I’ve held one in my hands and it looked great. That’s the extent of my experience with the new Charge Scoop saddles. For me, I felt like it was a modern spin on my favorite saddle, the 70′s era Unicanitor. Why? The Scoop uses a highly-flexible, one-piece shell with a light foam top, covered a durable and waterproof cover, resting on either steel or titanium rails. Oh and colors. Plenty of colors. Check out more at Charge.
I like videos like this because they highlight an everyday commuter and how they spend their days. Check out Phil from Urb-Orbis as he talks about his work life and riding his Charge Freezer in London.
Here’s the latest episode from Charge TV, featuring Juliet Elliot and her many bikes.
This is not all what I was expecting. Some quick singletrack quickly turns into an agricultural machinery trials action. I think what Charge is trying to tell us is that the Cooker cooks, on the trails or trials.
No one will argue that the best way to see a city is by bike and that’s what Charge is promoting in their newest video. This one in particular was shot in Berlin on a Scissor FGFS.