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Old 07-10-05, 12:52 AM   #1
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What is the most comfortable bike seat?

(Topic is in the question.)
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Old 07-10-05, 12:57 AM   #2
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http://www.serfas.com/ makes some comfy saddles.

I have the mens Rx which is 10x more comfy than the saddle that came with my bike.
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Raiyn has a point.

It really depends on the shape of your butt, your physical condition and your type of riding.

Searching under Brooks is a good start.
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Raiyn has a point.

It really depends on the shape of your butt, your physical condition and your type of riding.

Searching under Brooks is a good start.
Searching under "comfortable saddle" would be even better
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Nah- too obvious
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Ignoring a couple of posts above..... (I like answering new members)

I'm pretty happy with the one(Vetta TT) I have now and haven't tried other saddles for a long time. What I have seen in this forum, this seems to be a favorite of many regular members.

Sure search helps too, but there's always someone willing to give you an answer if they can. Some of us have too much time in our hands.
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Considering we got no information as to the type of riding involved nor the type of bike the original poster got the best answer possible.
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