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Proper Posture for Preventing Painful Posteriors on Penny-farthings?
After riding relatively short distances (about five kilometers), I’ve developed a literal pain in the rear. I suspect the hard seat is the primary culprit, and I’m sure I’ll be able to replace with ...
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