THE MOST COMFORTABLE SADDLE I HAVE EVER RIDDEN IN
Proxim W650 155 Sport T2.0 "Possibly the most comfortable saddle I have ever ridden in" - 52 year old road bike rider. "Wow - what a game changer - longer more fun rides, at just the change of a saddle." 47 year old MTB rider. "Like a hug from a cuddly teddy" The saddle comfort as described by one male rider ! Feedback from a group of 12 riders who trialled the saddle - 11 of the 12 riders said they are now considering a permanent change to the Proxim - with 6 of the 12 rider
Keeping the bushes trimmed....
Following on from an amazing article last week that said all cyclists should keep their pubic hair to prevent saddle soreness. I just want to add the other side to the argument -to save millions of beauticians from bankruptcy and to also stop us women cyclists getting referred to as 70's European throwbacks (No offence to my German followers) Yes it is correct that shaving, waxing, or plucking pubic hairs increases your risk for an ingrown pubic hair, this can cause a small,
Saddle sores vary between individuals. However, a general description would be a sore, often raised area of skin in the region that makes regular contact with the saddle. There is the ongoing debate of to have pubic hair or to not ? You can be in on of 2 camps - some say it protects and acts as a barrier- others that this is asking to get an infected follicle, when the hair grows back into the skin (Owch!) Some saddle sores look a lot like spots and these are often caused by