Bicycle saddle

Rubric: Hybrid bicycles | 14 May 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle saddle

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Bicycle Saddle Fit: Cycling Gear Guide | Bicycling Magazine

Rubric: Triathlon | 8 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Bicycle Saddle Fit: Cycling Gear Guide | Bicycling Magazine

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Bike Saddle Reviews – OutdoorGearLab

Rubric: Other | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Bike Saddle Reviews – OutdoorGearLab

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Best Bike Saddles for Touring | Bicycle Touring Guide.com

Rubric: Other | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best Bike Saddles for Touring | Bicycle Touring Guide.com

Bicycle Saddles The topic of bicycle saddles can be a never-ending argument amongst cyclists. What saddle is best for me may not be the best for someone else. So I am not going to try to sell you on my choice of a bicycle saddle. Bicycle Saddles For Touring What Makes a Saddle Comfortable? When you sit on a flat surface, the soft tissue between the surface and your ‘sit bone’ supports most of your weight. It is the same for bicycle saddles. Your behind might feel fine at first on a padded saddle because you are adding more ‘soft material’ between the hard surface and your ‘sit bones’. As the miles roll away and your behind becomes sore, the pain will ...

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How to Choose the Best Mountain Bike Saddle | Singletracks Mountain Bike Blog

Rubric: Other | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
How to Choose the Best Mountain Bike Saddle | Singletracks Mountain Bike Blog

How to Choose the Best Mountain Bike Saddle You’ve got upgradeitis. You know you can have more fun on the bike and are looking to maximize the potential of your trusty steed, but where to start? What is the single most important upgrade for your bike to make the ride more productive or enjoyable? Hikers and backpackers will tell you the number one priority is getting the proper footwear—after all, the feet take quite a pounding. For bikers, what receives the lion’s share of discomfort? Not the feet, since turning cranks is a low impact activity. No, for bikers, it’s something else entirely. How do I say this without getting too personal? If you’re sensitive, you best turn away ...

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