I've got my new bike and just done a couple of low milage runs on it (under 5 in each case), and the saddle and me do not get on. I realise that you can buy saddles in different widths - I've tried measuring my sit bones at home (including getting my husband and children involved - who thought it was hilarious the various methods we tried). It might have come out about 130 mm (it did vary), which suprised me as I would have describled myself as having child bearing hips. The thing is when saddles describe themselves as 130 wide - presumably you don't want your sit bones sitting on the edge of the saddle or is it for sit bones 130 wide. Now I'm thinking I would would like one of the specialized saddles (for no reason other than I like my specialized gloves and shoes). Is there anywhere near Bristol that actually has something for measuring properly your sit bones? I would describe my cycling style as in between sitting upright and I don't have drops - but I would lean forward abit. I don't want something that looks like a sofa - nor something that is super lean - but a narrow nose and designed for a woman. If anyone is still reading all of that ... have you got any suggestions/advice? or even saddles that you have hated - though I realise its a very personal thing.