Saddle sores can be incredibly painful, but are avoidable even for those who ride their bikes a lot. Here's how to avoid them.
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Chafing and skin abrasions along with spots or boils can really spoil your riding, but saddle sores can be avoided by buying cycling shorts with a pad or chamois that fit you well can help to stop saddle sores.
Make sure that your saddle is comfortable and doesn't make your rear end move around on the saddle. Also chammy cream can help to prevent chafage, especially in the wet.
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