The 18 Best Bike Saddles for Prostate Relief + 3 Tips to Improve Your Riding Comfort

Best Bike Saddles for Prostate Relief: A SQlab saddle detail with field in the background

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This is a selection of the best bike saddles for prostate relief and prostate-friendly saddles. You can use them for any type of bike.

If you have ever experienced problems down there, these saddles may increase your riding comfort and allow you to focus on enjoying your ride.

I selected them based on consultation with a pro bike fitter and in-depth study of this topic.

Generally speaking, the most prostate-friendly saddles have a short nose, relief channel, or cutout. But it is a little bit more complicated than that, as you find out later in this article.

Continue reading to learn more about choosing the right saddle, and I will give you proven tips to improve your riding comfort.

DISCLAIMER: If you experience extensive prostate problems, make sure to consult them with your doctor first. This article doesn’t provide any medical advice.

Before You Buy a New Saddle

Before buying a new saddle, make sure to tweak your bike fit. The wrong bike fit may cause discomfort in your intimate area. Feel free to watch this bike fitting series or visit your local bike fitter to improve your position on a bike.

Also, remember that every rider is different. The saddle that fits me may not fit you. Therefore, I recommend trying a saddle before buying it to avoid spending money on a saddle that does not fit you.


How to Choose the Best Bike Saddle for Prostate Relief?

The following part is a simplified version of my fully dedicated guide on choosing a bike saddle that is very detailed and full of useful tips.

Please, remember, choosing the right saddle is a process of trial and error. Therefore, the rules and tips may not apply to every rider.

Find the Right Shape of the Saddle

To understand how to choose the right shape of the saddle, we have to take a short trip to our body anatomy.

Our ischium bones create a ‘V’ shape. This means that if you ride in a normal, upright position, the area’s width with the most pressure is wider than if you ride in an aero position that forces your pelvis to rotate forward. In other words, the pressure moves to the front part of the saddle.

The following video illustrates it well.

The prostate is located between the bladder and the penis. According to webmd.com, prostate growth affects virtually all men over 50. The symptoms include:

  • difficult urination
  • a weak flow of urine
  • “stop-start” peeing
  • frequent and/or urgent need to pee
  • etc.

Sources: nhs.uk, webmd.com

When we put all this information together, we find out that some saddle shapes are more ‘prostate friendly’ than others. Below, I explain this further.

Relief Channel and Cutout

This study shows that bike saddles with a relief channel or a cutout may reduce the pressure on your perineum area. But, if the saddle won’t fit well, you may experience pinching.

An illustration of a saddle cutout vs. relief channel
Cut out vs. relief channel saddle | Source: cyclistshub.com

The good news is that if you find out that saddles with cutout pinch you, most manufacturers also produce the same saddles without it.

Saddle Curvature

Saddles come with a different curvature. Curved saddles may not be the best option for riders with prostate problems because they may cause more pressure on the soft tissue.

Look for saddles that are flat and provide a larger sitting area for your sit bones. See the following picture for a better illustration.

An illustration of a flat and curved bicycle saddle and how it affects ischium
Flat vs. curved saddle and sit bones (ischium)

Consider Other Saddle Features

The following bike saddle features may not be important for all riders, but you should not forget to consider them when choosing your next saddle.

Padding

The general rule of thumb is that the lighter you are, the less padding you need. I know some lightweight riders who have saddles made only of carbon that have no padding. But, this may not apply to all riders.

Let’s say you weigh around 180 lb (82 kg). You will probably appreciate it if the saddle has foam or gel padding to improve your comfort.

Just remember one thing:

More padding ≠ More comfort

As always, it depends on how well the saddle fits you and what is your preferred riding style.

In the last years, manufacturers like Fizik or Specialized also started to experiment with 3D printed saddles. This technology allows them to adjust the density in various saddle areas to maximize the comfort for different riding positions.

Seatpost Compatibility

Bike saddles use two types of rails – round and oval. Round rails are used on most saddles, while round rails are on carbon saddles.

