the pain in right in between my right thigh and my specials It goes away in 3 or so days but towards the end of long tides it really begins to hurt. After riding, walking hurts and i cant lay down and lift up my right leg. i am guessing this has to do with poor saddle place?
it doesnt hurt on short rides. just towards mile 90 and up
I'm guessing it's a tendon issue. I say that because I got something like this from XC ski racing when I was about your age. It took years to go away, which sounds like a tendon issue. My coach told me to just race through the pain, HTFU IOW, but that might not have been the best advice. I don't have any treatment ideas other than to say: if what you're doing hurts, stop doing it.
Further guessing that it has nothing to do with saddle, but more to do with doing too much without adequate years of preparation and training, and just plain genetic bad luck. There's a chance that a change in fit might help, but I'm guessing not. Whatever's connected to that tendon is still going to have to work to move the pedals.
I used to have a similar problem, and based on my expereince resolving my issue I'd say you should adjust your pedal stroke to stop pulling up / back so hard... till it heals.
I ride recumbents as well as upright bikes, and have had this issue irrespective of how much i have been riding each type of bike, so I think I can confirm that it's unlikely to be a saddle issue, per se.