Known for premium bike travel cases, Scicon is hopping into (onto?) the saddle market with a new Elan Carbon ergonomic performance saddle, building on years of industry expertise and an in-house bike fitting division. At the same time, established saddle making veterans Velo are celebrating their 40th anniversary with a special Angel TT saddle, plus smaller junior version & a Prevail TT model. And lastly, unique modular saddle maker Repente has introduced a new Revo collection collaboration, bringing a new look to their interchangeable saddle covers.
We got an early first look at Italian saddle maker Repente’s newest, more affordable Prime & Spyd modular saddle designs at Eurobike. But now they are back with a special edition of their original lightweight carbon Aleena & Comptus saddles in a collaboration with the fixed crit Revo Racing Team.
Taking advantage of their unique modular design that allows the saddle tops to be swapped with any of their saddle base frames, you can either buy a complete saddle in their new Revo Collection, or purchase one of the new colorful saddle tops for your existing Repente saddle.
The solid Comptus 4.0 Revo Collection tops sell for 129€, or the pressure relief cutout Aleena 4.0 Revo Collection tops for 139€ a piece. Complete Revo Collection saddles sell for 338€ or 328€ respectively including the lightweight carbon fiber base frame & rails. All Revo options are available in team green, gray, red & yellow, direct from Repente.
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