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As I said, it takes getting used to. I do most of my riding without my hands on the handlebars which is more comfortable for my back than hunched way over. I don't even need them the handlebars to turn, but that means there's not much holding me on the seat and I have a tendency to slide around a bit on it, compared to the other seat designs. I've never slid completely off but I find that I have to grab the handlebars sometimes for some maneuvers where I never used to need them, like riding over bumps, if the bump is jarring enough. That's a tradeoff I can live with, since I don't like the sore spot I get from long rides on the other seats.
originally posted by: Bedlam
I've seen those. Do they work? I've rigged an exercise bike seat to it.
Yes I've roller-bladed long distances, but those small wheels don't like pebbles. I need to get some roller blades like I've seen Cesar Milan use on The Dog Whisperer, with the bigger wheels that don't mind the pebbles.
originally posted by: gort51
Far more efficient, cheaper, and less intrusive way ......its called roller skates...been around for 100+ years.