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Old 05-19-06, 06:23 AM   #1
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Tri Saddle adjustments

Ok, So ive put on many a road saddle and know how to level road saddles and can dial them in very quickly for myself, but i am having an issue with my Tri bike and saddle

when level the heavy nose of the tri saddle puts a little more presure on my bits than i would like but when i dip the nose a bit i keep sliding forward (but no preasure) im thinking maybe i should lower the seat post level and move the seat more forward but i also dont want to be puting more presure on my hands (via moving the seat forward) any tips on dialing in a Tri Saddle?

Aero bars(Ritchy Probiscus) and a tri Geometry bike (Quintana Roo Caliente)
Saddle is the Performance bike Tri Saddle
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