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Old 04-20-07, 05:24 AM   #1
Do I use too many commas?
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My much beloved Tricosports padded and sprung saddle needed to be replaced.

I fell in love with a Selle San Marco Pro Blaze Ti that was on deep discount at an LBS. I put it on yesterday and went for a 20 mile ride. The first five miles were pure bliss. The next ten were a little painful. The last five; I couldn't wait to get home.

Fit = perfect

Sit bones = OUCH!!!

While the saddle is great in so many ways I need to toughen up my butt to truly enjoy it. There is no real cushioning or springiness to this saddle. Kind of like riding on a perfectly contoured board!

Anyone else have similar experiences? Will my butt get used to it?
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Old 04-20-07, 06:47 AM   #2
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Sheldon could probably customize one of these with a "perfect contour" for you.
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