When the trail takes you deep into uncharted territory, rely on your Silverado Comp to keep you comfortable and pedaling efficiently. A long, flat shape enables you to use more of the nose while climbing, and the square profile distributes more weight onto the sit bones so you're not struggling to find the sweet spot. The Silverado has been a favorite among riders of all disciplines for many years, try one and you'll quickly see why.
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