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Old May 17th, 2015   #1
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Question Beadrider

Anybody try a beadrider seat or no anybody who has?

Reviews seem good- at this point i am running short of time and money to get custom seat at this time.

Surely this has to help some ,and anything to make me more comfortable will make me happy.

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Old May 17th, 2015   #2
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Good grief!!! I meant ---know ---anybody on previous post
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Old May 18th, 2015   #3
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Before I bought my RDL seat the BR was a good change of pace for 60-90 minutes. Especially in the heat.

I would switch off between the BR, my $15 Costco Gel Pad and the stock seat. It was not the perfect setup but was certainly better than nothing.
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I have had a Beadrider on my 13 for around 160k miles. It helps with air-circulation and is comfortable. Also, I don't know what they use for the flament that holds the thing together but they are indestructible!
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Tried one years ago. Didn't like it.

But, I know a lot of Iron Butt Riders who do like them.

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Thanks for feedback--I hope I'm one of the ones it works for. The reviews seem mostly favorable overall--I guess I will find out soon since I ordered one- hopefully I will have a chance to take a longer ride before my next trip to test it out
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Sleestak.... Where did you order one from and how are you liking it?
Please give us your evaluation of the product now.
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