Reddit Reddit reviews Charge Spoon Saddle Brown Cromo Rails by Charge Bikes

We found 12 Reddit comments about Charge Spoon Saddle Brown Cromo Rails by Charge Bikes. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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12 Reddit comments about Charge Spoon Saddle Brown Cromo Rails by Charge Bikes:

u/AimForTheAce · 5 pointsr/bikecommuting

Charge Spoon. I have one on my wet day bike. Very good for the price and comfy.

Here is a review.

I also have Charge Knife on my dry day bike. Slightly less comfy than Spoon but decent and light.

u/coloradical710 · 5 pointsr/bicycling
u/pazimpanet · 4 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

Looks like a charge spoon

u/akerzee2 · 3 pointsr/xbiking
u/MrWalnuts · 3 pointsr/FixedGearBicycle

Firstly, congrats on the ride! Keep it up!

I have the same bike (color and everything) so I can offer a few tips for the new(ish) rider with this rig. Treat it well and you will be happy with it for a long time. I have over 1200 miles on this bike.

First, as everyone has said, foot retention. I have the Pure Fix straps from amazon. If you can swing it I suggest upgrading the pedals as well when you buy retention. I have a nice slim platform from fyxation. About $25 but you can get something better than what is on that bike starting around $12 on up.

2nd, Seat. Keep doing 40+ mile rides and you will quickly realize the stock seat has to go. I have a charge spoon I paid around $26 for. Non-bike friends tell me how uncomfortable my seat looks and I tell them that you should see the original seat that came with the bike! I love the charge.

You see the black streaks from your brake pads on your wheels? Eventually that will cause a streaking noise that is horribly embarrassing if anyone is within a one hundred yard radius. It will also stop like shit. I taped off the rim and sanded the paint off of that edge, then replaced the pads with a really nice pad/shoe from amazon for about $10 a set. No noise, no black marks on the rim and nice braking.

Tires. Keep an eye out for a nicer set of tires. The stock ones will get the job done for a while but they are cheap. Keep an eye out on or or wherever. I picked up a set of Vittoria slicks online somewhere for around $16 each and it was a world of difference.

I did replace the brake levers but I broke one of the stock ones. The stock levers are cheap but no rush to replace them if you dont need to. Again, there are a ton of better options out there starting at around $15 when you are ready to upgrade.

I also replaced the bar tape but it was mostly because I was not happy with my install. The stock tape is fine.

I hope this helps a bit. I just wanted to show cheap bikes like this can get a lot of flack round these parts but a few reasonably priced upgrades can make this a nice bike that lasts you a long time.

Here is a few shots of mine. Disregard the blue bottle cage, its on there from a 50 miler i did a few weeks ago. my bike

u/imjusthereforab · 2 pointsr/bicycling

i have heard good things about the charge spoon , though i've never ridden one.

Installation requires a metric hex wrench -- either a 4 or a 5, usually.

Most saddles will be compatible with most seat posts -- the diameter matters for the frame, but almost all saddles are two-rail designs that attach to any normal seatpost.

Make sure you put some grease on the part of the seat post that lives inside the frame -- stuck seatposts are common and incredibly annoying to fix.

u/Youshittytit · 1 pointr/fatbike

Charge Spoon

It has been super comfortable so far

u/SilverRubicon · 1 pointr/bicycling

I have a collection of WTB saddles. Not a fan of them but they tend to come stock on bikes. Love my Specialized Phenom and Fabric Scoop Shallow. Not much padding but they both flex and I find them extremely comfortable. I’ve read good things about these Charge Spoons and they’re inexpensive

u/mania4conquest · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

I hear good things about these saddles.

u/jgabrielsson · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

i got a cheap bike mostly for the aesthetics of it ( ) that i just started riding fixed, and i really like it so far. But i somehow think an upgrade would do me good. What would be your #1 priorities to change on the bike? Im ordering a new saddle next week and also some straps. Other then that, what would YOU buy/change and why?