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Bontrager Hilo Comp Triathlon Bike Saddle

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£59.99 Model 13871
A fast and sleek split support zone saddle that offers comfort and support for all-out TT and Tri efforts.
A fast and sleek split support zone saddle that offers comfort and support for all-out TT and Tri efforts.
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Comfort at any speed

Unlock power and speed with Hilo Comp, a fast and sleek split support zone saddle that offers comfort and support for all-out TT and Tri efforts. Hilo Comp is designed for symmetric and stable pedalling in multiple positions and features a strategic dual-layer foam that maximises comfort, so you can maximise your effort.

Key features

  1. Aerodynamic Posture 1 is the most forward pelvic rotation, common in triathlons
  2. The split support zone eliminates soft-tissue pressure for a more powerful rotated position
  3. The saddle nose structure is designed for stable and symmetric pedalling
  4. A strategic dual layer foam provides a soft top layer for comfort and a firm base for support
  5. Channel Flex on the bottom of the shell for added compliance
  6. inForm BioDynamic products optimise your natural movement for sustained, higher performance
  7. The available Speed Storage system securely holds water bottles, tube and inflater

Features

Hilo Comp Saddle

A fast and sleek saddle that offers comfort and support for all-out TT and Tri efforts.

Consistent power

The unique split-support zone saddle offers comfort and support for stable, symmetrical pedalling.

Integrated storage

The Integrated Speed Storage system securely holds your necessities without added drag.

Comfort through science

inForm BioDynamic products optimise your natural movement for sustained, higher performance.

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