Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo. And it’s product review time again. The folks at Ergo21 sent me their LiquiCell Bicycle Seat Cushion. It’s really nice cause it comes in two different sizes. This is the regular size that fits most bikes, and this is the large size for maybe something with a bigger seat like a bike in the gym, a more stationary kind of bike. Again, with the liquicell technology, which you can see here. It’s inside, it’s already in the bike cushion, but this is how it sits underneath the top here. And when.
I push, the fluid moves around, and what that does is that helps increase circulation in your bottom so it doesn’t give a shearing action. And that shearing action is bad cause it can tear the fibers in your muscle and cause a lot of problems, so if you’re a big cyclist and you do those 80 and 90 mile rides, it’s nice to have something to help it kind of constantly move, even though you don’t feel it, it’s not like you’re on a boat when you’re riding your bike. But it’s moving underneath just enough to keep it nice and smooth and.
Not maybe have pressure sores in there when you’re riding for a long time. And also here, it’s got the drawstring so it’s really easy to just slip right on to the seat, and you can see here it’s also got the nonslip, like most of the cushions do, so once you put it on, it stays in place. It is also made of a custom density foam on the inside. And what the folks at Ergo21 did was they had a lot of people saying hey, you know I’m riding.
Ergo21 LiquiCell Bicycle Seat Cushion Review Ask Doctor Jo
My bike for a long time, it’s really uncomfortable on my bottom, can you maybe hook me up with something nice. So they bought a whole bunch of bike seats and actually cut em open, dissected them, checked them out to see what was working and what wasn’t working. And a lot of the other seats had a mold, molded kind of foam in there that’s not very comfortable. So this is a custom density foam. And it absorbs the vibrations while you’re riding on the road. Or if you’re in the gym doing one of those cycling classes, it absorbs all those vibrations.
In there so it doesn’t hurt your bottom as much. So it actually takes away some of that butt pain, um if you have the hip pain, or even groin pain when you’re riding, this helps absorb all of that shock to help protect it. And then sometimes people might even have that sciatic pain and it should help with this as well. So I do have a stationary bike, so I’m gonna show you how easy it is to put the cushion on. So here’s Bessie, my trusty bike. And you just slip it on the front first, go around the edges, pull the drawstring tight,.