NEW - Fyxation Curve and Pilot Saddles

With Interbike coming up next week we wanted to offer a sneak peak of 2 of the new products we plan to introduce at this year's show. We have been meaning to expand our saddle offering for a while now and are excited to announce the release of the Fyxation Curve and Pilot Saddles.

In stock now, the Fyxation Curve saddle combines classic track styling with comfort for a saddle that's as pleasing to look at as it is to ride. Available in 6 colors, the Curve is a comfortable padded saddle with chrome plated rails. The Fyxation Curve Saddle is available for only $29.95.

The Fyxation Pilot saddle is a true blend of performance, durability and style. Available in black and white, the Pilot is finished off with tough Cromoly rails and anti-abrasion corners. The Pilot Saddle will be available mid September and will retail for only $45.95.

Fyxation Curve Saddle

Fyxation Pilot Saddle


  • Jen

    Is the green curve the same color/shade as the grips and tires?

  • Deaf Pigeon | New Fyxation Saddles

    […] More pictures on click through and read more about them on Fyxation’s site. […]

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