Mcfk Carbon Saddle

Mcfk Carbon Saddle
Mcfk Carbon Saddle
Mcfk Carbon Saddle
Mcfk Carbon Saddle
Mcfk Carbon Saddle

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Specifications
Construction full carbon fiber
Widths 125 mm
130 mm
135 mm
Length 260 mm
Rail Diameter 7x9 mm oval
Use road, cross country, cyclocross
Rider Weight Limit 90 kg (198 lbs)
Weight
Gloss 79.8 grams
Matte 76.1 grams
Padded 87.1 grams
Mcfk Carbon Saddle 125 mm Gloss $330.00 Notify Me When Available
Mcfk Carbon Saddle 125 mm Padded $355.00 In Stock
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Mcfk Carbon Saddle 135 mm Matte $340.00 Notify Me When Available

Details

Mcfk's full carbon saddle was designed with a focus on comfort and durability, with a resulting low weight inherent in the material used. Like many full carbon saddles, the Mcfk features a thin and flexible shell that makes the use of additional padding unnecessary but sometimes wanted. The leather padded version offers more control and less sliding around when in the drops. This saddle features a fairly wide nose and a smooth transition from front to rear - excellent features for long rides and varied efforts where it is desirable to occasionally shift position to maintain comfort. Each Mcfk Carbon Saddle is available is 3 widths, making it possible to perfect your fit and dial in your ride.

This saddle's full carbon ovalized rails are expertly bonded to the shell for maximum security. The rails (as well as the rest of the saddle) are finished with a layer of woven carbon for added strength and impact resistance. The shape of the rails allow this saddle to be used with most modern seatposts, except those that clamp the rails from the sides.

Mcfk saddles are manufactured in Germany, and feature a two-year warranty against defects in materials and manufacturing.

Installation

As with any carbon component, care should be taken to ensure proper assembly. To avoid localized damage to the carbon rails, the seatpost's rail clamps should be inspected prior to installation. The rail clamps' edges should have smooth transitions where they contact the rails. Often, rail clamps can be modified through careful filing to improve this interface. The careful application of bolt torque is also an important consideration. Never go beyond manufacturer's specifications, and use a torque wrench whenever possible.