, the US agency and distributor of German cycling brands Syntace, Liteville and SQlab, introduces 66Sick
, an ergonomic All-Mountain focused brand started by Sasha Meyenborg, a German BMX and 4-Cross rider.
66Sick blends sensibility with style, doing away with the subtlety of other brands and showcasing their wild Euro approach. Their new saddles bring out the no-holds-barred attitude of the Euro mountain bike scene with their raucous “Espacio Libre” and “El Flaco” luchador graphics.
66Sick Espacio Libre saddles come in 129mm and 144mm widths, which both provide a solid pedaling platform for the aggressive riding position. 66Sick uses a “stepped” padding design, which it licenses through another German saddle brand, SQlab. The stepped design directs the riders weight to the sit bones rather than sensitive soft tissue. The saddles feature a carbon fiber reinforced shell, Kevlar edges, a deep ergonomic indentation, and a long padded nose.
66Sick also offer a lightweight model for those weight conscious riders. The carbon railed El Flaco model comes in at a claimed 5.6 ounces and has a similar yet less aggressive design.