Review: Specialized Sitero Saddle
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Mar 24, 2013  hits 136,862

It's been a long time coming, and it was worth the wait. Specialized has released a true, split-nosed, triathlon-specific saddle. And it's VERY good. The new Sitero saddle is Specialized's answer to the ISM Adamo, designed to get Specialized in on the split-nosed action and in general provide a smart, novel design to the triathlon market. Have a look at the article for the full scoop.

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