1. List – Saddle Brands/Models the Aeroclams Fit

The Aeroclam is designed to be as Universal as possible and to date [27/April/20′], between the P1 and P2 Aeroclams they fit 191 brands and model saddles.

Right across All saddle Brands Models the P1 and P2 often fit as good as each other as the underside of the vast majority of saddles are very similar.

With exceptions where the P2 Aeroclam fits only Selle Italia range and the P1 Aeroclam fitting the FIZIK and Bontrager range of saddles. 

The flatter the bottom profile of the saddle the more likely the P2 Aeroclam is the best fit. The more Concave the bottom profile of the saddle, the more likely the P1 Aeroclam will fit.

Please go to the Image Gallery and check the Aeroclam/Saddle combination fit   https://cyckit.com/image-gallery/

These saddles listed below are only the saddles we know that fit. There will be many more that fit perfectly we’ve not yet fitted to.

We are always keen to expand our knowledge of what saddle brands/models the Aeroclams fit that we haven’t yet fitted to, so please email us if you have a saddle brand/model not mentioned in the list.


Adamo Prologue – P1

Aerofuel PRO (TT saddle) – P2 [P1 also fits]

Ajna Pro – P2
Ajna Elite – P2

Astute Skyline VT – P2

Avenir XW2 – P1

Berk Lupina saddle – P1

Bontrager Aeolus – P1
Bontrager Affinity RL – P1
Bontrager Ajna Pro saddle – P2 & P1
Bontrager Affinity – P1
Bontrager Arvada – P1
Bontrager Commuter Gel – P1
Bontrager Evoke Race – P1 – Thin wedge
Bontrager Evoke RL WSD – P2
Bontrager Inform XL – P2
Bontrager Montrose – P1
Bontrager Paradigm RL – P1  – No wedge with carbon rails
Bontrager Paradigm Race – P1  – No wedge with carbon rails
Bontrager Senaro – P1
Bontrager XXX Carbon – P1

Cannondale – P1
Cannondale Stage Ergo – P1 & P2 Both tops fit as good as each other
Cannondale Synapse 105 [STD saddle] – P1

Charge – P1

Chris Boardman EP4 Saddle – P1

Cirrus Stratos – P1
Cirrus – P1

Claud Butler – Exile – P1

Controltech Lynx Saddle – P1

Canyon Iridium Saddle – P1

Enigma Bikes UK [their own branded saddle] – P1

Ergon SMC3-L Saddle – P2

Felt Sport Comfort Saddle – P1

FIZIK Arione – P1 Fits [Check FAQ No: 4 [below]
FIZIK Aliante – P1
FIZIK Antares – P1
Fizik Tundra – P2
Fizik Gobi – P1
FIZIK Pave – P2

Fabric ALM – P1
Fabric Cell – P2
Fabric Line – P1
Fabric Scoop – P1
Fabric Scoop Flat Elite – P2
Fabric Shallow Race – P2

Genesis – P1

Giant Defy – P1
Giant Contact SLR Forward – P1
Giant Contact SL Forward saddle – P1
Giant Contact SLR Neutral – P2
Giant Liv Contact Slr Forward – P2
Giant Performance Road Saddle – P2
Giant Propel Advanced Pro – P1
Giant Propel Contact Forward – P2
Giant TCR – 2012 Giant TCR Composite 2 – P2
Giant Unity Performance TRI Saddle – P1

Infinity L Series – P2
Infinity L1X – P1

Ibis Cycles Custom Saddle CrMo – P2

Isaac – P2 {Standard saddle on Isaac bike]

Kontact – P2

Liv Contact SLR Forward – P2

Lynskey Sport – P1

Mango Bikes [UK Brand] – P1

Merida Sport saddle – P2
Merida Ride – P1
Merida Reacto 400 – P1

Most Panther – P2
Most Lynx – P1
Most Catopuma – P2

Ontrack – P1

Oval – P1
Oval Concepts 200 – P2
Oval R500 – P1
Oval 700 – P1
Oval 900 – P1

Pinarello Ocelot – P1 &amp – P2

Prime Race Carbon – P2

Pro Tunix – P1

PRO Aerofuel (TT saddle) –

Prologo Dimension – Space – P2
Prologo Kappa DEA – P1
Prologo Kappa EVO STNL – P1
Prologo Nago Evo Tri 40 – P1
Prologo NAGO Evo – P1
Prologo Storck/Nago Evo X10 T2.0 – P1
Prologo Scratch Pro t2.0 – P1
Prologo Scratch PRO CPC – P1
Prologo Scratch 2 134 CPC NACK – P1
Prologo Short – P1
Prologo X10 Nago Evo
Prologo Zero Pas – P2
Prologo Zero 2 – P2

