Developed for the female and male anatomy by ergonomics experts


Terry saddles are developed specifically for men and women in the Terry Ergonomics Laboratory. They can minimise sitting stress, provide relief and optimally distribute pressure to suit the individual pelvic anatomy.

Manufactured in two seat widths and available in 5 different bike categories, the saddles have been developed for the female and male anatomy. The step-free 3-zone comfort principle with ergonomic relief opening effectively combats seating discomfort when cycling.

The Terry Ergonomics Laboratory with urologist Dr med Uwe Niekerken, physiotherapist Hedda zu Pulitz and sports ergonomist Dr Kim Alexander Tofaute stands for ergonomic and medical expertise in all aspects of the saddle.

"The saddle is the central sensory interface between human and bike. The differences between women and men, especially in the seat and urogenital area, require specific saddle ergonomics." – Dr Kim Tofaute.