TomServo wrote:Pickles are cucumbers soaked in EVIL!
ConnieH wrote:in addition to padding your seat, I'd suggest you ride a bunch before the burn - get those butt bones (and muscles) ready to ride. The day after my first mountain bike ride of the season, my bum hurrrts enough to not want to get back on the bike for a few days, even with my ergonomically correct memory foam padded seat - would hate to have a sore bum ruin your burn ;-)
Shambala wrote:Why don't you bulk up on fast food for the next three months and use the butt fat as your seat padding? It will save you the trouble of making a fur seat cover!
Bounce530 wrote:Problem I see with a duct taped seat would be, the glue of the tape will become soft due to the heat of the day and your butt bouncing around on it. The tape will move, slide, and roll, your butt will stick to the glue that is exposed, creating a mess, plus like what was mentioned it would most likely create moop. But hey, you might like duct tape boogers on your ass, who knows...could make for some interesting convo starters...
EmilyD wrote:Shambala wrote:Why don't you bulk up on fast food for the next three months and use the butt fat as your seat padding? It will save you the trouble of making a fur seat cover!
Shambala, funny you should post a photo of my ass, but alas, big asses hurt just like lil asses on hard seats. You see the padding all smoooshes over the sides and doesn't land where you need it, on the bum bones. ;-o
Elorrum wrote:It will make a big difference if you go through the owie phase before hand. ride through some soreness at home, and it will make your burning man riding much more enjoyable.
I tried a seat with springs last year, and it was just great. really took the jarring bumps out of the ride.
diane o'thirst wrote:Caveat: I ride a recumbent bike. Exceptionally comfortable and stress-less ride.
Most recumbent bikes have big, well-padded seats (perforce), but I found that not enough cush for my tuckus. So I wrapped the seat in a sheepskin. The big fluffy ones you get from New Zealand. Spent hours and hours whacking it to get the better part of the Playa out of it, but seeing as wool is alkaline anyway it didn't damage it much. And the cush factor was definitely worth it.
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