Ritchey Comp Marathon – P1

RockBikes (Japanese Brand) – P1

San Marco Aspide – P1

San Marco Aspide CFX – P2
San Marco Aspide Superleggera – P1
San Marco Carbon Pro – P2
San Marco – Carbon Fibre composite saddle – P2
San Marco Magma – P2
San Marco Era – P1
San Marco Era Start Up Power – P1
San Marco Condor Protek – P1
San Marco Ponza Power – P1
San Marco ProTime Branded Carbon saddle – P2
San Marco Regal – P1
San Marco Start Up – P2
San Marco Superleggra – P2
San Marco – Zoncolan – P2

Scott – P1

SDG BEL-AIR RL 2.0 Ti – P1
SDG Circuit – P2
SDG Duster – P1
SDG Ti-Fly – P2

Selle Italia C2 – P2
Selle italia Diva – P1
Selle Italia Flite – P2
Selle Italia Lady – P2
Selle Italia – Most – Bobcat – P2
Selle Italia – Most – Panther – FP – P2
Selle Italia Nero Puro – P2
Selle Italia Novus small – P1
Selle Italia Novus Boost Superflow – P1
Selle Italia Q Bik Flow – P2
Selle Italia SL – P2
Selle Italia SLR Max – P2
Selle Italia SLR – P2
Selle Italia SLS – Comfort Fit – P2
Selle Italia SIR – P2
Selle Italia Superflow – P2
Selle Italia SLR Carbonio Flow – P2
Selle Italia Colnago SLR – P2
Selle Italia SLR Team Edition – P2
Selle Italia Turbomatic – P2
Selle Italia X1 – P2

Selle Royal Seta S1 – P2 – Contact Cyckit info@cyckit.co.nz

Shimano’s Pro Stealth Saddle – P1

Spec Crit X Carbon – P2

Specialized alias 143 – P1
Specialized Avatar Comp – P2
Specialized Henge – P2
Specialized Jett – P2
Specialized Milano – P2
Specialized Mimic – P2
Specialized Myth – P1
Specialized Oura – Pro – P1 [Carbon Rails] Thick Wedge
Specialized Oura – Expert – P2
Specialized Phenom – P1
Specialized Phenom – Competitive XC – P1 & P2
Specialized Phenom Expert – P1 & P2
Specialized Power – P1 & P2 – Check Image Gallery
Specialized Power Arc – P2
Specialized Roubaix [bike] – P1 & P2
Specialized Riva – P2
Specialized Romin – EVO Expert – P1
Specialized Romin Expert – P1
Specialized Romin Pro – P1 [Carbon Rails] Thick Wedge
Specialized Ruby – P1
Specialized Targa – P2
Specialized Toupe [Post 2014] – P1 & P2 – Check Image Gallery
Specialized Toupe [Pre 2014] – P2
Specialized Toupe S-Works Carbon – P2
Specialized s Works Venge saddle – P1

SQ Lab 611 – P2  – Check Image Gallery
SQAB 612 – P2

Stealth Saddle – P1

Stratos Dynamic 4za Comfort – P1

Trigon VSC 05 – P1

Syncros RP – P2.0 – P1
Syncros XR – P2.0 – P1
Syncros RR – 2.0 – P1
Syncros RP 20.1 – P1

Terry Butterfly Century – P2
Terry Raven – P2

Tec Unicus – P1

Tune Speedtune – P1
Tune Speedneedle – P1

Turnix Pro – P1

Vitus Bikes Venon VR Disc Road Bike – P1

Vision – P1

Velo Senso Miles saddle – P1
Velo Plush Bike Seat Saddle 1050 Aero – P2
Velo Whyte – P2

WTB Volt On-One Edition – P2

Zero Zelix – P1
Zero Team Zenith – P1
Zero zenith pro – P2


Saddles the Aeroclams don’t fit:

Astute Skycarb Saddle vt – Non tubular saddle rails the problem
Adamo Typhoon – Contour different than Aeroclam
Brooks C15 – Metal logo mould at rear obstructs Aeroclam from fitting
Cube – Fits securely but not snugly
Brooks Swift – Contour different than Aeroclam
Dash Strike
ISM Saddle Range – Different contour
Fizik Ardea VS – Logo Tag obstructs Aeroclam from fitting
Fizik Kurve Snake – Saddle rail design won’t allow clamp to fit
Fizik Vesta – Logo Tag obstructs Aeroclam from fitting
Koobi PRS Alpha – Suspension moulds protrude too far at rear
Max Cobb Gen 2 – Needs another wedge and other slight differences
Pro Falcon Flow – Won’t fit flush
San Marco Mantra Carbon FX – Fit not quite right
Selle SMP – Tag at the rear obstructs & general shape won’t fit Aeroclam
Selle Italia – Max Flite Gel Flow – ‘Peak’ at rear curves down too far
Selle Italia Mantra – Downward mould at rear obstructs Aeroclam
Specialized Sitero – Just won’t fit nicely
Selle Italia X2 Trans Am
Selle Royal Men’s Respiro moderate saddle – Customer said the P1 won’t fit
Selle Royal Seta
SQ Lab – Does not fit well on earlier models with larger rear mounds


