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 Post subject: Thank you Lady Provost
PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2006 9:50 am 
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Your Lady Gel Flow arrived in the post yesterday (although my Mum didn't know what mensuration meant!) I didn't get it until after I'd been out on Peregrine, so testing shall have to wait until today or tomorrow.

It might be a tad wide. We shall see.

I shall treasure it, knowing it has seen the touch of your fair bottom cheeks.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2006 12:42 pm 
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Jolly good! I am glad it was an informative and potentially useful parcel. I am sure it will enjoy being treasured, and it will probably enjoy a friendly pat after use.....


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Have Hummers or Zipper attempted to join with a female ID yet? A collection of sniffable saddles seems like a suitable attraction. :^o :evilchuffy: :gunner:

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There's no sign of interference as yet :ninja: They might be unlucky with this saddle though, as it has a strategic cut-out where smells might have nested. They're welcome to sniff the back end of it though :mrgreen:


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Lady Bags, would you be so kind as to email me your postal address please, as I appear to have mislaid it in the move north :oops: .

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 12:23 pm 
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One fifty mile ride later and I can report that the saddle is still flirting with the soubriquet of benevolent cloud, although there are a couple of sore points further forward which comes of being at precisely the wrong state of trimmage, if you get my drift.

I'm certainly not having problems with my sit bones feeling hard done by.

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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 2:37 pm 
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:P Yay saddle!

I know exactly what you mean.

My latest Terry saw me through a century on Saturday, but the combination of wet chamois (for that great "Tenalady" feel) and trimmage produced slight soreness.

My bum still hurt a bit, too, but all in all it's better than anything I've tried on Poppy so far.


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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 2:56 pm 
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Yes. I have to agree with you on the wet chamois + incorrect trimmage = chafing.

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Last night in the shower I found the exact site of the chafe.

Ooooh. Ow. Ouch :cry:

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Nasty.

I am getting on quite well with the Selle now that I have it adjusted to the correct attitude. Managed 40 miles on Sunday with no complaints. (Well, some about the headwind but that doesn't count).

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I think a little more tweaking is in order.

And possibly some personal grooming.

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