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Riding a bike shouldn’t be a pain in the butt. In this episode, Berkeley-based triathlete, coach and bike fitter Mitchell Reiss takes us to saddle school and discusses how saddle size, shape, cushioning, cutouts, and overall bike fit and riding posture all affect your comfort. Then we geek out with the super-cool Gebiomized saddle pressure sensor at Press Play Performance Lab to figure out why my lady parts hurt so much after long sessions on my tri bike. Follow along with the sensor images at www.pureenergypodcast.com.   Resources mentioned in this episode: Mitchell Reiss's website - multisport coaching and services Press Play Performance Lab in Berkeley Innersport Chiropractic - co-located with Press Play Find a bike fitter who uses Gebiomized saddle pressure technology ISM Adamo Century Saddle - my tri saddle ISM Adamo Attack Saddle - Ironman World Champion Mirinda Carfrae's saddle. BYO zip ties.  Cobb JOF Randee Saddle - the most comfy Cobb saddle I tried. Ultimately not for me but lots of folks trying and liking split-nose Cobb saddles for tri bikes.

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