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Can't find a seat that doesn't cause soft tissue tears or bony areas hurt

Terry seats cause soft tissue tears when I ride in aero position and my new seat "Sitero Expert" causes a lot of pain on bony areas in aero position

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The body position on a tri bike is cruicial not only for aerodynamics, but for comfort as well. The saddle is the usual "sore" spot for most riders who try to find a more aero tuck. Unfortunately, there is no magic saddle that takes care of everyone's problems. Human physiology differs from person to person and saddles need to fit a wide range of riders. My advice would to try to find a bicycle shop with a saddle rental program, this will allow you to test ride a saddle before purchasing one. Also, do some research on the various saddles out there. I had to try six different saddles before settling on one that is perfect. Here are some links to saddle manufacturers:
Triathlon Bike Saddle For Men amp Women Koobi PRS TRI T1 Welcome Innovative SaddleMaker Products

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There is an allen screw at the base of the clamping device which holds the rails of the saddle. Loosen this screw and adjust away. Make sure you tighten it well, but not too tight or you run the risk of stripping the threads very easily.

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Always have the right size for the child to ride. It is very dangerous to give them a bike too big, you do not buy big shoes so do not try to save money that way. The seat height is gauged by the leg length, he should be able to get off easily, handlebars are according to personal preference and comfort. We sell 5000+ bicycles a year at our bike store and we size them to the person, do you know there are 24 different frame sizes in a 26" bike? Huffy makes one size in the ladies bike, it is a 19" frame, kind of a one size fits all, it does not work that way, not all size 10 clothes are the same length same with bikes. I say buy the child the right size and do not risk injury or death with the wrong size. Also, a helmet is a must, you don't recover from a brain injury. Remember, a broken arm mends, brains don't.

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The Faulhaber company went out of business in the late 80's so no chance of contacting them - you have a vintage seat or a replica. If you want a wider seat then just go to the closest bike shop and try different ones, you will be able to find one to your liking from the dozens of models there.

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