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So, in lieu of Road.cc testing out this saddle, I'd like to ask if anyone out there has tried or seen one of these bad boys://road.cc/sites/default/files/IMG_8674.jpeg)https://infinitybikeseat.com/

 

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ktache [1851 posts] 5 months ago
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It looks very pricey for almost nothing.

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don simon fbpe [2989 posts] 5 months ago
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Give Porn Pedallers a shout.

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janusz0 [343 posts] 5 months ago
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Going by the water bottle price, it looks as if they need to move the decimal points one place to the left.

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hawkinspeter [3848 posts] 4 months ago
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Looks like the picture stopped working. (And it's back again. Something to do with me using the  link to a picture uploaded in a comment without saving the comment).

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bechdan [249 posts] 4 months ago
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Id rather have sore bum with a cheap saddle than pay £220, but hey each to their own! I know for certain you can get comfortable saddles for much less

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hawkinspeter [3848 posts] 4 months ago
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Maybe this could be a solution for painful swellings?

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/mar/26/hannah-dines-saddle-research-pain-swelling-female-cyclists

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The problem is, vaginas are already so associated with pain – there’s periods, penetrative sex when you aren’t ready, penetrative sex when you are ready and the mother of them all: labour. Having a vagina means having pain so maybe being a cyclist with a vagina means pain with a bit more pain added on top. I would accept this if, in comparison to every other aspect of the bike, the male-anatomy-specific-saddle hadn’t received such a lack of research and design development as to be laughable. And, of course, men get horrendous saddle sores too. But when bike helmets are marketed by the Germany transport ministry using a model in her underwear with the slogan “Looks like shit. But saves my life,” instead of maybe using one of the country’s host of Olympic champion bike sprinters; or the fact that women are still excluded from the Tour de France, there is a feeling that female bike racing is not taken as seriously. This has a huge impact on health and research.