ISM Adamo Road Saddle

 
5.0 stars
 (3 Reviews)
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Description

ISM's Adamo Road Saddle delivers excellent support and comfort for road riding and also racing time trials and/or triathlons in the aero position. This unique seat has a split-nose design with a large cutaway to eliminate pressure and increase your pedaling efficiency. It has generous gel and foam padding for cushioning. You also get long chromoly rails for plenty of fore/aft adjustment, a spot for hooking the seat on the bike rack during triathlon transitions and this fine seat meets or exceeds the rules of road racing and triathlon too.

Features & Info

Length: 245mm
Width: 135mm

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(3 reviews)

66% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable  (2)
  • Easy to use  (2)
  • Comfortable 
  • Lightweight 
  • Long rides 
  • Reduced pain 

Cons

Best Uses

  • Road bikes 

 
5.0
Mar 27, 2015

Looks odd but works great

Pros:
Long rides, Reduced Pain
Cons:
Best Uses:
I,m 245lb and enjoy riding my road bike for 70+ miles at a time. However, with a herniated lower back disk, the standard saddle on my Trek 1.1 was causing a lot of pain. My local store recommended this saddle and let me try it for a week. It took 3 - 4 rides (approx 160 miles) to get used to it but was well worth it. Before riding on the drops became painful quickly, now its my favorite and most comfortable position and has increased my average speed. Seemed a lot to spend on saddle compared to the cost of the whole bike but it has transformed my ride and I've saved plenty of money on chiropractor bills!
by David from Naples, Florida

 
4.0
Oct 15, 2012

Transformed the way I ride

Pros:
Durable, Lightweight, Easy to Use
Cons:
Best Uses:
Road Bikes
I bought the Adamo Road saddle to reduce pain but got much more. I had a very good saddle, but after about 10 miles I would feel like my girl parts were being cut. I had to adjust my shorts every few minutes to releave pain and roll my hips back to take the pressure off the sensitive tissue in the front. The most comfortable way to sit on the Adamo is forward on the break leavers or aero bars with my hips tilted forward so my chest is open. My body position is better, breathing is easier, and my cadence improved. It's not as soft as my old saddle so my sit bones get a little bruised if I sit too upright, but riding forward I have no pain, even after 20+ miles.
by Anne W. from Arlington, VA

 
5.0
Aug 17, 2012

Excellent Saddle

Pros:
Comfortable, Durable, Easy to Use
Cons:
Best Uses:
If you are not finding yourself compatible with standard saddles I highly recommend that you try one of these. It will made a great difference for me.
by Don from Oviedo, FL