I want to thank everyone that posts in this group. I starting cycling again about 4 months ago, and I have found from reading this group a wealth of information, advice, and encouragement.
I am 46 years old and started out at about 410 pounds 4 months ago, down to 375 now.
My bike is a new Trek Navigator 2.0. I ride about 500 miles per month. I've had to replace the stock rear rim with a Sun Mammoth Fat with DT spokes, the suspension seat post with a strait type, the pedals, and the stock Bontrager comfort saddle with a Specialized Milano. What a difference the new saddle makes! I chose the Milano after reading about them here and learning that bigger and thicker is not always better. With the Milano saddle I can feel it supporting my sit bones correctly, and pedaling feels more natural now. My next upgrade planned will be a Thomson Elite seatpost, which has two bolts, in hopes to stop the saddle from slipping up and down, as well as creeping down the tube.
I'm looking forward to losing about another 150 pounds and moving to a road type bike.