Would you like to cycle more, but various aches and pains force you to ride less? Now, there is a solution for that! Cruzbike has introduced a recumbent bike that is designed ergonomically for pain free cycling. The Kickstarter has been live for only a week, yet is already fully funded. The Cruzbike T50 Kickstarter raised an amazing $100,000 in less than 48 hours. Clearly, there is a big demand for affordable, high-quality, ergonomic bikes. The good news is that some of these innovative new recumbent bikes are still available.
The Cruzbike T50 bikes are receiving a very warm welcome, as you can see from this early review video.
There is still time to get yourself one of these bikes, but time and stocks are now limited, so check it out right away!
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Many cyclists experience stress and pain at the wrists, neck, back, and groin. Others experience pain due to injuries or surgeries that gets exacerbated by cycling. Research suggests that 85% of recreational cyclists experience pain in their wrists, back, neck and/or groin after a ride. (Source: An epidemiological analysis of overuse injuries among recreational cyclists. Int J Sports Med. 1995; 16:201-206. Wilber CA, Holland CJ, Madison RE, Loy SF.)
Cruzbikes decided that pain does not have to mean you have to stop cycling. The Cruzbike T50 is a recumbent bike that allows you to enjoy cycling again, without any pain. For example, Arlene Lucas Villa, a Cruzbike rider in Oregon, says:
“I was diagnosed about 20 years ago with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Not being able to ride was a real problem for me because many of our family outings involve cycling. The reclined position of Cruzbike completely eliminates all of the joint stress. There are many days it is really painful to walk but not at all to ride. THANK YOU CRUZBIKE!!”
Recumbent bikes just make sense for many of us. Cruzbikes believes that aging people, commuters, and anyone who wants to rely less on their car should have access to pain free cycling – even if you have had back or neck injuries or surgeries.We had this in our own family, after Mrs. Average Joe Cyclist had fairly major back surgery. She thought she would never cycle again, but the gentler option of an electric bike helped her get started again, and now she can ride both regular and electric bikes again. She chooses her ebike for longer rides and her commute, because it is so much easier on her body.
Really, I think the Cruzbike T50 recumbent bike is an excellent idea. It promotes the Average Joe Cyclist mission of making cycling available for everyone – NOT just the young and fit minority. Check it out now, before the Kickstarter-priced bikes are all gone!
Note: at the time of posting there are still some left, but obviously I cannot guarantee they will still be there by the time you read this.
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