddle with a deep bucket for endurance cycling
- Rear scoop rotates hips forward for more efficient pedaling
- Shell and rails conspire to provide support and engineered flex
- Lightweight padding absorbs chatter and cushions your engine