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Old 07-29-15, 06:53 AM
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JohnJ80
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What's going to happen now in this thread is that everyone is going to chime in with the saddle they like. Since their hinder is different than yours, that's completely useless information.

Go to a decent bike store starting with where you bought the bike and work with them to try different saddles. All good bike shops have a try before you buy plan or are very patient in helping you find the right saddle through experimentation. I say "all" because having a program or plan like this is definitional to what a "good" bike shop is.

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