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Challenger Mountain Bike Seat

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Finally a truly comfortable seat designed for mountain bikes or any bike with a straight handle bar.

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Description

Comfort is created two ways: First: the patented “double cross-bow” infused carbon fiber base plate absorbs bumps. Second: the ergonomic padded top with bio-density foam provides for a great ride mile after mile. This bike saddle is suitable for both male and female riders up to 300 lbs.
Biking in single track demands a seat with a horn long enough to hold between your legs and thin enough to slide forward of the rider. This seat’s built in suspension and multi-density foam top support your “sit” bones and provide just enough cushion to comfort your behind. Finally, a truly comfortable seat optimized for fat bikes, mountain bikes and any straight bar bikes.
The Challenger weighs in at just 385 grams and comes bag ready with a built-in bag clip. This seat will set a new bar in comfort and performance. Don’t let your old hard seat keep you off the trail, shred all day on the Challenger by RideOut.

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3 reviews for Challenger Mountain Bike Seat

  1. Matt Sprinkle

    I love this seat!

  2. Great Outdoors Northwest

    RideOut Technologies, the makers of comfortable bicycle seats, has come out with a new mountain bike seat that weighs in at just 385 grams.

    Called the Challenger, the seat uses a patented “crossbow suspension” of infused carbon fiber, which offers two underlying leaf springs to absorb road bumps and allow the seat to flex slightly with the rider’s movements. The Challenger will set a new bar in comfort and performance, says Jeri Rutherford, owner of RideOut Technologies.

    Rutherford, of Boise, who is an avid cyclist, intends to get more Americans biking by creating comfortable bike seats. When interviewed, 85 percent of Americans say they don’t ride bikes because of seat pain.

    Rutherford considers herself the only independent bicycle seat designer in the Pacific Northwest and is almost certain that she is the only female seat designer in the U.S.

    The company also markets other seats that are sold worldwide and have brought many people back into cycling because of seat comfort, she says.

    RideOut Technologies uses advanced materials and university testing to produce the most comfortable bicycle saddles, she says. For the last seven years Rutherford’s Carbon Comfort and Storm Quest seats have been sold worldwide, setting the standard in comfort and performance and now adding now to the lineup-the Challenger mountain bike seat.

    Biking in single track demands a seat with a horn long enough to hold between your legs and thin enough to slide forward of the rider. This seat’s built in suspension and multi-density foam top support your “sit” bones and provide just enough cushion to comfort your behind. Rutherford calls it a truly comfortable seat optimized for the straight bar bikes.

    I tried the seat out on my mountain bike and was surprised by the weight and comfort.

    It comes bag ready with a built-in bag clip. The Challenger will set a new bar in comfort and performance.

    RideOut Technologies uses advance materials and university testing to produce the most comfortable bicycle saddles. For the last seven years the Carbon Comfort and Storm Quest seats have been sold worldwide, setting the standard in comfort and performance and now adding now to the lineup-the Challenger mountain bike seat.

  3. Boise Weekly

    For a cozier caboose
    Bike seats have come a long way since the wood-and-leather butt rests on velocipedes. Better materials like foam padding, plastic surfacing and aluminum frames have made them softer, but comfort is still a leading reason why some people are reluctant to hop on their bikes. One Boise company, RideOut Technologies, has taken up the challenge of designing mountain bike seats for even the most sensitive riders. RideOut uses leading-edge materials and university testing to design its saddles. Its new model, Challenger, features a flared, carbon fiber “crossbow” suspension for optimized support for tushes and sit bones. Weighing in at 385 grams, it’s a perfect saddle for singletrack that won’t leave your caboose feeling burned after a ride.

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