Selle Anatomica

Carbon Saddle Debut at Interbike

SAN DIEGO, CA Sept 11th, 2015 - - Selle Anatomica, maker of the World's Most Comfortable Bicycle Saddle, is debuting its crowd-funded, all-carbon C Series saddle when the bell rings at Interbike next Wednesday, September 16th. The show opens at 9am, and the saddle will be presented in their booth 9156. 


Developed with input from long-time San Diego-based carbon cycling experts, aerospace legends, and a UCSD Professor of Structural Mechanics, the C Series is bringing state-of-the-art aerospace technology to one of the most critical touch points on the bicycle  - the saddle.

Made in USA

"We've been making the top-rated Leather Saddles with a focus on comfort for nearly a decade," states Ryan Hosmer, Vice President of Product Development. "Now we are taking what we've learned from those successful designs, and incorporating the latest in materials and unparalleled local knowledge that we have in the aerospace and composites industries. What we've ended up with is a 100% carbon saddle that will expand our comfort legacy into the performance market."

Leaf Spring Damping

The C-Series features a 3-layer Carbon-weave top that floats on a multi-ply leaf-spring, with unidirectional carbon rails that attach to the seat post of your choice. Weighing in at only 170 grams, the C-Series is changing the bicycle saddle game. It currently retails for $299, and it's made right here in San Diego.

"This is a very exciting time for us at Selle Anatomica," says Carol Hosmer, Owner and CEO. "We can't wait for you to see, touch and experience the next level in cycling saddle performance!"

Make sure to come by Booth 9156 first thing on Wednesday and be the first to see and try this remarkable development in saddle technology - the Selle Anatomica C Series.


C Series saddles can be purchased right now at  Shipping will commence in early 2016.  


Selle Anatomica was founded in 2006 by ultra-cyclist Tom Milton when he developed a supple leather saddle with a unique slot shape.  The combination of the more supple leather and the slot eliminated pressure on the sit bones and peroneal nerve, and allowed each side of the body to move independently while cycling. After passing away in 2010, Tom’s family took over the business.

Visit Selle Anatomica and follow Selle Anatomica on Facebook and Twitter.