Ladies cycling shorts with lots of padding up front ?!

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May 2013
6:35pm, 27 May 2013
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TheBookFairy
My Alturas are ok, but I do know what you mean!
May 2013
7:33pm, 27 May 2013
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Red Squirrel
I only get a massacred ladygarden at spinning (esp double sessions). My razorblade saddle on the road bike is fine even with tri shorts (obv the set-up is good) but there's not a lot of control over spin bikes. :(
May 2013
7:50pm, 27 May 2013
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Velociraptor
I like the Altura Pro Gel too, but for the avoidance of pudendal pate I recommend slathering on lots of chamois cream, making sure you choose a variety that doesn't have menthol, tea tree oil or capsaicin in it.
PQ
May 2013
10:07pm, 27 May 2013
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PQ
Thanks for the replies. My bike is woman specific and I was fitted for it in a proper bike shop. I get that the main points of contact are the seat bones but lady bits also come into contact with the saddle (unless I'm some sort of freak of nature !). I just wanted the padding for a bit of extra comfort. May try dropping the front of the saddle a bit as Lyns suggested.
May 2013
12:48pm, 28 May 2013
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*Anj*
Try these

corinnedennis.co.uk

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