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Old 05-05-02, 05:47 PM
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MichaelW
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How low are your bars compared to the level of your saddle ?
Riding down low can sometimes do that.

You may want to try adjusting the angle of your hips. Tuck your butt in a bit, under your spine. This will force your sit-bones down a bit. I find that a level saddle works for me this way, but I use a very relaxed touring position.

Any change in position should be done gradually.
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