Join Date: Jan 2009
Bikes: More than 1, but, less than S-1
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Wow, can't fault you for not trying different saddles. For my size, I ride a what I would consider to be a surprisingly narrow saddle, Selle Italia Flight Genuine Gel. The first two things I would think of in your case, would be saddle hieght and nose angle. If it's too high or tilted not exactly right you could suffer. Have you had the problem since the bike was new or is it something that has developed as you've lost weight? If the bike has been properly fit to you, I would start by making a fairly small nose down adjustment or lowering it ever so slightly. If you're looking for a new saddle I would recommend you find a dealer that has one of the various sit bone measurement devices(Specialized, Trek, etc.). From that, they can recommend saddles that should fit your bone structure best.
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