The new SDG Thrice Grip features three different textures that combine to pack both comfort and grip traction into one package. Available in two diameters — 33mm and 31mm — the new grips utilize a one-piece clamp and tapered core that result in a low retail price as well as weight. The 136mm length offers […]
The new Bel Air Saddle from SDG Components officially drops today, bringing more of everything loved about the classic profile and then some. The new Bel Air v3.0 offers a few small refinements to bring it up to speed with new trends in frame geometry and manufacturing to improve on what was an already great […]
SDG Component joins a growing list of manufacturers offering a dropper post with their new offering: the Tellis Dropper Post. Coming to the party a bit later than others gave Tyler and the rest of the team at SDG the same perspective as the rest of us. While dropper posts improve the riding experience, cost […]
Some pretty sweet rides are available for the up and coming mini-grom shredders these days, but until now, saddle selection has been sparse. After seeing a need for a properly sized children’s specific MTB saddle, SDG Components came up with the Fly Jr. Anatomically designed for smaller sit bones and riding positions, the junior specific […]
The SDG Bel-Air 2.0 saddle in the all black gripper option is quite possibly the most bad-ass saddle I’ve had the pleasure of mounting to my bike. The SDG Bel-Air 2.0 has been my favorite saddle for at least a decade now, and the 2.0 Ti-Alloy edition with its murdered out color scheme looks amazing. The Bel-Air has […]
Although the new 2016 Bronson is here, it can be hard to let go of one you love, especially when its been accessorized as well as this one.
I’ve been a fan of SDG saddles since way back when. I had a red kevlar covered saddle they made back in the day on my dirt jump/ slalom bike for years, and I’ve owned almost one of every i-beam model they’ve made. Since I’ve changed from my i-beam Gravity Dropper post to a Rockshox […]