jonm wrote:I've just got the Aliante Kurve to test so will report back after some decent miles...
First impression in terms of looks and quality are very good indeed.
Is it a demo model?
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giant man wrote:So why didn't you try the Aliante version of the Curve, the bull? This is the one I will be looking at, after so many years on an Aliante, and as you, always numb down there, hoping the Curve will be the one(!)
keunes wrote:Really like the idea of this new saddle range... But will this peas of technology take the blisters and sore ass away?
I have mounted on all my currect bikes the arione saddle, in al those years on the bike I still sometimes have a sore ass and blisters... is this normal? What's the definition of saddle pain, what's normal and what's not?? Tell me your experiences, cause imo a little bit of saddlepain is normal...
ricerocket wrote:I get maybe some dull pain on rides upwards of 100km. No open sores or blisters though, maybe you need to take hygiene a little more seriously? Do you use a chamois cream?