Really Good Ebikes believes that all people should have the opportunity to ride a bicycle, and one of the barriers for many potential riders is comfort. Some bicycles are simply uncomfortable to ride, whether it's because of a small saddle which pinches the bottom, or an uncomfortable riding position.
Riding bicycles is a great form of low-impact exercise, but if at the end of a ride you have shoulder, back or neck pain as a result, you are much less likely to make bicycle riding a regular activity.
Well, there's an ergonomic solution to this, and it's the focus of the Day 6 Bicycle company. They feature what is known as a semi-recumbent, comfort bike, which comes with a wide saddle, a backrest, and a very natural, upright riding body posture. Not only that, the Day 6 Comfort Bikes (both electric bikes and conventional bikes) are designed for riders up to 400 lbs, so now everyone can have the benefits of a regular bicycle riding regimen.
It was designed to meet the needs of riders that want to pedal with the maximum efficiency and still have a seat and riding position that offers the most comfort and back support.
The original designer of the Day 6 bicycle is an avid bike rider with a bad back and this design enables him to ride in comfort. It also addresses the issue of sore butts and knees that plague some riders.
The wheelbase is a bit longer than a more conventional bike due to the pedal forward design. This helps to cushion the ride.
So take a look at the unconventional line of ergonomic bikes, and pick one that will help you get riding!