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    saddle review

    Finding the right saddle has been tricky. I started of with a Fiziks, non cut away, and found it comfortable for the sit bones but uncomfortable on the taint. So tried a Specialized Alias, cut away, and hated it. Very uncomfortable and numbed the taint. so now I have a Selle SMP TRK. It has a little more padding than the other two saddles, has a huge cut out, and looks like the Concorde with its bent down nose. Well after three rides...not very long ones, I have felt no discomfort whatsoever. The sit bones are happy and the taint is real happy
    So that is my short report. Good luck to those in search of a good saddle!
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    seen the smp trk and read reviews which were good. some said the hardest part was setting up the seat and finding the right position. is that true?

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    Always nice to read about someone's happy taint.







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    Quote Originally Posted by tortugaflats View Post
    seen the smp trk and read reviews which were good. some said the hardest part was setting up the seat and finding the right position. is that true?
    yea, it takes a little tweaking
    We cannot solve problems with the same level of consciousness that created them. A.E.

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