Old 05-23-17, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by speshelite View Post
I can't discuss his ideas any further as they are demonstrably stupid.
Reacclimation can easily cause soreness and pain, FWIW. How else do you explain my bottom being a bit sore for the first couple rides, then perfectly fine on that exact same saddle the remainder of the year on much longer rides?

As you have more knowledge than a fairly well respected cycling source, though, I'll just leave it at I personally find it ridiculous that the average person would take months (or possibly longer, no clue how long it has been for the OP) off from riding, and it having absolutely no effect on the tissues on their bottom that come in contact with the saddle.
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