No two pelvises are the same.
To help give cyclists the best support possible the width of the saddle needs to be as close to perfect as possible. If you can achieve the perfect width, you will feel perfect support.
I designed this prototype saddle for myself as the width of the saddle as a stock model was too narrow for my sit bones. I felt unstable and rocked slightly from side to side, always looking for more comfort.
The customisations included a flattening of the rear rail as well as cutting the rear of the saddle body in half. The blots and clamps were added last and can be tightened and loosened independently.
In the end I love the concept and I have a working model that I have raced on. It just needs some tidying up and more testing. And I need to add some padding to the bolt heads!