The pelvis

SQlab-Becken-mit-Schambeinbogen-2015-USWhen sitting normally, the sitbones (red highlighted areas) support the body‘s weight and have the capability to withstand high pressure. This should also be the case when riding a bicycle.
With an athletic riding position, the perineal area of men and the lower positioned pubic bone arch of women (yellow and green highlighted areas) rest on the saddle.
The well branched out network of nerves and blood vessels of the perineal area reaches from the anus via the genitals to the upper pubic bone arch. On the sides it reaches past the pubic bones. These are capable of carrying a small weight – but a pressure reduction is essential. An even pressure reduction in the perineal area and the pubic bones is achieved through the lowered nose of our SQlab step saddle concept.

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