Qbicle seat warmer
That's good to know! Thank you. I will give it a couple weeks and see how I feel, and I might have to look into some of these tricks. Especially getting the fit of the bike just right.Actually contrary to popular belief soft seats don't really help. If problems persist after a few weeks of riding head to your local bike shop and see if you can get fitted for a saddle (they measure your sit bones by sitting on a bean bag thing) and can recommend a saddle. Also some padded bike shorts/liners will help too that's the part you want padded not the seat itself.
Lastly and perhaps most importantly, bike fit. If you haven't yet get a fit done or read up on how your bike should fit. Small adjustments here and there can make a big difference.
So, you're planning on purchasing or assembling your dream bike for the upcoming MTB season. What size should you choose? How long of a stem do you need?www.singletracks.com
Give it a few rides to settle in though, it takes me about two weeks of consistent riding each spring to work everything out to feel comfy again.