Steve Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Jamie Brunning (email@example.com) wrote:
>~ >I have been unicycling for about 6 months but I am unable to ride for ~
>>more than about 5 minutes without the saddle becoming too painful.
>Seriously though; sorry if this is patronising, but have you checked your
>apparel? Most types of Jeans have a huge lump where four seams meet, right
>where you stick the seat post. This can cause much consternation. I’ve found
>the world of difference trying different troosers and underthings…
The absolute best thing to wear is normal padded cycling shorts!
Please note that nothing should be worn under the cycling shorts, since that
would negate the comfort provided by the shorts, especially when the under
garments have bulky seams.
Also, nothing should be worn over the cycling shorts either. However, anything
without seams or very flat seams in the seat contact area might be OK in cooler
weather. Full leg length cycling pants are a better option, though for cooler
On One Wheel,
Ken Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org