|QR saddle covers||JS Haiku Shop|
Aug 26, 2002 11:48 AM
|any experience with them? i'm thinking a long day in the saddle might be made more pleasurable with one of these, even if applied after a while. i'm riding a ti regal.
do(u)g, didn't you use one of these on the 508?
long day in saddle
everything fine but(t) the arse
will cover appease?
|I have 3 of them.||DougSloan|
Aug 26, 2002 12:11 PM
|In the 508, I used one on my regular bike over an SLR, but the climbing bike was an uncovered SLR. I had not butt problems at all, despite 36 hours in the saddle almost continuous.
I have 3 of the covers (I'm in to redundancy). I use them for rides over 10 hours. The comfort level increase is fairly drastic, especially if you spend a lot of time down on aerobars. The padding is just right, and the surface is almost frictionless.
I'd get one and try it before your double. You might want to lower the saddle a hair to compensate, too.
|i'm sure this will fit in a c-bak or jersey pocket, no? nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Aug 26, 2002 12:44 PM
|yes, but why?||DougSloan|
Aug 26, 2002 1:00 PM
|Why not just put it on the saddle? It would be sort of nutty to carry it when you could benefit from it the whole ride, IMO.
|aha! the other way around||JS Haiku Shop|
Aug 26, 2002 1:06 PM
|no, my K-9 friend
if at first it feels just fine,
but(t) i tire of it
where to store new investment?
c-bak or pocket
ah! paul...it looks like
he's thrown his gel seat cover
into the french crowd!
thanks in advance, doug
now, colorado cyclist
has my credit card
and, one step closer
to sleeping in the dog house
(you know the feeling)
Aug 26, 2002 1:10 PM
|I get it. You know what they say about assumptions.
Don't worry, you won't want to remove it.
|right. assed and answered. thanks again. nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Aug 26, 2002 1:23 PM