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    Assalamoalaikum all,
    Currently i am riding a chonda 70cc. The bike is doing great, giving good mileage and giving the smooth ride except for 1 problem. When i ride bike for more than 15 mins constantly then backache sets in. I have tried changing the hard seat with a soft one but only a very slight difference is there. I have plans to buy GS-150 but it will be a few months from now, so uptill then any suggestions how can i treat this ailment?


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    Rear shocks are adjustable.......get them adjusted to the the softest setting. A tiny bit decompressed spring might do the trick.
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    also buy this back support belt.......use it while you ride...maybe it will help
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    take a pillow along,

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    Quote Originally Posted by aximaxim View Post
    Rear shocks are adjustable.......get them adjusted to the the softest setting. A tiny bit decompressed spring might do the trick.
    seat issue -1183082
    also buy this back support belt.......use it while you ride...maybe it will help
    seat issue - back a line black z
    forgot to mention that rear shocks are already in the softest mode. plus i have been using a belt like that with special spinal support to alleviate the pain. It is working but not for long. What i wanted is that is there any seat medically adviced which i can put on so that can help me...Thx for the reply though.

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    Are you sure that it couldn't be the way you're holding the handle? Like too tight, too lose, arms far stretched etc.

    Find a position that is very comfortable

    Back aches hurts Get well soon
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    Try to raise the handle and sit closer to handle avoid too much back bending
    May ur pain go away
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    I don't know of any medicated seats for motorcycles. You are experiencing backaches probably because of a bad posture. ask your freind to take pictures of you while you sit on your bike..........watch the pictures to see if you can correct your posture somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aximaxim View Post
    I don't know of any medicated seats for motorcycles. You are experiencing backaches probably because of a bad posture. ask your freind to take pictures of you while you sit on your bike..........watch the pictures to see if you can correct your posture somehow.
    That might be the issue.. Will look into it too..

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    The wrong posture may be one reason but in my view, you are travelling more than desired so your issue is related to "REST".

    You should take at least one hour rest after a travelling of 1/2 Hour then there will be no need of medication too.
    Secondly, you should take a long rest like 7-10 days and then you will be better for one Year. However, the exercises related to back pain will be an added advantage for you. For the reason, here are some pics for your help from the link given below:

    Low Back Pain Exercise Guide -OrthoInfo - AAOS
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    Quote Originally Posted by racer7 View Post
    The wrong posture may be one reason but in my view, you are travelling more than desired so your issue is related to "REST".

    You should take at least one hour rest after a travelling of 1/2 Hour then there will be no need of medication too.
    Secondly, you should take a long rest like 7-10 days and then you will be better for one Year. However, the exercises related to back pain will be an added advantage for you. For the reason, here are some pics for your help from the link given below:

    Low Back Pain Exercise Guide -OrthoInfo - AAOS
    Thanks a bunch bro. Really appreciate your effort. It will help for sure.

    Another thing I wanted to ask, you might have seen ortho mattresses. I wanted to ask if any company is manufacturing ortho seats,???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibrahimhashmi11 View Post
    Thanks a bunch bro. Really appreciate your effort. It will help for sure.

    Another thing I wanted to ask, you might have seen ortho mattresses. I wanted to ask if any company is manufacturing ortho seats,???

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    Ortho-matresses are made up of highly compressed foam to support your spine when you lay on it..... In the case of sitting.......which is the one ou have to face while riding a bike...... a medicated seat will not be the answer.......you need support for your back.....a seat cannot support...... for that you are already using a support belt. The core problem is your posture
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    Quote Originally Posted by ibrahimhashmi11 View Post
    Thanks a bunch bro. Really appreciate your effort. It will help for sure.

    Another thing I wanted to ask, you might have seen ortho mattresses. I wanted to ask if any company is manufacturing ortho seats,???

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    Brother you are welcome. Actually, MASTER FOAM have the products according to your desire so please visit the link below for more information:

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