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What Some Of Our Cyclists Think Of Infinity Bike Seats
Roy M. Wallack
So, move over SMP. For all-around sit-bone comfort and sex-organ safety in a familiar, cycling-friendly form, suspended designs like the Infinity could well be the wave of the future.
Roy is an endurance cyclist and noted journalist for the Los Angeles Times. He has written a book, and it can be found here.
The Infinity Seat is by far the most comfortable seat I have ever used! I’ve been using the Seat since RAAM 2016 when it “saved my butt” and left me with no pain or marks. I used to have pain everywhere after a 24-hour race, but now, it is totally different. No big deal. Now I have no side effects after a 24 hour race. I’ve changed all of the seats on my bikes to the Infinity Seats: my Road Bike, TT Bike, Climbing Bike. I use both the L2 and the L1X.
Dr. Srinivas Gokulnath
The Infinity L2 is a saddle which looks strange but is definitely effective in ultracycling. I was free from saddle sores for the entire 3000 miles. It really works well at extremes of temperature and terrain. While changing to Infinity L2, I had to adjust my seat post height, had to increase it by an inch. Apart from that the saddle is a big boon to the Ultracycling community.
Dr. Srinivas has just won the 2018 Ultra Spice Race in India.
For our maiden voyage knocked out a 56 mile ride with absolutely no chaffing, no soreness, nothing. I then purchased the L1 for my road bike, and WOW! Next thing you know I’m riding in the L-2 on the TT bike.
Happily completed my first 100 mile ride and never got antsy in the saddle or had rubbing. Even on a challenging half IM course this year my saddle was the last thing I was worried about. Thank You Dr. Vince!!!
You have no idea what a difference this saddle has made to my cycling experience! If anyone asks me what I would have done differently if I could go back in time – the one big thing would be to have had the Infinity Bike Seat from the beginning.
Yes, yes, I know it looks weird, and it’s expensive, but it really is worth it.”
Click here to read more about her record-setting year of cycling!