Make sure to double-check if your seatpost clamps are compatible with oval shape rails if you decide to buy a carbon bike saddle. Otherwise, you won’t be able to attach the saddle to your seatpost, and you waste money (and time).

Weight

The weight of the saddle depends on the used materials and the type of saddle. You should not sacrifice your comfort for the sake of the low weight – especially if you experience prostate problems.

Ride discomfort will cause you won’t enjoy your ride, and you won’t perform well. But, this doesn’t mean that heavy, cushioned saddles are comfortable. It again depends on how well it fits you and your riding style.

Higher-end saddles weigh around 200g, while more affordable ones can exceed the 400g mark.

Brand

Here are a few bike saddle brands that produce quality saddles and also prostate-friendly saddles. It is up to your preference of what brand and saddle type do you prefer.

  • Bontrager
  • Fabric
  • Fizik
  • ISM
  • PRO
  • Prologo
  • SQlab
  • Selle Italia
  • Selle SMP
  • Specialized

Bike Saddles for Prostate Relief FAQ


What Are the Best Bike Saddles for Prostate Relief?

The best bike saddles for prostate relief are mostly those with a relief channel or cutout and a short nose. Because everybody has slightly different needs, no saddle will fit all riders. Therefore, don’t be afraid to try multiple saddles before finding the one that suits you best. Remember that if your bike fit is wrong, no bike saddle will fit the discomfort you may experience down there.

Respiro Athletic cushioned saddle with prostate relief channel
Respiro Athletic Bike Saddle

Also available at rei.com

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Selle SMP TRK bike saddle with prostate relief channel (one of the most prostate-friendly saddles on the market)
Selle SMP TRK

Also available at performancebike.com

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SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE (Active) bike saddle with cutout that eases the pressure on perineum
SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE (Active)

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Selle SMP TRK

Selle SMP TRK bike saddle with prostate relief channel (one of the most prostate-friendly saddles on the market)

Main Features

  • Available widths: 160mm, 177mm
  • Weight: 395g (160mm), 400g (177mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for recreational and long rides

I know what you are thinking – this saddle looks ridiculous. Yes, I don’t like its shape as well, but comfort is more important on a bike.

Selle SMP TRK is one of a kind saddle suitable for men and women. It is ideal for recreational use because its high weight is not very suitable for racers and performance-oriented riders.

It has thicker and more comfortable padding than performance saddles, and thanks to the large cutout, it relieves the pressure on your intimate areas. This is perfect for long endurance rides.

Its most iconic feature is the dropped nose, which, according to Selle SMP, provides you with additional support and stability. It is also great for a more aggressive riding position where the long nose may cause issues.

If you have thicker thighs, they may rub against the dropped nose, so make sure to wear proper cycling shorts.

The biggest downside of this saddle is the high weight which is almost twice as high as other similar saddles.


SQlab 611 ERGOWAVE

SQlab 611 ERGOWAVE S-Tube (carbon rails) (Non-Active) bike saddle with a cutout that eases the pressure on the perineum
SQlab 611 ERGOWAVE S-Tube (carbon rails) Non-Active
SQlab 611 ERGOWAVE S-Tube (titanium rails) (Non-Active) bike saddle with a cutout that eases the pressure on the perineum
SQlab 611 ERGOWAVE S-Tube (titanium rails) Active

Main Features

  • Available widths: 120mm, 130mm, 140mm, and 150mm
  • Weight
    • Non-Active: 205g (120mm), 206g (130mm), 207g (140mm), 208g (150mm)
    • Active: 238g (120mm), 239g (130mm), 240g (140mm), 242g (150mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for mountain biking but can be used for other disciplines as well
  • Weight limit: 100kg (220lb)

SQlab took bicycle saddles to another level. They invest heavily in research and development. As a result, their saddles are by many considered one of the best bike saddles on the market.

You can notice that the shape of their saddles differs from other saddles on the market. The raised wings will support your bottom resulting in better pressure distribution, comfort, and even power transmission.

This saddle is available in 2 options – with or without SQlab Active technology. It enables a physiologically correct movement of the pelvis. This means you won’t get tired as quickly, and it also prevents pain in the lumbar spine (learn more).

