I have a fit client that I've seen twice whose primary comfort issue is skin on skin friction on the inside of the leg and groin. He is a former body builder with larger legs, limited hip internal rotation, a slight externally rotated gait and lateral knee tracking. During his initial fit there were observed differences between right and left on knee angles BDC and TDC. I think a part of this was the result of him sitting off center on his saddle to favor one particular side that was effected more acutely.
Oh, he uses gobs of various lubricants and as tried every expensive bib short. Any other fitters have some real world experience and/or solutions?
Barrett Brauer - FIST and Retul certified fitter http://www.socalendurancelab.com email@example.com