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Re: Bontrager Saddles

Postby geekgirl » Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:56 am

Glad to read that others are experiencing problems with Bontrager Saddles. I've had this bike for a while but I've been offline from cycling. The last two times I've tried riding with this saddle I've experienced bad butt ache. Today I'm sitting with a bruised and swollen butt as a result of a 24km ride! And given the distances I've ridden in the past on other bikes and saddles this is a huge learning curve. So thanks to the others who have posted with similar complaints and hints for new saddle shopping. I'll be hitting the local shops on saturday to get this dastardly thing replaced!
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by BNA » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:09 am


Re: Saddles

Postby skcycle » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:09 am

+1 for Selle SMP, Just need to find the right model for you...
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