Really good deal on a wonderful saddle. I do local rides, 10-40 miles, and long distance touring. After my last 600 mile trip, decided it was time to try a new saddle, and this one looks really promising - havent yet tried it for really long rides, but, 10-40mile rides, it feels great. Fits me perfect, I am 56 145lb male.
I think this is a better version of the Terry Fly Ti saddle. This gel version has a smooth cover, with no seam in the nose. I find it more comfortable than the suede-like cover on the normal Fly Ti. I use this saddle on my gravel bike.
I bought this saddle a couple of years ago as a replacement for my Specialized saddle that was wearing out, and the Fly had a very similar profile and size to my old saddle, so I gave it a try. Turned out to be even more comfortable than my previous saddle had ever been! It has a small about of gel padding, but not overly much (I ride Rivet and Brooks leather saddles on other bikes, and the difference between them and the Fly is not significant). I ride several times a week, and typically ride about 7000 miles a year, a fair portion sitting on my Terry Fly saddle, some rides for 3 - 4 hrs. at a time. I highly recommend the Terry Fly saddle as a comfortable and well made saddle, that will serve you well for many years. I would (and have) buy one again and have recommended the Terry Fly to friends looking for a replacement saddle.
As a recreational cyclist I ride from 40 to 80mi. on my weekend rides. I've tried Fizik and Selle Italia saddles and
found this saddle gives me the comfort I need on the longer rides.
I had lower back surgery about 2 years. Had to take Advil every time I would ride. Since I started using my Fly Ti Gel seat no more Advil. My rides are much more comfortable. I ride more often and longer distances. This is a great product. Just wish I would have found it earlier.
From the first ride it is the most comfortable racing saddle I have ever ridden.
Used a Pro-Link Selle for years, but this saddle is by far more comfortable and offers excellent fore or aft positions for hammering or climbing.