When ridding I noticed I was only ridding on the noise of the saddle, because if I sat back on it my inner legs would rub with the saddle. I could only ride for about 30 minutes before it became too much pain. I basically feel pain between my inner legs and balls, on that tendon.
I went back to the shop and the fitter but a Cobbâ€™s G2 saddle on for me to test. It is better, but I still have some rubbing.
I read some online reviews about the sitero and rave about the saddle. I have also read online that some people angle their saddle down slightly. The bike fitter was very adamant about keeping the saddle flat and trying a new saddle with a narrower noise. My road saddle is a toupe 143, and it fits me great. My road bike was also fitted by the same fitter and it is perfect. I just want my tri bike to be the same.
I have gone to a couple of shops to look at saddles now, but most donâ€™t carry a large selection of tri saddles. I donâ€™t want to buy something unless it fixes the problem, Should I remount the sitero with a slight down angle? Any recommendations for a narrow tri saddle? Is a noiseless tri saddle something I should look for? Any thoughts are much appreciated.