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Old 01-08-17, 06:54 PM   #23
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Your PSA is nicely in the "normal" range. That's great! I was just re-tested and my PSA is still in the high 8. 5 range. Not much of a change from the 8.8 result about 6 months ago. I'm going to try the new Brooks C15 Cambium Carved seat to see if I get get some comfort from that style of seat. It's a rubber shell that is supposed to have great "flex" compared to the leather models, so I'm going to try it to get back on my my again. Hope it works. I'll be having another PSA test later in 2017, so I should get some "seat time" to see what that does to the results.
Ok, sounds like a plan, but I strongly feel that you should stay off the bike for 4-5 days prior to the re-test.
Good luck and best regards
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