Our Selection of Comfort Bike Seats
At RideOut Technologies, we pride ourselves on providing a variety of truly comfortable bike seats designed specifically for both men and women. The Carbon Comfort Saddle has become the new standard in the industry for a lightweight, high performance bike seat and is renowned for its comfort and durability. Whether you’re a daily commuter, a long-distance cyclist, bike for fun or bike for work, you know comfort is key. Browse our selection of comfortable bike seats to finally find the seat or saddle you’ve been searching for!
This saddle started a bicycling revolution. Radically different from other bicycle seats, this saddle is optimized for the commuting, touring, cruising and hybrid bike and riders who weigh 175 lbs or less. Utilizing an infused carbon fiber in the base plate which allows the saddle to conform and flex to the rider, the seat absorbs road shock and chatter.
Designed especially for women riders in mind, this seat utilizes the same infused carbon fiber suspension and chromyl rails as its predecessor yet specific for the woman ride who weighs more than 175 lbs.
We are proud to unveil the Storm Quest Saddle. The first bicycle seat designed exclusively for police, campus patrols and airport security applications, optimized for the officer (or other rider) that lives on their bike. The Storm Quest is optimized for men who weight more than 175 lbs or who spend extended hours in the saddle, Working cyclists can finally find the comfort they’ve been searching for.
Reduce arm, wrist and neck fatigue while increasing rider safety. A push button under the rider’s thumb turns the flashing lights on. This enables the riders to signal lane changes while still holding onto the handle bars. Lights are visible from three directions. Be seen to be safe.
You can order worry free with our 30-Day Comfort Guarantee! All orders are shipped USPS Priority Mail.
Questions about the saddles or our other products?
Contact us here or read these helpful articles on choosing the right seat or fitting your new saddle to your bike.
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