The center dip relieves the pressure on your perineal area. Again, this will appreciate by both men and women.

The only minor disadvantages of this saddle are the higher price and the hard padding that takes some time to get used to.


SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE

SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE (Non-Active) bike saddle with a cutout that eases the pressure on the perineum
SQlab 612 R ERGOWAVE (Non-Active)
SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE (Active) bike saddle with a cutout that eases the pressure on the perineum
SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE (Active)

Main Features

  • Available widths: 120mm, 130mm, 140mm, and 150mm (for 612 Active only)
  • Weight
    • 612 R (Non-Active): 165g (120mm), 168g (130mm), 170g (140mm)
    • 612 (Active): 225g (120mm), 227g (130mm), 230g (140mm), 232g (150mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well
  • Weight limit
    • 612 R (Non-Active): 90kg (198lb)
    • 612 (Active): 100kg (220lb)

SQlab 612 Ergowave is similar to SQlab 611 but is designed for road cycling. It is lighter, and its narrower and shorter shape is optimized for a more aggressive riding position.

There are several variants of the 612 ERGOWAVE saddle. You can get the one with or without Active technology, lightweight saddle (marked with the letter “R”), and saddles with rails from different materials. I picked 612 R ERGOWAVE (Non-Active) and 612 ERGOWAVE (Active) to make things easier.

Bike fitters love the SQlab 612 ERGOWAVE Active because it solves rider’s discomfort in the perineum are most of the time. It is a few dozens of grams heavier than the 612 R, but if you don’t try to minimize your bike weight and you want to get extra comfort, get the Active version.

Keep in mind that the padding is hard, and it takes some time to get used to.


Fizik Antares Versus Evo R3 Adaptive Saddle

Fizik Antares Versus Evo R3 Adaptive Saddle with a prostate relief channel to ease the pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 139mm and 149mm
  • Weight: 217g (139mm), 220g (149mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling
  • 3D-Printed upper

If you are performance-oriented and money is not a problem for you, this Fizik’s 3D printed saddle should catch your attention.

I’ve read dozens of reviews on this saddle, and owners repeat mainly one thing – comfort. Thanks to the unique 3D-printed upper, you can sit in different positions and still experience a high comfort level.

The channel for pressure relief eases the pressure on your soft tissue, further improving your comfort.

There are only two main disadvantages – it is difficult to keep it clean because the dirt can easily enter the mesh structure; therefore, this saddle is suitable mainly for road cycling. And the second disadvantage is the higher price.

Evo R3 Adaptive is also slightly heavier than the S-Works Power with Mirror, so if you need to cut a few grams, make sure to check its alternative.

Also available at trekbikes.com


S-Works Power with Mirror

3D-printed S-Works Power with Mirror bike saddle with a prostate relief channel that eases pressure on intimate parts
S-Works Power with Mirror | Source: performancebike.com

Main Features

  • Available widths: 143mm and 155mm
  • Weight: 144g (143mm), 190g (155mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling
  • 3D-Printed upper
  • SWAT-compatible mounts for lights and other accessories

S-Works Power with Mirror is another 3D printed saddle. It has a completely different shape than the Fizik Antares Versus Evo R3 Adaptive Saddle.

Its nose is very short, allowing you to ride in a more aggressive riding position, so if you like riding on drops, this saddle is the way to go. Thanks to its large cutout, it also eases the pressure on your perineum.

Owners agree that this saddle is very comfortable, even for long distances. It is ideal for both men and women.

If you want to cut down a few grams, you will appreciate its lower weight than the Evo R3. Or, if you have SWAT-compatible accessories, you can take advantage of the SWAT mounts.

However, no product is perfect. This saddle is relatively expensive, easily traps dirt, and is only available in two widths.


Selle Italia SLR Boost TM SuperFlow

Selle Italia SLR Boost TM SuperFlow bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 130mm and 145mm
  • Weight: 208g (130mm), 218g (145mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

Selle Italia SLR Boost TM SuperFlow is iconic for its large cutout to ease the pressure on your intimate area.

