I bought a new Fizik Ares bike saddle and was having trouble with sliding forward in the time trial position. Basically, when I tilted the saddle so it felt comfortable, I kept sliding forward. When I tilted it so I wouldn't slide forward, it was a pain in the ass, literally. Well not really the ass, but I don't know exactly what that part of the anatomy is called. The taint?
Oh yeah. I posted my fastest average speed of the millenium. With my Easton road wheels to boot (it was a club TT). And a nice solid 2nd place. And the short saddle is great for taking pressure off that oh so sensitive taint because you can get some relief from butt contact without sliding too far back (yeah I like the saddle). But you have to get the right tilt - I fussed the tilt quite a bit.
And one more thing. I gave my road bike saddle a slight sanding too. I slide around too much on hard climbs. I think I'm on to something.
I'm thinking of giving my saddle just a little shot of spray adhesive. But only thinking about it so far.