No giggling, this is serious business!

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Industry_Hack, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

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    Another pre-Interbike press release:


    Revolutionary design sets new standards in comfort and performance.



    Men have long suffered from chronic nerve damage and groin numbness from extended rides. Research shows men increase their chances of Erectile Dysfunction by up to 30%. Women too have suffered from vaginal nerve damage and chaffing. A breakthrough design eliminates those problems. The saddle developed by RideOut Technologies has been laboratory tested to protect against nerve damage.


    Using advanced carbon infused fibers and a patented new design, this seat supports the “sit bones” or ischium of your pelvic girdle, relieving pressure from the perineum or crouch area. The typical bike seat compresses the nerves. According to Richard Weil, MD, CDT, the blood flow to this vital area was reduced by 70% with a conventional bicycle seat.


    This bike seat is comprised of four vital parts; Carbon fiber supports in the saddle base, absorbs and dampens road shock. The thermal molded base plate matches the body autonomy infused silicone under the sit bones provides lasting comfort, topped with a high tech fiber made from bamboo, which wicks moisture naturally, is anti-microbial and cooler in the sunlight. This saddle will set a new standard in comfort and safety.


    Performance is not overlooked. Lab tests prove the efficiently of this saddle is identical to “standard” racing seats and with the seat weighing at just over 300 grams, the new saddle will not slow you down. Comfort, performance and light weight product, made in the USA, is certain to become the new benchmark in bicycle saddle designs.

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  2. Industry_Hack

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    Those bamboo fibers better be really fine, and not prone to splintering. :eek:
     

  3. hophead

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    Well hell, if the efficently is that good, sign me up! I'm always looking for ways to relieve pressure in my crouch area.
     
  4. funetical

    funetical Slowin it up.

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    When I buy things I often wonder "Is this good for my junk?" this product clearly answers that question. Now if only Capt. Crunch would do the same.
     
  5. Smiley

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    Wonder how much that one costs. Any one know, didn't find it on the site.
     
  6. funetical

    funetical Slowin it up.

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    Priceless. It's value far exceeds anything they could possibly be asking. I would turn my life savings over for this product. All $38 of it.
     
  7. Industry_Hack

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    I'll have a full report when I return from Interbike.
     
  8. Industry_Hack

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    They do have two models, for those above and below 170 pounds. No pricing info given.
     
  9. hophead

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    Just wondering....Is there a province in China called "USA?"
     
  10. funetical

    funetical Slowin it up.

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    No. Of course not.
     
  11. hophead

    hophead New Member Tavern Member

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    Ummm, yeah. It was a joke. The add copy was obviously written by someone from a non English speaking country.:rolleyes:

    Funny thing about spell check. It doesn't catch misspelled words that spell other words.
     
  12. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

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    Oh man. You are correct. I get so many of these, I rarely read them that closely. I'll shoot them an email tonight, offering to edit it for them.
     
  13. hophead

    hophead New Member Tavern Member

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    They might want to spend a little time on their website too...
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  14. Industry_Hack

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    Hey, that looks like my coding.
     
  15. mtndoc

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    I notice it has a nose, wonder if this ties in to the article recently quoted?

    DrB
     
  16. dontcrash

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    I have read some article about how your junk can get nerve damaged from riding bicycles... ouch i mean take a jump too hard and you slam down yourself on the seat over and over
     
  17. funetical

    funetical Slowin it up.

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    Sarcasm is like a joke. But funnier and with out a punchline.
     
  18. Industry_Hack

    Industry_Hack Total noob (& forum admin) Admin Staff Tavern Member

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    Then there will never be any little Josh Benders.
     
  19. Industry_Hack

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    This should be the corrected version of the description. I only read it once, but it looks better. They should sell for around $80. I hope to get one for evaluation.

    Carbon Comfort, this seat is comprised of four vital parts; Carbon fiber
    supports in the saddle base absorbs and dampens road shock. The thermal
    molded base plate matches the body autonomy. Infused silicone under the “sit
    bones” provide lasting comfort. And finally this seat is topped with a high
    tech fiber made from bamboo, which wicks moisture naturally, is
    anti-microbial and cooler in the sunlight.
     
  20. Smiley

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    That's a very reasonable price. Let us know how it feels please!