A saddle is an essential component of a bicycle. It is the only part you sit on and a necessary part of any bike, be it road or mountain. Terry Butterfly Century Saddle is the ultimate upgrade to any bike. Take a look at our Terry Butterfly Century Saddle Review to see what it has to offer.
Terry Butterfly Century Saddle Review: An Overview
|Dimensions LxWxH||12 x 5.75 x 3.25 inches|
|Cover||Fibra-Tek with Poron XRD shock-absorbing Layer|
|Pad Type||Gel Pad|
Terry Bicycles provide stylish bicycles, gear, footwear, and more for women. They are 100% committed to ensuring that women can ride safely and comfortably.
This saddle features a coating of Poron XRD shockproof padding within the base of the saddle and padding.
Foam cutouts contribute to improved soft tissue comfort, and gel-infused material on top of the cushion enhances long-term relief.
In addition, the contoured foam reduces pressure on sensitive areas for an even more comfortable ride.
The saddle is made in Italy and comes in black color.
What I like:
- Beautiful ergonomics with aerodynamic design for superior performance.
- The saddle features a coating of Poron XRD shockproof padding within the base of the saddle and padding.
- Made of seamless black Fibra-Tek, so it’ll look great on any bike.
- It features a gel-infused material that enhances long-term relief.
- Offers good support for the sit bones.
What I don’t like:
- Improper fittings may cause bruised thigh areas.
- It is quite expensive.
- May not be suitable for everyone.
Does Terry Butterfly Century Saddle fit the Peloton?
I’d look at the saddle that comes with your Peloton. If it has two rails about 1 3/4″ apart you should be fine. I have this saddle on two bikes, one made in 1991, the other in 2020. No problems, it’s been a standard for a long time.
Enjoy! It is considered by some pros I rode with as the best seat for women cyclists. That said, after a few hours of riding, I do find I have to stand up from time to time as my sit bones start to get sore, even with the extra padding. But most people will never ride that long.