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Published on Feb 19, 2015
A sore butt from cycling could be caused by several things. We try to provide a solution for each ailment in this video. Subscribe to GCN on YouTube: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN
Being a bit sore from hours in the saddle, or getting saddle sores happens to all cyclists; from Tour de France racers to everyday cyclists.
The (rather uncomfortable) fact is that, there's probably no avoiding it at some point, but, there are (at least) ten things that you can do to keep pain, irritation and chafing away or down to a minimum.
The thought of pain, irritation and chafing down there should really be enough for you to want to do all ten...
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