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    Listen! Ritchey Streem- Help

    Hey, I'm considering getting a new saddle for my GT Avalance 3.0, because the stock one looks too fat, I found a saddle, and I was wondering if it'd be a good saddle, for the price.I'm an all-mountain biker but I don't to absolute crazy drops. I also wanted to ask, are thin saddles comfy with biking shorts, because I want to get a better, looking and a more comfy saddle for my bike, thanks!
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    26'er GT Avalanche 3.0 Disc singlespeed oh yeah...

    Why is adjusting derailleurs like rocket science to me?

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    What I have found is that it cannot look good and be comfy. I have an old bianchi saddle that is kinda comfy but kinda fat so you have to find a happy medium

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