2. Kickstarter Campaign 2020

Kickstarter Preview Page – Please Support Us and Click the ‘Notify me on Launch’ tab

Cyckit’s Introduction to the New Mid Sized Bottom Section – Kickstarter

Demonstration – Small, Medium & Large Bottom Section Swap-out

Kickstarter Rewards

Cyckit’s Own Rewards Within Kickstarter

Kickstarter Content 
This it the total content of Cyckit’s Kickstarter Campaign in PDF Format. Kickstarter disallows this information until the page goes ‘Live’ Kickstarter Content – PDF 9:4:20

3. Fitting Instructions + Videos

Hi and thanks for ordering from Cyckit.

Please also check these videos below. 

Installation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MfE3urYMLk

Small, Medium to Large Bottom Swap-out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-1EgOzYShc&feature=youtu.be

Side to Side Movement at the rear of the Aeroclam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIvFBPBwYtQ  

Wedges and what they do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5PofDnY88s

Demonstration Overtightening to break the clamp:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueZWOjyO_ec

CAUTION!  You’ll know when the clamp is tight. 

The extra ‘give’ you might feel when tightening past this point is the clamp actually being over tightening and bending before breaking!

Just do up the socket key ‘tight’ with forefinger and thumb, maybe wrist but NEVER your forearm.

Very rarely, and mostly in the past before many strengthening modifications, people managed to over tighten the clamp, hence causing damage.

It gets expensive to replace the clamp.

NOTE: Thin Wedge for Thinner Steel Rails and Thick Wedge for Thicker Carbon Rails [only needed if over tightened.

 Just a couple of things to keep in mind below;

1/ Make sure you separate the Aeroclam halves before installing. Do not twist or wench the halves trying to separate as this may damage the hinge. Slide the bottom half directly out of the hinge sideways [Read the supplied Instructions].

2/ Make sure you face the narrow edge of the mounting clamp facing forward.

3/ Attach the clamp to the angled upward sweeping section of the saddle rails at the rear and NOT to the Horizontal section of the rails.

4/ Do not open the Aeroclam by pulling on the rubber latch.

Thanks, Pat

If you ever find the latch hard to get on/off the plastic buttons, smear a touch of non petroleum substance on there, cooking oil, Vaseline, organic detergent, rubber grease or anything slippery really.

4. Installation & Content Loading Paper Instructions

5. The cart page won’t display, how do I empty my shopping cart?

If you are having an issue withe the shopping cart page – for example it doesn’t display anything after you have selected a product – please click on the link below to empty your cart. Then you can add the product again and all should work as expected.


Empty Cart

6. FIZIK Arione Saddle

The P1 Aeroclam fits the Arione Saddle

The P1 Aeroclam fits the Arione Saddle

Slight Overlap

Slight Overlap

Caynon Bike - Shawn Walbeck - P1

Caynon Bike – Shawn Walbeck – P1

Above is a P2 Aeroclam that was fitted to a Fizik Arione saddle. The owner shaved back the original Fizik mounting system on the underside. As a result managed a nicer and closer fit to the saddle.
The Fizik mounting system is rarely used and shaving it back does not effect the strength of the saddle, so a modification worth considering. (more…)

7. What is the difference between the P1 & P2 Aeroclam & which will fit my saddle?

The difference between P1 & P2 is the contour on the top edge of the top section of the Aeroclam. While the P1 fits more saddle brands and models, the P2 fits many larger saddle brands like Fabric, Selle Italia & Specialized so there is a bit of crossover. Please check the Image Gallery https://cyckit.com/image-gallery/

Capacity is exactly the same and all parts interchange.

Difference between P1 [Top Image] and P2 [Bottom Image]

P1 - Black Top & Black Bottom - Small Bottom Section


P2 - Black Top & Black Bottom - Small Bottom Section

Below – Standard Email send to Customers enquiring information as to which Aeroclam will fit their saddle below;

The best thing for you to do is to crouch and take a couple of very nice Direct Side Profile Images [like these supplied] with your phone and email these to me?

What I’m looking for is any excessive protrusions on the underside of the saddle at the rear /top end of the saddle rails that may interfere with the top section fitting the Aeroclam, so please make sure these images are directly side profile?

Take a few of images to make sure.

I’m also looking to see what is the best fit… either the P1 or P2 top section?

As a rule, the P1 top has more of a Concave bottom line contour while the P2 top is flatter on the bottom line contour with less concave – See images below.

