bike touring resources:: preventing saddle sores

ouch! if you've had them, you know they're serious 

If you've ever had saddle sores, you know they're painful.  Saddle sores are common in the groin, upper leg and butt and are caused by prolonged and excessive weight on one part of the body.  

If you’re on an extended bicycle tour,  you’re bound to find a few popping up now and then.

Here's what you can do to prevent them:

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