Home > Bike Types > Mountain Bike

San Marco Launches ‘Dirty’ Saddles for Gravity, Freeride and Slopestyle Mountain Bikes

Support us! Bikerumor may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn More

san-marco-dirty-zoncolan-freeride-saddleSan Marco’s new ‘Dirty’ line of saddles is designed for the gravity set, with models for downhill, freeride, slalom/four-cross and dirt jump riders.  They use tough, lightweight rails with biofoam padding covered with durable cover materials.

The Zoncolan, above, will be rocked on the World Cup circuit this year by none other than Cedric Gracia (below).  It features multizone padding with varying thicknesses throughout, placing more cush on the nose section.  The rails are hollow cromoly and the shell is carbon-reinforced plastic.  Shown above with the Freeride-Downhill graphics is the “Zoncolan Special Enduro”, there’s also “Skull” (held in image below) and “Dirty”.  Claimed weight is 190g.

Check the other models after the break…

san-marco-dirty-triky-freeride-saddleThe Dirty Triky is the shortest of the bunch, making it the choice for dirt jump and bmx / urban trick bikes. 235x134mm, 325g. MSRP €49.00.

san-marco-dirty-ponza-freeride-saddleThe Ponza is the saddle of choice for the Argentina Bike Gravity Team and is more XC and all-mountain oriented.  276x130mm, 265g. €55.00.

san-marco-dirty-phobos-xcy-freeride-saddleDespite being the longest saddle, the Phobos XCy comes in as the second lightest of the bunch.  290x128mm, 223g. €75.00.

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.