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The right saddle for female road cyclists. In the average female anatomy, the pubic symphysis (front cartilage connecting the two halves of the pelvis) is positioned lower by a quarter than in a male pelvis, and the angle of the pubic bones towards each other is wider. Furthermore, mobility is higher in women, so when in the saddle, their pelvis often rocks further forwards. This can create high pressure in the genital area. The center relief, which is positioned far at the front, as well as the wider saddle flanks (V shaped) help distribute the emerging pressure over the bony structures of the sitting area. Particularly innovative: Relief inlays in the seat and genital area. Intensely developed and tested by the Canyon//SRAM UCI women’s team, the fastest women in the world.
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