Ever since we've been dealing with long-distance cycling, that is, for over a dozen years, we still face these sacramental questions: "What is the best saddle?", "What to do so that your butt does not hurt on the bike?"
In the long ride, a good saddle is just as important as a good frame, and for novice cyclists, the proverbial "pain in the butt" can effectively discourage cycling trips.
It seems that for those who don't compromise on this, there is a solution! It was appreciated by, among others famous ultracyslists - Marko Baloh, Georgi Stoychev, Srinivas Gokulnath and Ares Bursic, but on the Infinity Bike Seat website you will find at least several dozen named testimonials.
Founder Dr. Vince Marcel is a chiropractor, nutritionist, certified bike fitter, inventor and life-long cycling enthusiast. Whether training for a triathlon, or on a weekend ride with his family, he continues to look for new ways to make the ride more comfortable and more enjoyable. In 2012, a training injury “gave him the time” to work on his new invention: an extraordinarily comfortable bicycle seat. Years in the making, Infinity Seat has now allowed thousands of cyclists around the world to Focus on the Ride™, and is quietly revolutionizing our earlier conception of the bicycle seat.
The revolutionary Infinity Seat not only protects your sensitive perineum/pubic-bone area, but completely relieves sit-bone pressure as well. Rather than smashing those areas like a conventional bike seat does, the Infinity Seat moves the anatomical contact outward—to areas that are less sensitive to compression, and more capable of “providing their own padding”. The result is a much more comfortable ride with far less chance of developing saddle sores, genital numbness, impotence or even sterility.
This year, Infinity Bike Seat already came to Poland, and the first E2 will go to the hands (under the butt?) of Race Around Poland winners.
If you would be interested in a favorable offer for any of the Infinity Bike Seat models, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org