Join Date: May 2007
Location: Santa Cruz Mountains
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Most people don't stand, or even move around much, when riding the trainer. So you get numbness and soreness problems that you don't get in real life.
The easy fix is to move around and get off the saddle every 5-10 minutes.
BTW, you should measure your bike's setup (seat height, for/aft position, bar height, etc). and write it down. The bike shop doesn't keep that info. You have to. Also, put a wrap of electrical tape on the seat post where it goes into the frame. That way you can see if the post is slipping down in the frame.