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Happy to connect anytime on the subject! I’ve learned there’s so much at play when it comes to human kinetics / biomechanics compounded by cycling dynamics. It seems the more I dug the more I discovered on topic-specific information related to saddle tilt as well as slightly tangential but equally interesting topics related to STA and saddle tilt.
Not only is there the science and theories but another factor is that many people are creatures of habit and may shun the notion of ‘change is good’. We recognize we have a lengthy education process ahead of us.
In my personal long term testing of the prototypes, apart from the expected benefits derived by saddle tilt for climbing (ie keeping front end down, solid push point, less fatigue, more power) I’ve also experienced gobs more rear traction, especially on switchbacks due to proper upright (vs hunched) body positioning afforded by the saddle tilt.
Will keep you posted as we learn more but in the meantime feel free to reach out anytime!
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