Old 09-24-21, 06:55 AM
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Not sure why, but I find Zwifting way more uncomfortable than outdoor riding but it could be my set up. I can ride for hours before my butt gets sore on the road but I start feeling the saddle after an hour of riding Zwift, so my answer would be YES to a more comfortable saddle.

i'm probably weird this way but I don't like to wear bike kit on the trainer and prefer performance gym clothes due to the amount of sweating, so I have to use a gel pad over my saddle. Probably not ideal but I don't have enough bike kit to cover a week of indoor training but got tons of gym/running clothes.
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