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Old 03-27-08, 08:17 AM
Fueled by Boh
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I find my brooks saddle comfortable enough in terms of comfort on the 'sit bone' area, but I'm having trouble getting the saddle pitch right.
I either find myself pointing the nose of the saddle up, to put my sit bones where they're supposed to be, and ending up with the saddle nose too high -- or tilting the saddle nose down a bit, only to end up sliding onto the nose. both of these outcomes are supposed to have rather disagreeable long term effects. any tips?
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