dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Sat May 5 12:53:46 PDT 2007
I used to have the same setup but with a Corbin seat. I could go all day long that way. The stock seat lifts you up and pushed you forward more. The corbin allows you to sit back more. So, the stock seat does put more pressure on your butt.
Stephen Hampson <shampson at beeb.net> wrote: I have'nt really done more than 100 miles in any one session on the Gpz. I
changed the stock bars for LSL type risers a couple of weeks ago and
yesterday I did a 350 mile trip. Well after 80 miles my seat became very
uncomfortable, now is it my soft butt or is the stock seat not very good
with risers. Obviously more of, if not all my weight is on my butt now and
the pain seemed to come from the edges of the seat.
Anyone else had the problem? Was it cured with a corbin or sergeant seat?
I don't seam to recall the problem with the stock bars but that could of the
pain in my wrists taking my mind of it.
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