It is ideal for road cycling, but many people use it for its hybrid, MTB, or electric bikes. SLR Boost has a pretty large sitting area which is great for support in more upright sitting positions.

Its rails are made from manganese alloy, ensuring great flexibility and strength. This means the saddle absorbs minor vibrations and bumps to improve your comfort further.

Unfortunately, this saddle is available in 2 widths only, so if your sit bones width is too wide, this saddle won’t fit you.

Also available at competitivecyclist.com, jensonusa.com, and wiggle.co.uk


Specialized Power Comp

Specialized Power Comp review

Specialized Power Comp front top view

Specialized Power Comp view from the side

Specialized Power Comp view from the rear

Specialized Power Comp view from the front

Specialized Power Comp review

Specialized Power Comp front top view

Specialized Power Comp view from the side

Specialized Power Comp view from the rear

Specialized Power Comp view from the front

Main Features

  • Available widths: 143mm, 155mm, and 168 mm
  • Weight: 247g (143mm), 253g (155mm), 253g (168mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

Specialized Power Comp has a large cutout that relieves the pressure on the soft tissue. Thanks to the multiple widths, it suits people with narrow and wide sit bones.

One of the things I like the most about it is its short nose and longer sit bones area. It provides enough support so you can efficiently push into pedals (especially when climbing).

Just like Fizik Argo Tempo R5, Specialized Power Comp has a curved rear area to prevent you from slipping backward. However, its upper is slippery, so it won’t keep you in one position.

Its biggest disadvantage is the higher weight than more performance-oriented saddles.

Also available at performancebike.com or you can read my Specialized Power Comp review.


Fizik Argo Tempo R5

Fizik Argo Tempo R5 bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 150mm and 160mm
  • Weight: 241g (150mm), 247g (160mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

Tempo Argo R5 is an ideal saddle for riders with wide sit bones because it is available in two widths only. If you have narrower sit bones, check out Specialized Power Comp, which is similar.

Thanks to its short nose, it is suitable for a more aggressive riding position on drops. Although the sit bones area is pretty large, owners report the upright position is not very comfortable.

You also won’t slip backward thanks to its raised rear part, and you also get sufficient ischial support.

Its durable construction ensures that this saddle can handle even heavier riders. So if you weigh around 220lb (100kg), you don’t have to be afraid of breaking it.

Also available at performancebike.com and wiggle.co.uk


Selle Italia Novus Superflow Endurance

Selle Italia Novus Superflow Endurance bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 138mm and 149mm
  • Weight: 306g (138mm), 310g (149mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

The Selle Italia Novus Superflow Endurance may remind you of Selle SMP TRK a little bit. It has a relief channel across its whole length and dropped nose to ease the pressure on your perineum.

It is well built and durable, so even heavier riders can use it without worrying about weird noises or breaking it.

Novus Superflow Endurance is perfect – yes, you guessed it – for long endurance rides. It has extra padding to keep your bottom comfortable for the whole day.

Its main downside is the higher weight compared to other saddles in a similar price range.

Also available at wiggle.co.uk


Velmia Road Bike Saddle

Budget Velmia Road Bike Saddle bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 147mm
  • Weight: 400g
  • Ideal for all types of cycling disciplines

This is one of the most affordable saddles in this selection. If you don’t want to spend a fortune on your next saddle, I recommend trying it.

It is well padded and has a cutout for relieving the pressure from your perineum. However, owners sometimes complain that the upper material is too grippy. This may cause minor issues when changing positions.

Its main downside is the weight is twice as high as performance-oriented saddles and only one available width (147mm).


Fabric Line Shallow Elite

Blue/black Fabric Line Shallow Elite bike saddle with a prostate-relief channel that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 134mm and 142mm
  • Weight: 250g (134mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for all types of cycling disciplines
  • Available in multiple colors

Fabric Line Shallow Elite is perfect for riders with narrow sit bones. It is ideal for all cycling disciplines, although it is probably best for road cycling (if you have wide sit bones, check out the Fabric S Elite).

Thanks to its full-length pressure relief channel, it looks unique, and more importantly, it relieves the pressure on your prostate.

