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Test rode my friend's bike last month with the new Sitero Pro saddle and then searched far and wide across the interwebs to buy one, as US distributors seem out of stock. 2019 model is slated to be more expensive and have carbon rails.
Anyway, so far so good on my 2018 Sitero, up to 90 min with trainer on rocker plate. Just to say, I thought the prior model Sitero was horribly uncomfortable. So the difference in the channel opening appears to be key for me. (New version has channel running farther forward.)
Also worth mentioning I've never liked my aero bar extensions. Their upward slope is almost non-existant and I believe has contributed to a variety of discomforts on this bike. Elbows in same place but hands held up higher (imagine a towel rolled up and wrists lying on that, on trainer so no real need to hold the extensions), made even the Arc more comfortable. SO if like me you've felt trapped in an endless cycle of saddle woes despite multiple fits by multiple fitters and including Retul analysis, consider how changing the angle of your forearms might feel.
To breathe, to feel, to know I'm alive.
Thanks! So far I'm not finding anyone who loves the mimic on a tri bike. I've been tolerating my cobb max outside but find it awful inside. I think for now I'll just count down the days.......
(I did see the change to the Sitero and thought that looked interesting too). I'm just mentally worn down from fits and saddles!