General Cycling Discussion - poor condition or time for a new saddle?
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01-27-10, 08:06 PM
I finally got around to putting my bike on the trainer last night. I hadnt been on the bike since September... I rode 35 minutes +/- and seemed comfortable while riding. This morning my sit bones were sore. I got on to ride tonight and was uncomfortable on the saddle. I adjusted it back a bit and it seemed better but still a little sore.
am I in poor condition or should I start looking for a new saddle?
01-27-10, 08:09 PM
My money would be on poor condition. Was this saddle comfortable in September after a season of riding? Has anything changed the saddle's condition?
01-28-10, 08:36 AM
i dont remember it being uncomfortable
the saddle is the same as when I left it. I wore bike shorts then and now. I'll ride on it for another week or so and report back...
01-29-10, 08:43 AM
My money would be on poor condition. Was this saddle comfortable in September after a season of riding? Has anything changed the saddle's condition? Agreed...So the season ends? I thought we just put on our fenders and studs and kept riding.;)
01-30-10, 10:31 PM
Agreed...So the season ends? I thought we just put on our fenders and studs and kept riding.;)
meh, im either not that tough or not that diehard :o the outdoor season ends, then some indoor "pre-season training" then outdoor season resumes.
01-31-10, 12:30 AM
That happens to me after no time riding. It goes away in about three days. Don't worry.
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