conventional bike seat crushing nerveYes, you want to support your body weight when riding a bicyle. The problem is that a conventional bike seat supports your weight by pressing up against the inner "v" of your pubic arch. That wouldn't be such a big deal, except that your pudendal canal (men and women) is located there. (The nerves have to get from  your spinal cord to the front of that region for a variety of useful purposes (ahem).

A conventional bicycle saddle wedges up into the pubic arch, crushing the pudendal canal. If you ride a couple of hours a month, no big deal. If you ride every day, this is going to be a problem.

sit-bones-nexride.jpgThe Nexride noseless bicycle saddle is a nose-less bike seat that puts all the pressure on your very robust sit bones. No pressure at all on your nerves or arteries. This is a good thing. Check out the geometry here.

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