Dash Cycles - a preview
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Jun 14, 2011  hits 29,897

The flagship product for Dash cycles right now is their amazing saddle lineup, which has nine distinct models.  Here are two of their most extreme, the 47g wonder called the m.4 and the tiny, 37g saddle called the p.3
The flagship product for Dash cycles right now is their amazing saddle lineup, which has nine distinct models. Here are two of their most extreme, the 47g wonder called the m.4 and the tiny, 37g saddle called the p.3

We got a chance to sit down with Weston from Dash Cycles, a boutique manufacturer based in Boulder, Colorado. The Dash guys have been demonstrating some amazing technical prowess with their prototype products, and are currently developing a large product line for production.


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  • The flagship product for Dash cycles right now is their amazing saddle lineup, which has nine distinct models.  Here are two of their most extreme, the 47g wonder called the m.4 and the tiny, 37g saddle called the p.3
  • The short and stubby p.3 saddle looks like an intriguing option for tri saddles, and tips the scales at an unbelievably low 37g.  For perspective, an Adamo Road saddle weighs in at about 370 grams - 10 times heavier!
  • More recently, Dash has begun to develop a whole slew of high-end road products, including their proprietary hubset.  This front hub weighs in at around 33g.
  • The Dash rear hub is a technical marvel.  The entire outer shell, including the titanium ring on the drive side (which sticks out for spoke mounts), is molded in one process for a strong yet insanely light structure.

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