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  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle - T-bar Setup
  • Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle - T-bar Setup

Kris Holm Fusion Zero Saddle

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Quick Overview

Fusion saddles have been refined through nearly a decade of riding, and balance priorities that include strength and stiffness, anatomical support for different body types and preferences, and ergonomics for grabbing the saddle and handle during tricks.

At the heart of the saddle is the KH saddle base, engineered to properly support the sitting bones while being sufficiently narrow to avoid thigh irritation when pedalling. Stress modelling was used to achieve very high strength and stiffness at minimal weight. A rear bumper provides protection and an ergonomic front handle provides control. The entire underside perimeter of the frame, rear bumper, and front handle are rounded for comfort when gripping.

The Fusion Zero brings bike saddle performance to unicycling. With a gentle curve to reduce front pressure and a slim profile to reduce chafing, the Fusion Zero feels like a supportive bike saddle with the control of a unicycle saddle. Strong and comfortable, the Fusion Zero is designed for all riding styles and for beginners through experts.

  • Foam: moderately slim, firm
  • Curvature: very gentle
  • Riding styles: Muni, Distance, All-Around
  • Be sure when you order this saddle that you have or order a pivotal seatpost. This saddle only works with pivotal seatposts!

  • Product Description

    Be sure when you order this saddle that you have or order a pivotal seatpost. This saddle only works with pivotal seatposts!

    Important: if you're used to a traditionally curved saddle, the Fusion Zero will feel very different at first. Expect it to take least a dozen rides to make adjustments and find your comfort zone. Consider adding a T-bar handle for all-around, road riding or cross-country muni. Many configurations are possible, but here is one of our favourite T-bar setups: ( See photo of T-bar setup above)

    What you need to have this setup:
    Saddle angle adjusted to second-to-highest angle position
    T-bar touring handle with the following modifications:
    T-bar length: shorten to 225 - 250 mm
    "T" handle width: shorten to 120 mm
    Slotted tube installed with the clamp towards the back
    3 mm washers as spacers between the saddle base and L-shaped attachment brackets (see photo of T-Bar setup above)

    Features

  • Comfortable and shock absorbent foam
  • Center cutaway to reduce pressure in critical areas
  • Stiff and strong saddle frame
  • Pivotal seatpost interface is strong, simple, highly adjustable, and eliminates exposed bolts
  • Saddle includes the pivotal bolt to secure the saddle to the seatpost
  • Saddle handle and rear bumper are constructed from recyclable materials
  • Curvature: very gentle
  • Weight: 810g
  • Additional Information

    Manufacturer Kris Holm
    Color Black
    Model Zero

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