Santa was good to me and there was a Specialized Transition Comp under the tree. My old bike was a Specialized Sequoia, which is a road bike with a very upright geometry and a well-padded seat. I am happy with the fit on the new bike from my LBS and they spent a lot of time to get me set up in a pretty relaxed aero position until I get used to it. The saddle that came with the bike is a tri saddle with a longer nose and a cutout in the middle that they LBS said was designed by a doctor to make sure blood flows correctly, etc. The more I ride, the more the area of my body that contacts the saddle is growing increasingly numb. This is a good thing because rides are getting increasingly comfortable, but the numbness doesn't really go away after the rides. The numbness doesn't affect any necessary functions, but does feel weird. Is this a normal part of adjusting to riding this way or do I need to look for a new saddle or look more closely at the fit?