I was aching for a good saddle that didn't turn my 'boys' numb. I rode this twice before an Ironman race (112 mile ride) and crossed my fingers for the race. The result: nothing - I completely forgot about it - which in my opinion is the best thing for a saddle. No worries. No pain. No aches. No numbness. Just a smooth ride(which resulted in a PR!). It wasn't till after the race that I realized that I hadn't thought about my saddle, and man parts, the entire ride - which is exactly what I want: more focus on pacing, nutrition and pushing my limits.
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