Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Central Ohio
Bikes: Two brand-less build-ups.
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Is it the same bike/sadle as when you're out riding in the real world?
There are a couple of possibilities:
If the trainer puts your bike at a different angle, (front wheel lower than rear) that could be the problem. (You may be more forward on the saddle than when riding on the road, putting more presure on the tender bits.)
If you're riding less hard than out on the road (less pressure on pedals means more pressure on seat)
If the saddle/bike isn't the same as the one you ride in the real world, it's possible that the saddle doesn't fit your ischia (the bones in your pelvis that are meant to take your weight).