If you have a old or new bike and the seat doesn’t work, from being to tall or to short, torn upholstery but mainly because it hurts, try making a better motorcycle seat. You can add the INFINITE or BikeCushion cushion on your existing seat without any modifications and I guaranty an improvement but if you want something better, stop sitting on that springy urethane foam. Using this method can save money, apposed to a custom saddle. Most custom saddles can not give you a money back guaranty but the BikeCushion solution can. It’ fairly easy to do and believe, you will never go back to sitting on foam again, once you feel the difference and benefits this motorcycle seat brings.
Eliminating foam that you are sitting on, and replace it with air, does two things. One thing, you’ll stop bouncing up and down on it. The polyurethane foam has a spring action, the more you push down the more it to pushes up, that adds to the over all bounce from bumpy roads. Another disadvantage foam gives is that soft foam is not stable while you sit. The Pelvis will tilt side to side making you spend more energy to keep a functional posture. Foam can be dense and shaped into a seat for stability but the trade off is a hard seat. Not being stable and bouncing at the same time, will make you tired and inhibits your site, vision being impaired by bouncing up and down. That is a few of my reasons that I claim my seating system is the best in the world and would encourage commits how you would make a better motorcycle seat.
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When you buy a cushion or back support for lower back or sitting pain, most likely it will be a one size fits all product. Some may possibly help for one thing but not another or not work at all. That’s because when you are designing for the tall and short, men and women, petite and obese, the performance will be lost in the generic shape. Your choices are; foam and it’s variant types, gels shaped in slabs or in molded shapes, like a honey comb pattern, and air inflatables, they have been used the longest. Regardless what it is, the product should stop or relieve pain while you drive and the INFINITE cushion addresses these issues in three ways.
1. Encourages healthy posture and stability. Stable because, you are not tilting side to side that helps keep your spine straight. INFINITE does allow you to rock forward and back on your sitting bones. This rocking action encourages your pelvis to rotate forward for a healthy posture.
2. Greatly increase blood circulation. The main reason the INFINITE works so well is the ability to distribute your weight for good blood circulation. INFINITE fits in a way, that it couples the individual’s pelvis, having the greatest contact with you, than any other cushion for your vehicle. The benefits are many including lower back pain.
3. Absorbs shock from your spine. Air is compressible and can absorb shock from the road and isolate vibrations from the motor. These vibrations aggravate back pain and can make you fatigue.
Major advantage. Gel and foam products break down over time and will eventually stop working. Air does not deteriorate and will always perform the same.
The only cushion to fit people in 2 ways, mechanically and pneumatically.
The mechanical adjustment is, physically separating 2 air pockets, to match the protrusions of the ischial tuberosity. The distance between these 2 bony spots of your ischia, vary depending if you are a woman or a man and how tall you are. An average height women, is going to have a distance of 6″, 15.24 cm apart and If she was 6′, 183 cm tall, her ischial distance will be closer to 6.5″ or 16.5 cm. A short women, the distance between her bones will be closer to 5.5″ or 14 cm. For men, the average distance is 5″ or 12.7 cm of the iscial distance. Taller men, would be closer to 5.5″ and a distance of 4.5″ for shorter men. The INFINITE can fit all these sizes by using a rubber base, with 2 slotted settings for either 5″ or 6″ centers.
Determine your size, then weave a strap into the rubber base and through the bladder. These 2 setting will accommodate between 4.5″ to 6.5″ ischial distance, for the purpose of achieving a hydrostatic state in concert with the right amount of air. The reason INFINITE cushion works so incredibly well.
Pictured below is the bottom of the INFINITE cushion, showing 6 slots at the back for adjustment.
Without a cover, looking at the top back of the INFINITE cushion.
When sitting correctly in the cushion, your bones will be in the indentations of the bladder. The 2 voided areas where the strap weaves through. The photo above shows the bladder with the centers of the indentations, being at 5″ apart. This arrangement will fit persons, with a ischial distance, between 4.5″ to 5.5″. The other adjustment, is weaving the strap through the outside slots of the base, for persons between 5.5″ to 6.5″, ischial distance.
To have the most contact with the cushion, you sit in it deep as possible, with just enough air to keep you a float from touching bottom. In that state, the capillaries within your skin, will not be crushed by your weight. Different shaped people require different amounts of air in the badder. The highly bony person with little muscle mass, will require more air then someone with more muscle around their ischia.
The INFINITE cushion is superior in distributing your weight, for blood circulation, then any other product for your car. INFINITE cushion will keep working for years and will never lose it’s qualities. Built to last a life time.
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