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Shorter and wider saddle--next "trend"?....

Old 01-17-23, 07:03 PM
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I have some old saddles with springs in them in the garden shed, I think I am going to give one of them a try next. It will be like having a road-bike with rear suspension I am guessing.
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Old 01-18-23, 08:28 AM
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I ride a bunch of different saddles - seems like folks sit on them too much. Having probs = try riding more without your full weight on the saddle, good for your legs, too.
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