Ripped Miyata bumper

After only a couple of months together, the front bumper of my miyata seat decided to seperate and go their seperate ways, citing irreconcilable differences. The split was far from amicable and a 50/50 agreement was not reached, more like 70/30.
I was thinking of coating the new (not yet purchased) with some fiberglass cloth. Any suggestions?

Re: Ripped Miyata bumper

In article <Drewnicycle.6kq8b@timelimit.unicyclist.com>,
Drewnicycle <Drewnicycle.6kq8b@timelimit.unicyclist.com> wrote:
)
)After only a couple of months together, the front bumper of my miyata
)seat decided to seperate and go their seperate ways, citing
)irreconcilable differences. The split was far from amicable and a 50/50
)agreement was not reached, more like 70/30.
)I was thinking of coating the new (not yet purchased) with some
)fiberglass cloth. Any suggestions?

I bought two blue Miyata saddles around the same time, and one is near
divorce while the other is only beginning to express marital
discontent. Short of salvaging handles from previous-generation
saddles, is there any therapy we could apply to our poor handles to
help them renew their bonds?
-Tom

Take it off and buy a Reeder handle.