Monday, August 27, 2012
Campagnolo Electa in Titanium
Electa saddles were made briefly by Campagnolo in the mid-1980s. They feature the "Sella-Pneumatic System," which allowed the rider to fine-tune the firmness of the saddle by inflating and deflating a bladder sandwiched between the leather upper and the saddle shell.
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