It has a slightly dropped nose which is great for more aggressive riding positions – on a road bike, for example.

And last, but not least, you can match it with your bike thanks to the large color selection (black, white, blue, red, and green). Which color will you choose?

Also available at jensonusa.com, performancebike.com, and wiggle.co.uk


Fabric Line S Elite Flat Saddle

Black Fabric Line S Elite Flat Saddle bike saddle with a prostate-relief channel that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 142mm and 155mm
  • Weight: 238g (142mm), 240g (155mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for all types of cycling disciplines
  • Available in multiple colors

If the Fabric Line Shallow Elite is too narrow for you, S Elite Flat could do the work. It is ideal for riders with wider sit bones. S Elite Flat comes in two widths: 142 and 155mm.

Its shape is very similar to the Shallow Elite. But S Elite Flat is more suitable for aggressive riding positions thanks to its shorter nose. So if you prefer riding on drops, S Elite Flat is the right choice.

Choose from multiple colors to match the saddle with your bike.

Also available at jensonusa.com and wiggle.co.uk


Respiro Athletic Bike Saddle

Respiro Athletic cushioned saddle with prostate relief channel

Main Features

  • Available widths: 159mm
  • Weight: 429g
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for casual cycling and commuting

The Respiro by Selle Royal is a saddle ideal for casual cyclists and commuters who don’t mind a heavier but more padded saddle.

Respiro provides sufficient sit-bones support, and thanks to “RoyalGel,” it is also very comfortable in an upright position typical for hybrid bikes. Selle Royal claims it reduces pressure peaks by up to 40%, and the gel won’t harden or migrate over time. Bold claims.

One of its main benefits is the large cutout that relieves the pressure on your perineum. Again, this is a feature that will appreciate by both men and women.

Keep in mind that this saddle is not very suitable for long distances, and heavier riders may experience discomfort due to thick gel padding. It is also not suitable for aggressive riding positions due to its shape.

Also available at rei.com


Selle Italia Max SLR Gel SuperFlow

Selle Italia Max SLR Gel SuperFlow bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available width: 145mm
  • Weight: 280g
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road, MTB, and other disciplines

Selle Italia Max SLR Gel SuperFlow is a versatile saddle for all types of cycling disciplines. However, it is ideal for MTB and road cycling thanks to its shape and gel padding.

It is slightly heavier due to the added padding (MAX). But, according to owners, the added weight is worth it.

It is completely flat, but the sides are curved, providing additional support to your thighs. Remember that this is a design feature that may not fit everybody.

The main downside of this saddle is that it is only available in one width (145mm) so if you look for a narrower saddle, check out the Selle Italia Novus Superflow Endurance.

Also available at rei.com, performancebike.com, and wiggle.co.uk


Bontrager Aeolus Comp

Bontrager Aeolus Comp bike saddle with a cut-out that eases pressure on intimate parts
Bontrager Aeolus Comp | Source: rei.com

Main Features

  • Available widths: 145mm and 155mm
  • Weight: 286g (145mm), 289g (155mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

Aeolus Comp is one of the shortest saddles in this selection. It is only 250mm long. This makes it ideal for aggressive riding positions on drops on your road or gravel bike. Of course, you can use it on a mountain or a hybrid bike if it fits you well.

It has a long and relatively wide relief channel, so if you are used to moving forward and backward on your saddle, you won’t experience excessive pressure on your intimate areas with this saddle.

Keep in mind that it comes in two widths only (145 and 155mm), so it is ideal for riders with wider sit bones.

Its main downside is the weight. The higher-end saddles are about 50g lighter. However, the price-value ratio of Bontrager Aeolus Comp is great.

Also available at trekbikes.com


Fizik Antares R1 Versus EVO Saddle

Fizik Antares R1 Versus EVO bike saddle with a prostate-relief channel that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 140mm and 150mm
  • Weight: 179g (140mm), 195g (150mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well
  • Wing Flex technology

Fizik Antares R1 Versus EVO Saddle is a performance saddle ideal for road cycling.

