Distributors Intl.

International   Distributors

Australia

Boards & More GmbH

represented by Adam Quinn Agencies
43/6 Jubilee Warriewood NSW 210 
Australia
Phone: +61 0405419169 
E-Mail: nick@aqagencies.com
Web: -

Austria

Thalinger Lange GmbH

Schubertstr. 12
4600 Wels
Austria
Phone: +43 7242 497 0
E-Mail: mail@thalinger-lange.com
Web: www.thalinger-lange.com

Austria

INTERSPORT AUSTRIA GmbH

Flugplatzstraße 10
4600 Wels
Austria
Phone: +43 7242 233 0
E-Mail: info@intersport.at
Web: www.intersport.at

Benelux

Oneway Bike Industry B.V.

Christa Ehrlichhof 10
3059 LL Rotterdam
Netherlands
Phone: +31 10 340 35 00  
E-Mail: info@onewaybike.nl
Web: www.o-w-d.nl

Bosnia

D.O.O. Jankovic Comp.

Svetozara Markovica 25
24430 Ada
Serbia
Phone: +38 1 24 855 111
E-Mail: office@jankovic-comp.rs
Web: www.jankovic-comp.rs

Canada

Boards & More Inc.

1 Northshore Drive S.E.
White Salmon
WA 98672, USA
Phone:  +1 509 542 6606
E-Mail: office@boards-and-more.com
Web: -

Chile

Comercializadora del Sur Limitada

Avenida José Alcalde Delano 10.581, oficina 638, Lo Barnechea
City: Santiago

Phone: +56 9 3372 9702

Email: Contacto@theshop.cl
Web: www.theshop.cl

Croatia

D.O.O. Jankovic Comp.

Svetozara Markovica 25
24430 Ada
Serbia
Phone: +38 1 24 855 111
E-Mail: office@jankovic-comp.rs
Web: www.jankovic-comp.rs

Czech Republic

BIKEMAX s.r.o.

Breitcetlova 771/6
19800 Praha 9
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 603 306 834
E-Mail: daniel.ballek@bikemax.cz
Web: www.bikemax.cz

Danmark

SQlab Nordic I/S

Lysabildgade 48
6470 Sydals
Danmark
Phone: +45 60191854
E-Mail: -
Web: - 

Finnland

Coating Source Oy/Sport Source 

Coating Source Oy/ Sport Source
Rasuanrinne 9
42300 Jämsänkoski
Phone: +35 8509174408
E-Mail: timo.bygden@coating-source.com
Web: www.sportsource.fi

France

Boards & More GmbH

8 rue du bulloz
74940 Annecy le Vieux
France
Phone: +33 4 50 66 99 22
E-Mail: bertrand.fourtias@boards-and-more.fr
Web: - 

Hongkong

OUT CYCLE Trading CO.LTD.

Unit.5, 1F, Bulong Bldg, No.20
 Bulong RD, Longgang Dist
51811, Shenzhen    
Phone:  +86 17507557700
E-Mail: info@outcycle.hk   
Web: www.outcycle.hk

Indonesia

Technobike BSD

Ruko Sektor Komersil III B.5 Block E no 7
Jl. Letnan Sutopo, Bumi Serpong Damai
Tangerang Selatan 15321
Phone: +62 899 8074643
E-Mail: aris.setiawan@technobike.com
Web: -

Italy

Boards & More GmbH


represented by Marco Baiocchi
Viale Settembrini, 2
47923 Rimini (RN), Italy
Phone: +39 541307668
E-Mail: baiocchi.marco@me.com
Web: - 

Japan

Winckler & co. ltd Sports div.

Shimoyama Kannai Bldg 4F
3-12-5 Naka-ku
Yokohama 231-0032, Japan
Phone: +81 45 681 0105
E-Mail: cs@sports-w.com
Web: www.sports-w.com/

Malaysia

Spin 733 Co., Ltd.

1004/111 Soi.Prachachuen 30,
Wongsawang, Bangsue
10800 Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 818378009
E-Mail: spin733bike@gmail.com
Web: www.spin733.com

Mexico

CROSSMOUNTAIN

Av. Mexico 2813, Col. Vallarta Norte
C.P. 44690, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Mexico
Phone: +52 3817 7702
E-Mail: ventas@crossmountain.mx
Web: www.crossmountain.mx

New Zealand

Boards & More GmbH

represented by Adam Quinn Agencies
43/6 Jubilee Warriewood NSW 210 
Australia
Phone: +61 0405419169 
E-Mail: nick@aqagencies.com
Web: -

Phillipines 

Spin 733 Co. Ltd. 

1004/111 Soi.Prachachuen 30,
Wongsawang, Bangsue
10800 Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 818 378 009
E-Mail: spin733bike@gmail.com
Web: www.spin733.com

Portugal

Boards & More GmbH 

represented by Jaime Herraiz     
Poligono La Vega, 208 
11380 Tarifa - Cadiz   
Phone: +34 95668 0414 
E-Mail: jaime@wet-tarifa.com 
Web: - 

Polen

BIKEMAX s.r.o.

