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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-21-2017, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Had my seat redone, turned out great!

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-21-2017, 07:34 PM
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Gotta love one-of-a-kind works of art!
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The lady is pretty talented

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Had my seat redone, turned out great!
Those teeth look like they hurt to sit on......

Did you have the padding\contour redone or was it just cosmetic?

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Those teeth look like they hurt to sit on......

Did you have the padding\contour redone or was it just cosmetic?
Yes, she added memory foam and gel pads.
Still feels a little firm but I haven't had a chance to ride for an hour or two yet. I'll have to wait until then to see if it really improved it. Either way that wasn't a big priority for this bike. I have my tour bike for the long rides

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Yes, she added memory foam and gel pads.
Still feels a little firm but I haven't had a chance to ride for an hour or two yet. I'll have to wait until then to see if it really improved it. Either way that wasn't a big priority for this bike. I have my tour bike for the long rides
I've never been a fan of gel inserts but I do like a firm seat..or my seat firm...(that didn't come out right ). Anyway, yours looks cool, hope you enjoy it.
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Looks bad ass! Butt I mean good for your.....

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Had my seat redone, turned out great!
Man...that looks sweet!

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Love the looks on this. Would love this in my bike with blue instead of red. Fantastic

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