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The first Sanmarco for legend Fausto Coppi


Following the same contour as the original Concor - can't wait!

The new Concor, set to be the biggest seller ever
REVIEW DATE: 6 Jul, 2011

The unveiling of the new CONCOR could not be better. The biggest newness of the 2012 collection of the italian handmade saddles brand has been showed for the first time last weekend at the Granfondo La Fausto Coppi-Selle San Marco and with great satisfaction of the public you could not only discover its many versions but also try it. Together with the organizers of the event, San Marco proposed indeed the spinning, that was a great success: hundreds of people amused themselves simulating the final part of the last climb of the Granfondo while testing the new Concor Racing Team on the spin bikes. In that way San Marco got the first great feedbacks on comfort and aesthetics from the consumers.

THE EVOLUTION OF THE CONCOR AND THE ORIGINAL SADDLE OF FAUSTO COPPI

The charm of the past – that lives again in the new Concor – attracts many visitors at the booth on the expo area in Piazza Galimberti in Cuneo where San Marco showed the history of the Concor. The nostalgic people could admire the evolution of this saddle with the Supercorsa model that belong to Beppe Saronni, the customized Concor Light of Paolo Bettini and the last one, the new Concor, showed in the customized version of Michele Scarponi, who as the other pro riders used it already during this season. Among them also his team mate, Marco Marzano, who rode this Granfondo as testimonial of the Fausto Coppi-Selle San Marco. But the main piece of this exhibition was without doubts the San Marco original saddle of the legendary Fausto Coppi, an invaluable item.

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The new Concor was tried by many

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