But, in saying this, there is a lot of crossover with both the P1 and P2 tops fitting most saddles.

This can be seen on the Image Gallery https://cyckit.com/image-gallery/ of the website where the Specialized Toupe saddles fit both the P1 and P2 as good as each other, likewise for the Fabric saddle range and many other saddles.

It’s just the extremes where slight gaps can show…. for example; If the P1 top was to be fitted to the San Marco Leggra, there would be a gap on the underside of the saddle which would not look good.

In the same situation, if the P2 top was fitted to the Bontrager Montrose saddle, there maybe a gap at the very rear where the P2 top and Montrose saddle meet.

The P2 top may also look a little ‘Boxy’ and large if fitted to saddles with the concave bottom line compared to the curved aesthetics of the P1 top. 

Well I hope this clarifies the situation for you?

Thanks, Pat

The P1 Aerocalm fits saddles with more of a concave bottom line on the saddle

The P2 Aerocalm fits saddles with more of a flatter bottom line on the saddle

8. I use a Fly6 rear view video/tail light, will the Aeroclam obstruct it’s use?

There is more than enough room under the Aeroclam to mount the Fly6 video camera/taillight onto your saddle post.

In fact, being able to use the Aeroclam with the Fly6 is a selling point for us.

Fly6 Website below



9. Why can’t I buy the Aeroclam in retail stores?

We’re trying to distribute globally but distributors are more interested in large range products. If you want to see the Aerocam in your local bike shop, send us their details and we’ll contact them.

10. How is the Aeroclam attached to the cycle? How easy is it to attach and is this system very secure?

The Aeroclam is attached by a single 5mm bolt via a tough reinforced plastic clamp that clamps over the seat rails and is very secure.

This system is designed to be permanent and secure as one of the complaints we had in our pre-product market validation was saddlebag movement connecting with the cyclists body in motion.

On some saddle brands and models it’s possible to fit the Aeroclam within 60 seconds. Some saddle brands/models may require sliding forward on the saddle rails to allow enough room for fitting. Mark the position of the saddle on the rails before doing this.

Remember this only has to be fitted once. Remember to mark the saddle position on the saddle rails before removing. This can be done with a ballpoint pen or the smallest dot from a marker pen.

The latest and last refinement – The larger clamp [above] has replaced the shorter clamp [below] as it makes fiting the Aeroclam top section easier over the seat rails.

The scallop cut outs seen on the larger clamp below means the clamp can now be slid down on the elbow of the seat rails. On a very small number of  saddles in the extreme forward position this was a problem before these scallops were inserted.

11. Will the Latch be up to the job of the zipper?

The latch is more than up to the job of the zipper. It is made of very durable rubber that has excellent UV qualities.

The latch eyelets also have to be stretched over the plastic buttons with some resistance so will not pop undone in motion as long as they are secured/seated properly in the first place. When testing the durability of the rubber eyelets I personally slid the latch over the plastic buttons over 500 times. This equates to 250 punctures and the rubber compound held it’s composition perfectly.

If by some chance one of the eyelets isn’t seated correctly and comes off, the other eyelet will hold the content from falling onto the road. The amount of resistance needed to slide the latch eyelet over the plastic button is manageable and very quick compared to using a zipper.

If, for some reason the latch does eventually fail, it can be bought as a separate component and easily fitted by anyone. When your zipper fails, you buy a new saddle bag.

12. Why the rubber latch setup to open and close the Clam?

When validating the market option for this Aeroclam product, the awkwardness and failure of zippers was one of the main complaints with cyclists.

So this was one of the things we decided to eliminate along with the degradable, unattractive, dirty, water sodden canvas material and paint rubbing velcro straps.

13. Is the Aeroclam Waterproof?

In normal and even extreme weather situations the Aeroclam will keep content dry.

The latch area blasted with a hight pressure hose did let a trickle of water run down the inside of the calm and straight out the drain holes. Before the Aeroclam was designed to be watertight, it was designed with ample drainage as well as rail impressions for the multitool to sit on preventing the tool from ever getting wet should water ever enter the clam somehow.


14. Will the content rattle in the Aeroclam being hard plastic?

If the content is compressed packed as per instructions with the supplied rubber sleeve over the CO2 canister, there is no  rattling.

When we designed the clam we designed it around the use of the medium inflators on the market, like the Lezyne inflator seen here.

If you use smaller sized inflators, it’s recommended to slide a small piece of old tube over the inflator.

Suggestion: If you have your own content combination that differs from what the Aeroclam is designed, that’s fine. But you may need to use plastic lunch wrap [Glad Wrap as it’s called here in New Zealand] to fill any gaps. 
Terrible stuff used as disposable wrapping, but excellent in this situation.

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