Eurobike 2015: Ergon has new saddles and enduro backpacks

A focus on comfort in the saddle line and more volume in the backpacks

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The SMC4 saddle range offers comfort and still looks fast.

The SMC4 saddle range offers comfort and still looks fast (click to enlarge).

SMC4 saddles

If you’re intested in having more comfort during your ride, but don’t want to give up the nice racy line of your bike, have a look at the SMC4 saddle line. There’s more padding, the mid channel is deeper and longer. Starting at the base model, you’ll also see a Comp and a Sport version – the saddles are also available in three sizes.

More comfort on the trail with the SMA3 all mountain saddle range.

More comfort on the trail with the SMA3 all mountain saddle range (click to enlarge).

SMA3 all mountain saddle

With the same philosophy as the SMC4, the SMA3 saddle range has been designed for all mountain use, still keeping in mind a higher comfort level and having a racy look.

Bright colors for the BE2 enduro backpack

Bored with plain black? Ergon gets flashy with the limited edition Laser Lemon colour setting on the BE2 enduro backpack.

Limited edition Laser Lemon on the BE2 enduro backpack (left). The BE3 enduro backpack (right) has a larger volume but the same features as the BE2.

Limited edition Laser Lemon on the BE2 enduro backpack (left). The BE3 enduro backpack (right) has a larger volume but the same features as the BE2 (click to enlarge).

More volume with the BE3 enduro backpack

The new BE3 backpack has a 3 liters larger volume (now a total of 6.5 liters packing space), but the same features as the BE2: a narrow waist, not only to offer a spot to put your full face helmet, but also to get a more flexible backpack – the bladder is in the bottom part for a low center of gravity. There are fixation points for the helmet and straps to hang off your protection gear. The internal back protection is the same as the BE2 backpack has.

BX3 backpack upgraded

Small changes upgrade the BX3 backpack from a styling point of view. The main compartment has now been divided into two separate parts, so your stuff will be easier to find.

For more details visit www.ergon-bike.com.

This article is part of Mtbr’s coverage of the 2015 Eurobike trade show in Freidrichschafen, Germany. For more from Eurobike CLICK HERE.

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About the author: Jeroen Tiggelman

Jeroen is a contributor based in Belgium. He is expert in the field of photography and a fan of local beer.


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