Saddle sores 101: how to prevent and treat all undercarriage-related discomfort

Saddle sores can be an annoying side-effect of long hours spent on the bike, even if you’re using one of the best road bike saddles, and can vary from being slightly uncomfortable to requiring surgical removal. They come in many different guises, and affect some people more than others. If they become infected, they can put you out of action for weeks or even months at a time, so it’s important to know how to deal with them from the get-go.

Saddle sores can affect anyone, regardless of what equipment you have downstairs, yet a lot of advice you find online tends to mostly cater for the male parts. While we aim to cover all areas in this article, we’re also including a women’s specific section for anyone suffering labial discomfort and related issues.

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