Breitcetlova 771/6
19800 Praha 9
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 603 306 834
E-Mail: daniel.ballek@bikemax.cz
Web: www.bikemax.cz

Republic of Korea

IL International

2F Kyunghee Bldg, 695-40, Anyang 3dong,
Mananku, Anyangshi, Kyunggido,
Republic of Korea
Phone: +82 31 383 0931
E-Mail: info@citybike.co.kr
Web: www.citybike.co.kr

Romania

XTUR Transilvania SRL

DN1, KM 303
557260 Sibiu
Romania
Phone: +40 729 770 088
E-Mail: info@saua.ro
Web: www.saua.ro

Serbia

D.O.O. Jankovic Comp.

Svetozara Markovica 25
24430 Ada
Serbia
Phone: +38 1 24 855 111
E-Mail: office@jankovic-comp.rs
Web: www.jankovic-comp.rs

Singapore

QR Cycles

18 Sin Ming Ln
02-05 Midview City
Singapore 573960
Phone: +65 8780 2746
E-Mail: lawrence@cyergo.biz
Web: www.cyergo.biz

Slovakai

BIKEMAX s.r.o

Breitcetlova 771/6
19800 Praha 9
Czech Republic
Phone: +420 603 306 834
E-Mail: daniel.ballek@bikemax.cz
Web: www.bikemac.cz

Slovenia

Urgenca Koles d.o.o 

Cesta XIV. divizije 20A
2000 Maribor - Pobrezje
Slovenia
Phone: +38 6 2 4710255
E-Mail: info@urgenca-bike.com
Web: www.urgenca-bike.com

South Africa 

GPM Sports 

71 High Road
1509 Benoni
Johannesburg 
Phone: +27 78 423 6945
E-Mail: info@gpm-sports.co.za
Web: www.gpm-sports.co.za

Spain 

Boards & More GmbH 

represented by Jaime Herraiz     
Poligono La Vega, 208 
11380 Tarifa - Cadiz   
Phone: +34 95668 0414 
E-Mail: jaime@wet-tarifa.com 
Web: - 

Switzerland 

Tour de Suisse Rad AG 

Seetalstr. 31
8280 Kreuzlingen
Switzerland
Phone: +41 71 686 85 00
E-Mail: info@tds-rad.ch
Web: www.tds-rad.ch

Taiwan

Chrisus Sport INC. 

2F, No.24, Lane 55, Fu-Yang Street
Xin-Yi District 110, Taipei
Taiwan
Phone: +886 2 27323133
E-Mail: Mikeq997@gmail.com
Web: - 

Thailand 

Spin 733 Co. Ltd. 

1004/111 Soi.Prachachuen 30,
Wongsawang, Bangsue
10800 Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 818378009
E-Mail: spin733bike@gmail.com
Web: www.spin733.com

United Kingdom 

Boards & More GmbH

represented by 
Sean Reynolds
Phone: +44 7974 975492 
E-Mail:  sean@gingerbeardandtruckercapagencies.bike
Web: - 

USA

Boards & More Inc.

1 Northshore Drive S.E.
White Salmon
WA 98672, USA
Phone:  +1 509 542 6606
E-Mail: office@boards-and-more.com
Web: -

Vietnam 

Spin 733 Co., Ltd.

1004/111 Soi.Prachachuen 30,
Wongsawang, Bangsue
10800 Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 818378009
E-Mail: spin733bike@gmail.com
Web: www.spin733.com
The pelvis

When sitting normally, the sitbones support the body‘s weight and have the capability to withstand high pressure. This should also be the case when riding a bicycle. With an athletic riding position, the perineal area of men and the lower positioned pubic bone arch of women on the saddle.

The well branched out network of nerves and blood vessels of the perineal area reaches from the anus via the genitals to the upper pubic bone arch. On the sides it reaches past the pubic bones. 

These are capable of carrying a small weight – but a pressure reduction is essential. An even pressure reduction in the perineal area and the pubic bones is achieved through the lowered nose of our SQlab step saddle concept.

The sitting position

When sitting, the sitbones (areas marked in green) serve the purpose of supporting the body’s weight, hence they can endure a high load and pressure. They should also be utilised in this way when riding a bike.

 

In a dynamic riding position the contact point moves from the tip of the sitbones, forwards along the pubic arch to the pubic bone and the central perineal area is used for resting on for both genders. Women however, typically have a lower pubic arch which can result in higher pressure from the saddle nose when riding in a dynamic riding position. The surface area the riders weight is resting on is especially critical in a very dynamic and forward riding position and in such a case the riders weight should not only be supported in the centre but also on the pubic bone.

 

The sitbone and pubic bones both come together from their widest points in a “V” shape. This means the more dynamic the riding position, the narrower the saddle is allowed to, and should be.

Already in 2002 we developed a simple equation which uses the distance of the sitbone tips in dependence of the riding positing to calculate the perfect saddle width. This method has meanwhile been established globally. The method may be interpreted slightly differently from different saddle manufacturers and many leave the adjustment equation away all together, but our basic concept is used in all of these measuring methods.

 

The flexibility of the spine has much less influence on the positioning of the pelvis as often assumed. Spine and pelvis should remain in a natural position relative to each other and not be forced into a certain position, even if the body is very flexible.

 

Especially with the SQlab step saddle it is no longer necessary to tilt the pelvis backwards as the typical pressure zone of the perineal area and pelvis arch no longer pose a problem due to the lowered position of the saddle nose. The energy which is often required to hold the pelvis upright while the upper body taks a dynamic and forward position is no longer required with the SQlab step saddle and can instead be used for pedalling and propelling the bike forward. In addition, there is substantially less load on the spinal discs.