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  • Have you sweep out the cigarettes from that floor of your yet?

  • Yes I have, thank's for your concern.

  • I got a specialized Romin recently and absolutely love it. The shape is perfect, it's got very little padding and you don't move around on it at all.

    Hmm, as a Regal-e fan you have my attention. Might have to try one.

  • Henry dude, I have a spare ashtray if you want it

  • I have ashtray's, however I am lazy. I was just smoking while putting together the visp a while ago and dropped it on the floor and you could see it when I took a photo of the complete bike.
    Regal, you're welcome to try it out this wednesday at beers.

  • Cheers, will definitely check it out. Which width, out of interest? The 143mm?

  • 130.

  • I really liked the clasic regeal. The Regal-e just looks awesome. Super light and tight when held in the flesh. May try and hire a test one from Pedal Revolutions in Norwich when my new bike gets sorted....

  • Both Sumo and I prefer the Regal-e to the standard Regal (despite my username). Great saddle IMO.

  • Just upgraded to a Fizik Arione Wingflex Manganese (Sailor sold it to me, as new for £10! Winner!). Feels good.

    Have a white-on-white one of those, myself. Never found anything else that's as kind to my sit bones. Paid a bit more than a tenner for it, though.

  • Ok, Ive now managed to work myself into a panic about erectile disfunction and sluggish swimmers. Been getting a bit achey in the aggot region as my mileage has gone up a bit recently.

    Anyway, I think Im going to bite the bullet have a crack (heh) at one of these:

    http://www.ismseat.com/products.htm

    So, the Road is the same design as the Racing, but more padded. The Racing is designed for more aero positions, TT etc, which isnt what I need, so I guess that excludes both of those.

    Thinking of the Breakaway, which is the Podium but more padded.

    Does anyone know anything about which one of these would be most suitable for a commutenenger? I am a bit confused by the technical mumbo jumbo.

    Currently riding on an Arione, which Ive liked very much until recently.

  • I have a small nice project that need a specific saddle.

    since the frame is Red, white and blue so am i after a saddle in these colors. Would love to have the French flag. But that isnt the most importent thing.
    So do you have any suggestions? Concor, Kashimax?

    Regs.

  • I am trying to talk about my genitals.

  • I have a small nice project that need a specific saddle.

    since the frame is Red, white and blue so am i after a saddle in these colors. Would love to have the French flag. But that isnt the most importent thing.
    So do you have any suggestions? Concor, Kashimax?

    Regs.


    http://www.condorcycles.com/Saddles/8171­-Fizik-Arione-Saddle-National-Champions-­Edition/flypage.tpl.html

  • looks good now, give it a couple of months ass wear to lose the lustre..

  • Wear some white jeans, give it a couple of weeks and your ass will look awesome.

    It will look like your dick is performing with the Red Arrows.

  • my ass does look awesome already- lifetime of cycling helped with that,
    yours however...

  • It's true, you do have a fantastic posterior

  • well you know, at least thats one compensation for being a bike addict

  • While I use a Spoon for both eating soup and riding about on.
    I would like to own a Brooks ( Because everyone else goes on about them all the time )
    I wouldn't mind trying ( plonking down on ) a Soma Okami.
    Never seen one up close and personal - but it looks OK, just wish it came in brown.


    Tokyo fixed have it on sale...

    got^

    Them Somas look dope. Saw them last time i was @ TFG with the Paisley Embossment! Had a Regal for ages. Was nice, but after 60 miles wasn't forgiving on my derier. Just upgraded to a Fizik Arione Wingflex Manganese (Sailor sold it to me, as new for £10! Winner!). Feels good.

    Mines the black one with red stripe... Would have gone black on black, but hey a tenner!

    got silver, plain

    Specialized Jett.

    Doesn't seemed to have a problem with them, the 155mm version that is, it's very tolerance compare to the other 155mm SP saddle I've tried.

    The thing about the Jett is that the sidewall flex a lots, which made a huge difference in comfort compare to saddle that's stupidity stiff.

    Will have to try Specialized Ruby to see how it is as they appear to be similar to the Jett, just lighter and thinner.

    Ok, Ive now managed to work myself into a panic about erectile disfunction and sluggish swimmers. Been getting a bit achey in the aggot region as my mileage has gone up a bit recently.

    Anyway, I think Im going to bite the bullet have a crack (heh) at one of these:

    http://www.ismseat.com/products.htm

    So, the Road is the same design as the Racing, but more padded. The Racing is designed for more aero positions, TT etc, which isnt what I need, so I guess that excludes both of those.

    Thinking of the Breakaway, which is the Podium but more padded.

    Does anyone know anything about which one of these would be most suitable for a commutenenger? I am a bit confused by the technical mumbo jumbo.

    Currently riding on an Arione, which Ive liked very much until recently.

    not got^

  • Sweet! That one have the right colors indeed. If i dont fint a older one i will go whit that.
    The frame is form the mid 90´s so the right look is quite important.

  • Planet x super light;

    I've got one on my audax/touring bike and It's comfy as anything. I might buy one for my fixed gear before long but the charge spoon has loads of life left in it yet.

  • Ok, Ive now managed to work myself into a panic about erectile disfunction and sluggish swimmers. Been getting a bit achey in the aggot region as my mileage has gone up a bit recently.

    at your advancing decrepitude sluggish swimmers are the least of your worries; no it's more about stimulating the prostate!

  • @balks, i have used a flite for over 15 years, then moved to a stripped slr (as hard as)
    had to go and do a "test" a month ago, and all is better than good.
    so i wouldn't worry too much, and you'll never get a bird anyways :)

  • good to hear right there for all of us in the dad bike corner,
    message to Balkster --harsh!

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