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Old 06-22-05, 06:19 PM
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Has anyone tried a Solution Saddle?

http://www.solutionbicycleseat.com/



I was trying to find Rido Saddles' website and I came across this. It looks kind of interesting, but seems like it could be really bad if it's not good. I'm not really up for spending $80 or whatever it is for this jsut to try it out.
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Old 06-22-05, 09:37 PM
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I could swear that part came off of my leg extension aperratus, apparatus, aparratus, asparagas, (sp)?

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It appears to have no fore and aft adjustability. Also, the horn on the traditional saddle has a function: it keeps you from constantly sliding forward. This one has nothing to replace that function. It looks like it would feel like a saddle with a severe nose-down tilt.
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Bought a Rido anyway, you're right though, it would be a constant struggle to keep youself on the thing.
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