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Old 01-28-11, 10:02 PM   #1
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ISM Adamo Saddle

I am needing a new saddle and I am interested in the ISM Adamo Century saddle. Are there any other clydes or athenas or whoever using one? The problem that I have pressure on the pudendal nerve and arteries while in the aero position and it looks like this saddle will alleviate the issue. Any suggestions?
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I use the ISM Adamo Road Saddle and love it. Absolutely no pressure or numbness down below. I have ridden many 40-50 mile rides wih no discomfort at all. The only thing that you might find is a lack of directional control when taking hands off the bars because the saddle is quite short.
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