Prologo debuted their Dimension saddle line last fall, then added an enduro-oriented NDR model and a wider Space size earlier this year. Now, they’ve added two CPC versions, one for road and one for mountain bikes. Check those posts for full details on the Dimension concept, but basically the idea is to blend the fit and performance of all their other saddles into a modern, short-nose design that works for the vast majority of riders.

prologo dimension saddles get cpc vibration damping material on the cover to reduce rider fatigue

The CPC versions take their F1-inspired vibration damping material and add it to the cover.

prologo dimension saddles get cpc vibration damping material on the cover to reduce rider fatigue

Prices start at €99 for the CPC versions with chromoly rails, €259 with Nack carbon rails (159g to 169g), and €159 with TiRox (189g to 198g). They measure 245×143.

new Prologo Proxim e-bike saddle line debuts with eMTB specific bike seat

More and more component brands are answering the growth of e-Bikes with parts made specifically for electric assist bicycles. Prologo’s first entry is this eMTB saddle, coming in under the new Proxim banner, and this W650 saddle.

Why a special saddle for e-Bikes, you ask? There are a few good reasons they need to be different. The biggest is that the bikes are heavier, so if you do wreck, the saddle needs to be able to handle that load when it smashes into the ground. So, Prologo reinforced the shell, then added a handle to the rear to make it easier to lift the bike for storage, repair, etc.

new Prologo Proxim e-bike saddle line debuts with eMTB specific bike seat

The shell was also designed to handle a new multi-sector foam design, which puts different foams in different places to move with you as you pedal. The wings of the shell also flex with you, and the tip of the nose has a bit of flex, too. Lastly, the center channel relieves pressure, which is good because e-bike riders tend to stay seated more than analog riders.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. OMFG…who came up with the term “analog riders”…did you? just now? Not it. No way. Never gonna use that again…ever…

  2. I wonder why Prologo has soo many variants of the same product, how do they expect dealers to keep stock of all the options and to be able to recommend the right model to the customer? And I guess for the customer, if there’s no local dealer, buying it online is out of option as there’s just too many models.

    • You think they have too many of the same version, have a look at SMP. It’s eye watering how many saddles they have that are near identical, with very minor tweaks. No idea how any shop could ever stock them all, nor how anyone is supposed to try every version to find the best fitting one.

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