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All-Wings EVO 4.0 Super Hornet takes flight with padded saddle design for the longest rides

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Taiwanese saddle manufacturer, All-Wings, has introduced the EVO 4.0 Super Hornet to its line-up of radical-looking bicycle saddles. This one is positioned as a saddle for ultra-endurance riding; journeys where distance exceeds 150 km, and for riders who who prefer to do away with a chamois. It is the first All-Wings saddle to feature integrated EVA foam, positioned exclusively at the sit bone region either side of a deep cut-out region at the center. Here’s what we know so far.

All-Wings EVO 4.0 Super Hornet

The EVO 4.0 weighs in at a claimed 190g, constructed with a Nylon platform on a one-piece CrMo rail, with a lightweight EVA foam at the sit bone area. It does not replace the original non-padded Falcon saddle first shown at Taipei Cycle Show back in 2019. This one is slightly smaller and lighter than the EVO 3.0 Falcon, with a length of just 13.5 cm and a width of 28 cm. Stack height from the rail to the top of the saddle is 7 cm. The maximum rider weight is 100 kg.

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Could the All-Wings EVO 4.0 Super Hornet saddle be everything you need and nothing you don’t?

The EVO 4.0 Super Hornet saddle can be ridden in what All-Wings call Battle Mode, or Grand Touring Mode, relating to rides of 150 km per day, and 300 km per day, respectively. Battle mode is essentially bare, with the Grand Touring Mode including 5mm EVA foam, said to eliminate the need for a chamois.

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The sit bone region is situated just inboard of the “outer rail”, permitting some degree of vertical flex between the weight bearing portion and the central region clamped to the seat post

We’ve asked All-Wings to provide us with more information relating to fit, as well as information of pricing and availability. Watch this space.

All-Wings.com

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paquo
paquo
10 months ago

lol

Angstrom
Angstrom
10 months ago

What, no laser cannon? Not interested. 😉

Michael Cassie
Michael Cassie
10 months ago

Checks date, nope it’s not April 1st.

Brenden
Brenden
10 months ago

Your link is for a star wars game site. Not the link for the saddle maker.

Kristi Benedict
Admin
10 months ago
Reply to  Brenden

Thanks, Brenden, we’ve updated it.

Shane
Shane
10 months ago

The Link brings you to Star Wars merch

Jackalope
10 months ago
Reply to  Shane

You weren’t kidding…

Douglas
Douglas
10 months ago
Reply to  Shane

The article missed the .tw TLD.

Steve
Steve
10 months ago

Tried the predecessor, you can’t get behind your seat comfortably when on steep downhills! The seat is just too wide.

Gillis
Gillis
10 months ago

Not a single image of someone actually using that thing. Real strong promotion by the company.

Vincent Tseng
28 days ago
Reply to  Gillis

A lot of pictures already.

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GaryV
GaryV
10 months ago

I want one of these for my garden tractor!

Jay
Jay
10 months ago

The correct URL (for the English version) is https://www.all-wings.com.tw/index_E.aspx

Jim E
Jim E
10 months ago

What’s its Lift-to-Drag ratio?

Chin chin chin
Chin chin chin
10 months ago

Looks like something that you would fix on your car window and have dinner with in a drive theatre

Will
Will
10 months ago

unicycle (unicorn) sold seperately

mud
mud
10 months ago

So if I used this thing without a chamois it looks like my nuts would drape nicely over the rails.

Dink
Dink
10 months ago

hey i love it. why not. do helmets next

Yerdad Selzavon
Yerdad Selzavon
10 months ago

I rode the original.. It’s great. Just a bit too wide to get behind the seat. After you too get P.N. from riding a regular saddle, you’ll HAVE TO switch to one of these. And you’ll be glad it exists as a regular saddle will then feel like a torture chamber. Be smart….switch now.

yogibimbi
yogibimbi
10 months ago

and here I thought the objective of cycling as a whole was one of self-inflicted suffering…

David Redding
David Redding
10 months ago

My urologist loves it.

Vincent Tseng
28 days ago

Lower your seatpost then your problem will be solved.

Eddie
Eddie
10 months ago

Well without a single pic of it mounted on a bike I cannot take it seriously.

Vincent Tseng
1 month ago

There are many users already in Taiwan and Czech.

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