Selle San Marco Concor Racing Team Saddle
No saddle is as legendary as the Concor. During the cycling revolution of the '80s, it took the greatest riders to victories in the World Championships, Grand Tour and Classic races, sharing the triumph of champions like Hinault, Saronni, Armstrong and Bettini. No saddle became as mythical as the Concor with a world of success.
The legend goes on. Concor. An icon. Now much lighter. San Marco revamps the Concor, presenting the evolution of this historical model. The new saddle keeps all the skills of the previous versions (the Concor Light and the Concor Supercorsa), but it is considerably lighter, thanks to the use of innovative materials.
Bio FoamA challenge: managing to obtain better comfort in the saddles with gel inserts, lower weight and lasting greater resistance. BioFoam padding is the San Marco solution. The Biodynamic structure that follows the movements of the pelvis during pedalling, guarantees comfort, reduced weight, lasting resistance and ideal support. The "closed cells" surface assures the water repellency of the padding
C.F.R.PShell with variable carbon percentage according to the needs or performance required for the saddle. The lengthened carbon fibre reinforces the shell to obtain a very strong, flexible and light material. This mix of materials enables the shell to keep its shape unchanged through years
XSiLiteLighter and stronger than titanium, Xsilite was born as material of research for the pro riders saddles. It has a high percentage of silicon (hence the name) together with particles of titanium and carbon. The result is a material with high static toughness, strong like titanium but at the same time lighter
MicroFeelThis cover is breathable and hard wearing. This material also offers better adherence to the padding, emphasizing the ergonomic shapes of the saddle. It is less deformable and lighter than traditional materials. The particular surface assures an anti-skid effect with an extraordinary grip on the saddle. Its composition respects the standards of biocompatibility