Newbie Saddle Soreness

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Re: Newbie Saddle Soreness

Postby DaveQB » Mon Jul 28, 2014 5:17 pm

tcdev wrote:Shall do, thanks. I suspect I'm on the wider side; 3rd ride 20km+ and still not enjoying it yet... :(


I thought I was too, but found with some (rough) measuring I have thin sit bones. So several quick measures like I suggested to get an idea/ballpark number.
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Re: Newbie Saddle Soreness

Postby tcdev » Thu Jul 31, 2014 3:25 pm

Still yet to measure my sit bones, but I did buy a pair of knicks yesterday - wow! What a difference a chamois makes!

My last ride was dominated by backside pain - felt every crack and lump in the track. This morning it was no more than a 'discomfort'.
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