Zach explained it well, let me reinforce:
Garry Hoddinott wrote:NO TRIANGLE??? Interesting design Bob. I know there are many UNCONVENTIONAL bicycles - but i had kinda figured some triangularity in the frame was important. Can you comment on the torsion forces and structural stability of this little baby? For sure the seat looks like a reproductive enhancement over the horn destroying horned seat. Actually it almost looks like a mobile birthing conveyance - haha
Garry Hoddinott wrote:Ladies please look away.
The seat that came with my bike causes discomfort to a special area of my body. I have heard that indeed racing cyclists have few children.
There seems to be conflict between Aero Dynamics and Ergonomics in that a low riding position is important for lessening wind resistance. This position seems to load the hands and arms too much and the other point of contact with the contraption seems to ensure it more of a contraception.
I cycle for the quietude, gentle exercise and to ease my eco mind. But I find that after 3 -4 klm I'm endangering myself. Has anybody seen a bike seat for the standard form of bike that does not aggravate the base of the xxxxxx I looked it up perineum. Seriously. Chip, any suggestions
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