If the Rido R2 saddle is to cycling as crutches are to running, then the Rido RLt series saddle is a pair of overpronation race shoes. I have already taken a look at what might be termed Rido’s recovery saddle for individuals with perineal issues, so how does their more mainstream, race ready saddle compare?
There is smart versions of EVERYTHING today. Smart scales, smart phones, smart watches, smart glasses from Google, Recon, and add ons from Garmin. But what about smart sunglasses… The Uvex Variotronic has taken a pair of humble sunglasses, and given them a brain, so what is the outcome? Frankenstein or Franken-Genius?