Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Whittier, CA
Bikes: Specialized Roubaix
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1) bike shorts
2) when you're riding outside, you tend to stand up from time to time, or you have to stop for a light, or what have you. You're giving your butt a break. You probably aren't giving your kiester any relief while riding the trainer. I can't tell if your 60 min. are all in a row or if you get off between 20 min. segments but don't forget to lift your butt off the seat from time to time.
3) Your saddle should not be the deeply cushioned, fluffy variety. Road saddles, and even for the style bike you're riding, should be firm and supportive.
4) Consider having a shop near you evaluate your riding position to make sure you're set up correctly.
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