Anatomy Of An Air Seat Cushion

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1- Front air valve to allow air to go in or out of the four front air cells.

2- Back left valve to allow air to go in and out of the single left back air cell.

3- Back right valve to allow air to go in and out of the single right air cell.

4- Ischium Tuberosity or Sitting Bone Wells. These indentations are where the bones rest. BikeCushion can change this distance for women and men.

5- Voided area for crouch pressure relief and air circulation.

6- Coccyx or Tailbone pressure relief and to allow air circulation.

US Patent 7648191 B1
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