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SQlab adjustable flex reduces back pain on next-gen Comfort Active 2.1 saddles

SQlab adjustable flex reduces back pain on next-gen Comfort Active 2.1 saddles

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SQlab continues to refine the tunable side-to-side Active rocking flex in their latest Comfort Active 2.1 saddles which add on-the-fly adjustability to help reduce back pain while riding. Developed for cyclists with a moderately bent forward to upright riding position, the new ergonomic saddles allow trekking and urban riders to switch to more active comfort when they need it most. SQlab Comfort Active 2.1 flexing ergonomic saddles

c. SQlab The same ergonomic concept carries over through all of SQlab’s horizontally-rocking Active saddles – elastomers at the rear of the saddle allow for controlled side-to-side movement as the hips rise & fall with each pedal stroke, allowing a more natural walking-style movement of the pelvis while retaining pedaling efficiency and on-the-bike stability. Developed with Dr. Markus Knöringer – a specialist for neurosurgery, intervertebral disc & spine surgery, and overall sports medicine – the Active system allows controlled “pelvic swing” and thus, “ minimizes the risk of discomfort in the lower lumbar spine, the pelvis and the hip and results in targeted relief of the intervertebral discs and facet joints .” What’s new?

Now, in Comfort Active 2.1, SQlab introduces a new rotating lever in between the shell and the rails, that allows riders of their comfort, city & trekking saddles to easily flip between the Standard-active level of their previous Comfort Active saddles, and a new High-active setting that allows more side-to-side movement.

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