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Cobb Cycling
Randee Saddle

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Fine and dandy.

Keep calm and pedal on with Cobb Cycling's Randee saddle. Developed over two years by John Cobb, this ergonomic saddle provides the perfect starting point for bikepackers and endurance athletes alike. Whether you've got a 5 day bikepacking trip planned or there's a Gran Fondo coming up next month, the Randee's pressure relieving channel and supportive foam padding will keep you pedaling mile after mile.

 

Saddle Type: Cut-Away Saddles 

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by Slowski
Portsmouth NH

Installed the Brandee saddle on my Salsa mountain bike. Adjusted it to properly fit using the Cobb installation video. It is a very comfortable ride with no break in and I am sure I can ride long distances without discomfort.

Reviewed 5/4/2017
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by Woj
Cycling Enthusiast
Fortuna, CA
3 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

This is a good quality saddle but it was uncomfortable for me. I've tried just about every saddle out there and have yet to find one that is comfortable for me. The longer I rode, the more uncomfortable it felt. My chiropractor says that my pelvis is tilted and rotated which probably accounts for saddles not feeling comfortable.

Reviewed 6/22/2017
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