Thanks to the Wing Flex technology, it flexes a bit to improve your overall riding comfort.

The full-length relief channel relieves the pressure in the intimate areas. If you are used to sliding a lot on your saddle, you appreciate its length of 273mm.

This saddle is also available in a cheaper option (R3) that is heavier and less comfortable or a more expensive one (R3 Adaptive), which is lighter and more comfortable.

Also available at performancebike.com


Selle Italia Boost TM SuperFlow

Selle Italia Boost TM SuperFlow bike saddle with a large cut-out channel that eases pressure on intimate parts

Main Features

  • Available widths: 130mm, 146mm
  • Weight: 200g (130mm), 205g (146mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling but can be used for other disciplines as well

Selle Italia Boost TM SuperFlow is a saddle with the largest cutout in this roundup. Some riders love it; some hate it because it may cause pinching. It depends on how well it fits you.

However, the cutout is great if you experience pressure in your intimate areas on a flat saddle.

The main downside of this saddle is that you will be cold down there if the weather is bad because the large cutout functions as a huge air vent. But, on the other hand, it cools you down in the summer.

It is also lighter than Selle Italia SLR Boost TM SuperFlow, but the difference is marginal.

Also available at competitivecyclist.com and wiggle.co.uk


PRO Stealth

PRO Stealth bike saddle with a large cut-out channel that eases pressure on intimate parts
PRO Stealth | Source: jensonusa.com

Main Features

  • Available widths: 142mm and 152mm
  • Weight: 205g (142mm), 210g (152mm)
  • Suitable for men and women
  • Ideal for road cycling and MTB but can be used for other disciplines as well

PRO Stealth is an ideal saddle for performance-oriented riders who prefer sitting in an aerodynamic riding position.

Thanks to its short nose, it doesn’t put too much pressure on your intimate areas when you ride on drops.

The sit bones area and cutout are also pretty large, so you get enough support without experiencing much discomfort.

The upper is made of anti-slip material, so you won’t slip backward if you use cycling shorts. However, this may be a downside for riders who like to change their sitting position often.

Also available at jensonusa.com


My Verdict

Choosing the right bike saddle is not easy. It usually takes a few tries to find the right one. Don’t get discouraged if the first saddle you buy does not meet your expectations. You can always flip it.

To increase the chance of a good fit, make sure you measure your sit bones width and buy a saddle that is +-20mm wider. Also, think about the riding position you prefer. For example, shorter saddles are better for the more aggressive riding position.

Read this whole article to find the saddle that will keep you comfortable even for all-day-long rides.


3 Tips to Improve Your Riding Comfort

I tried and tested the following tips myself (I spent hundreds of hours in the saddle), and many of my fellow cyclists use them as well.

#1 TIP: Ride Out of the Saddle and Stretch

Let’s kick off with a tip that is free yet effective. Ride out of the saddle every 10-15 minutes to relieve the pressure and increase the blood flow in your intimate area. This technique is very effective, and a lot of pro cyclists use it.

Another great activity to increase your comfort is stretching. Once you get some practice, you can do that while riding, but beginners should always stop. Global Cycling Network did a great video on stretching exercises for cyclists.

#2 TIP: Get a Pair of Cycling Shorts

When I tried tight cycling shorts for the first time, I felt a little bit silly. But I quickly forgot about it because of the added riding comfort.

They are made of materials that take away sweat from your body. But, more importantly, they feature an insole that reduces the pressure on your bottom and absorbs road vibrations.

I tried affordable cycling shorts even more expensive, and honestly, it pays off to invest in high-quality cycling shorts. You will never look back.

#3 TIP: Use a Chamois Cream

Chamois creams are a product that I discovered later than I would hope. These creams reduce the friction between your skin and the insole (or your shorts).

Lower friction = better comfort. But the benefits of chamois creams don’t stop there. Chamois creams also feature antibacterial and anti-inflammation effects, and sometimes even cooling effects.

Your intimate parts are very stressed when cycling. So, you should take proper care of them.


This post is regularly updated to provide you with the most up-to-date tips on products. If you find a product that is not up to date, please, contact me.

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