Hello and welcome, everyone,

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of testing the new Allroad from Selle San Marco, a product developed specifically for the world of Gravel.

I fell in love with Selle San Marco many years ago and since then I have never changed brands. I’ve had the chance to ride with these products on all types of terrain as I’ve travelled the world, and I’ve never had any problem whatsoever. Rather, besides the purely technical and structural aspects, in my opinion even aesthetic concepts are essential when it comes to this historical brand.

Over the years, this company has accompanied me on my adventures as an ultracyclist to all ends of the earth, even to the artic regions of Canada. The Aspide Supercomfort model has always supported me; it’s a perfect model for anyone who, like me, spends lots of time riding their bike.

For the past several months, I have started to get into the world of Gravel. I like to refer to this specialty as “Fun and Rock”, for the thrills this sport incites in me. This is why I was happy to be one of the first people to test the new Allroad saddle by Selle San Marco, developed specifically for the world of Gravel. As always, the design is minimal, with careful consideration paid to each and every detail. I was in the area of Bormio with a friend of mine, who took me on a breathtaking ride through amazing scenery on a rough landscape. The initial feedback I experienced riding with the Allroad couldn’t be more positive. The double-density padding provides a fantastic feeling on these bumpy dirt roads. Its ergonomic shape is truly exceptional, especially when assuming aggressive positions (for example, on steep climbs). So, in general this saddle offers a cyclist perfect support, even when they’re not exerting full power on the pedals.

I will keep you updated on this product, but for now this Allroad saddle is really “Fun and Rock”.

Warm regards to you all,