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There are a number of changes you can make that can help, and I've found that it is a matter of personal preference what solution you ultimately choose. Creams and lubricants are very effective at preventing this rash, but they can be messy. Something as simple as Vaseline will work, though there are a number of other options out there. It could be ...
Since it's on the inside of your thighs, it's a good bet that our seat is too wide, or not properly adjusted. A chamois crème will help, but I think the saddle change is a better idea.
There are likely a few different reasons, but my primary suspicion would be fit. Presumably your road bike is set up to fit your body geometry and angles, where the spin bike is not. Small differences in how a bike is set up can have a big impact on how your body feels while riding. My n=1 example, when doing higher intensity efforts on the road, I would ...
Also important to note that you should wear cycling gloves and change hand positions often. Proper bike measurements will ensure that force is evenly applied amongst the saddle, pedals, and handlebars, but there's still a risk of hand numbness.
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