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Give us a ride report on it after you've tried it for a few hundred miles. I may get some for us if your report is good.

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I sure will, my tailbone is the major problem which the sheepskin helps but doesn't totally. The split pads is what makes it interesting / appealing to my bottom side

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I sure will, my tailbone is the major problem which the sheepskin helps but doesn't totally. The split pads is what makes it interesting / appealing to my bottom side
Same here, especially for Linda.

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Just completed my speedy checkout, it ships via priority mail and total was $47.94.
Lets see if it was money well spent

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Just an update, they just emailed me my shipment confirmation, wow that was fast

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That pad looks good. I see it uses a non-slip material so it doesn't move. Only concern I might have is having it move either getting on/off the bike but also I stand up when riding to stretch sometimes and wouldn't want it to fly away.

OK, open fire about unsafe standing up when traveling.....
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I stand up on occasionally

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Thanks Ray, looks like I'l get relief too! I can get them locally here in Victoria BC Canada and at $39+ tax I'll get one tomorrow when I'm in town. Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
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I'm going to break down and get one of these if Ray and Tracy like it. I need something to give me some......ahem......relief.

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Let me know what I'm in for hope it works for us both

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