The Flite Gel Flow is a great decision for the rider who has slender sit bones and likes a ton of cushioning and an anatomical pattern. It is lightweight, strong, and will be at home on a wide range of kinds of bicycles. Tastefully satisfying, it will improve the appearance of any bicycle, and likely assist you with shaving a touch of weight contrasted with your OE specked seat. It is smaller, somewhat lighter, and offers additional cushioning.
The Flite Gel Flow is a truly agreeable seat. It offers liberal cushioning, the absolute thickest of any of our test saddles. The calfskin cover takes into account simple development. A full anatomical pattern gives pressure help to delicate zones. At 130mm in width, it is to some degree limited. This was the main region that brought its general solace score down.
By and large, we found the presentation of the Flite Gel Flow to be awesome. It permits the rider to get into a forceful position, and the anatomical pattern eases pressure when down in the drops on a street bicycle. The Flite Gel Flow has extremely thick cushioning, which we discovered to be somewhat of an exhibition determent, particularly while climbing. There is an almost negligible difference between something over the top and too small cushioning with regards to superior seats, and we feel that the Flite Gel Flow has all in all too much when contrasted with a seat, for example, the Specialized Phenom that finds some kind of harmony.
The Flite Gel Flow is an adaptable seat, amazing for street, mountain, and cyclocross use. We even loved it for driving obligations where it’s thick cushioning turns out to be a greater amount of a quality than an impediment. The main element that brings down its adaptability is the pattern, which permits mud and water tossed from the wheel an immediate way to the shorts. Be that as it may, this is a disadvantage of any seat with a pattern.
We by and large ding burden with uncovered creases, particularly on the top or sides of the seat where they are presented to the most scraped area from rider development. In spite of the uncovered creases, the Flite Gel Flow has demonstrated to be truly sturdy, even with a lengthy visit on the cyclocross bicycle where it was routinely presented to sand, water, and mud. The absence of side guards, or if nothing else a harder material on the sides like the Specialized Phenom, kept it from the most elevated rating.
Italian hustling saddles are not modest. You will probably pay over $150 for the Flite Gel Flow, making it one of the pricier alternatives in the experimental group. On the off chance that you discover this seat to be a match made in paradise for your life structures, at that point get it. Something else, there are various different seats that offer huge numbers of similar qualities at a lower cost, including the Editors’ Choice Specialized Phenom and the Selle SMP Extra Saddle.