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Old 06-05-09, 01:14 PM   #1
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comfy seats = a new man!


New here.

I just bought a new saddle for my bicycle, and I have to tell you all that having that slit or hole in the middle has made all the difference in comfort for me. It's relieved a lot of pressure on 'you know where.'

Anyway, I have to admit I was pretty clueless about buying replacement seats until I read a great article on what to look for. It addressed the pros and cons of material, shape, etc.

I'll share it here, if that's kosher:

This site,, has a lot of interesting articles and information for bicyclists. Thanks for welcoming me.
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Another good resource on saddles is Finding the Perfect Bicycle Seat, by Joshua Cohen. It's an ebook available from Cohen is a physical therapist who did an extensive study of the anatomical issues in cycle saddles and the claimed potential for injury, and presents his analysis and recommendations very clearly, with illustrations.
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