Jan 19, 2004 10:23 PM
|Hello all. I would like to know what are the most comfortable saddles out there? I'm willing to spend pretty hefty for comfort. I'm a little sore after my ride. I have a stock CODA on my bike. Any help would be much appreciated. I included a pic of my seat. Thanks everyone.|
Jan 20, 2004 1:32 AM
|Generally speaking I think the Fizik Aliante saddle scores one of the highest amongst a large number of people. Personally, I'm happy with both the SLR TransAm and the Aliante. Construction wise they are almost each others opposites, the first is flat and rather hard, the latter quite cushy and curved, yet both suite me very well.|
|Isn't ths a new bike? ...||witcomb|
Jan 20, 2004 4:29 AM
|Isn't this a new bike? I thought you said you just got it the other week. If this is the case, give it a chance. If it is just sore muscles, then you just need to ride. You probably noticed on your mountain bike, that you would get a sore ass if you stopped riding for a couple weeks. This is the same thing, just give it a couple rides.
You still could have problems with the saddle, but others can speak about that better than I.
|Isn't ths a new bike? ...||mtnbikernc1979|
Jan 20, 2004 10:44 PM
|Hello witcomb. Thanks for the reply. Yes this the seat on my new bike. It's just that the other day when I rode that 30 miles for the first time I noticed I kinda went numb down there afterwards. I didn't know if that was normal or not. ......Justin|
Jan 20, 2004 7:17 AM
|The Koobi au endro is the most comfortable saddle I have ever set my sweet cheeks on. Additionally, it is reasonablly light and good lookin'.
|re: Saddle? how about Real MAN saddle?||cyclopathic|
Jan 20, 2004 7:28 AM
|The Real MAN ® saddle KICKS BUTT!|| |