What are the dimensions of the Shimano pro Turnix?
Saddles Part 8 – new SHIMANO PRO TURNIX Reviewed SADDLES TESTED SHIMANO PRO TURNIX SPECIALIZED MODEL TURNIX TITANIUM ROMIN EVO EXPERT WIDTH FRONT (1″) 38.00mm 38.4mm WIDTH MID (5″) 57.00mm 60.00mm WIDTH REAR WIDEST 141.2mm 143mm
Should I get a Turnix or a Romin?
Both are bucket seats, both are comfortable, but sitting in a saddle is much more comfortable than sitting on top of a saddle. The ROMIN matches my style better than the TURNIX. Again, the TURNIX is a great saddle, but for a cyclist that likes a more padded saddle.
How comfortable is the Turnix saddle?
The profile of the TURNIX is identical to the ROMIN and the TURNIX is a comfortable, light saddle. Construction and choice of materials is excellent but the (a) hard shell/extra padding and (b) that the cutout doesn’t go far enough forward forces me to give this saddle a 4/5.
What is the difference between the Falcon and Turnix for 2021?
For 2021, the redesigned Falcon saddle is optimized for the most aggressive rider positions. The Falcon has flat side and rear profiles for flexible riders that maintain a stable position on the saddle. For 2021, the redesigned Turnix saddle is tuned for riders with a neutral riding position.
Is the Turnix carbon worth the money?
The Turnix Carbon is no exception. It has full carbon rails, weighs just 155g and, though not exactly cheap for a saddle, costs significantly less than you’d pay for a similar quality seat from the likes of Selle Italia and Fi’zi:k.
How comfortable are the Turnix carbon rails?
The carbon rails enter the rear in two moulded wing sections that are separate from the saddle’s hull, creating plenty of flex and adding to the overall comfort. The Turnix’s soft-touch cover has just enough texture to grip in the dry, though we would have preferred a little more hold in wet conditions.