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Best Bicycle Saddle for Men with Prostate Issues

Old 08-01-18, 09:40 AM
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Best Bicycle Saddle for Men with Prostate Issues

Does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks
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No , (just throw out a suggestion , which is less than an actual recommendation)

try one of those noseless ones yet .. ?
A couple years ago NY Times had a piece written about that type,

2 sit pads, nothing more..

the shop sold the last one to someone who had read about them in the NYT,

since it sat there for years before that, shop never restocked it.


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