SQlab Interbike 2014

611 Active MTB and Super 6.1 Road saddles, Fit Bench and 711 MX Grip

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Ergonomic specialists SQlab offers up a bevy of products from saddles to grips to insoles, each specifically designed to accommodate individual variations while providing the best fit possible.

Video: SQlab saddles, grips, insoles and Fit Bench

Radsport USA Owner Kenny Roberts walks us through SQlab’s Fit Bench and Foot Disc fitting technologies and introduces several new products for 2015, including the new SQlab foot beds, Super 6.1 saddle, and 612 road race saddle.

SQlab Interbike 2014 Booth

SQlab’s Fit Bench takes an impression of the rider’s sit bones which is used in conjunction with the rider’s riding position and any individual anomalies such as leg length discrepancy or previous injury to help the rider pick the correct saddle type.

The Foot Disc takes a pressure map of your foot and shows an individual’s arch. The resulting data is compared to different types of arches and leg axis’ to determine which foot bed is best suited to the individual’s use. SQlab offers three different foot beds for 2015, with each available at for $40 MSRP.

SQlab handlebar offerings for 2015 feature varying levels of sweep, designed to place the rider’s hands in an ergonomical position.

A high-end road saddle being produced at a carbon factory in Munich, Germany, the Super 6.1 saddle will be available in early Spring 2015. The saddle will be available with custom padding for either road or mountain use and has a proclaimed weight under 100g.

The 612 is a road-race specific saddle available with either a titanium or carbon rail, with the carbon version weighing in at 200g. 4 different sizes are available, from 12cm to 15cm, to accommodate different sit bone widths.

For more information about US distribution contact:
Radsport USA
510-261-8836
www.radsportusa.com
www.sq-lab.com/en
info@radsportusa.com

Gallery: SQlab 611 Active MTB and 612 Road saddles, Fit Bench, 216 Footbeds and 711 MX Grip

SQlab Interbike 2014 Gallery
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SQlab 611 Active MTB Ti Tube Saddle

The top of the line 611 active MTB saddle features a longer, down-curved nose that gives technical riders additional seating positions for cornering and steep climbing. The saddle body features carbon fiber reinforced plastic with optimized wall thicknesses, Titanium Alloy rails, and is covered with SQlab's tough yet breathable K18 material with Kevlar reinforecement at the nose and wings of the saddle for crash protection. With our exclusive active System, T-Beam allows the saddle to rock slightly with the hips when pedaling. This dampened lateral tilt allows the saddle body to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. The result is a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. Additionally, SQlab's Stepped Design offers more support to the back which improves the biomechanical pedaling efficiency and a Pressure Free Zone to relieve pressure on the sensitive genital and perineal areas.
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SQlab 611 Active MTB Ti Tube Saddle

The top of the line 611 active MTB saddle features a longer, down-curved nose that gives technical riders additional seating positions for cornering and steep climbing. The saddle body features carbon fiber reinforced plastic with optimized wall thicknesses, Titanium Alloy rails, and is covered with SQlab's tough yet breathable K18 material with Kevlar reinforecement at the nose and wings of the saddle for crash protection. With our exclusive active System, T-Beam allows the saddle to rock slightly with the hips when pedaling. This dampened lateral tilt allows the saddle body to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. The result is a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. Additionally, SQlab's Stepped Design offers more support to the back which improves the biomechanical pedaling efficiency and a Pressure Free Zone to relieve pressure on the sensitive genital and perineal areas.
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SQlab 611 Active MTB Ti Tube Saddle

The top of the line 611 active MTB saddle features a longer, down-curved nose that gives technical riders additional seating positions for cornering and steep climbing. The saddle body features carbon fiber reinforced plastic with optimized wall thicknesses, Titanium Alloy rails, and is covered with SQlab's tough yet breathable K18 material with Kevlar reinforecement at the nose and wings of the saddle for crash protection. With our exclusive active System, T-Beam allows the saddle to rock slightly with the hips when pedaling. This dampened lateral tilt allows the saddle body to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. The result is a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. Additionally, SQlab's Stepped Design offers more support to the back which improves the biomechanical pedaling efficiency and a Pressure Free Zone to relieve pressure on the sensitive genital and perineal areas.
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SQlab 611 Active MTB Ti Tube Saddle

The top of the line 611 active MTB saddle features a longer, down-curved nose that gives technical riders additional seating positions for cornering and steep climbing. The saddle body features carbon fiber reinforced plastic with optimized wall thicknesses, Titanium Alloy rails, and is covered with SQlab's tough yet breathable K18 material with Kevlar reinforecement at the nose and wings of the saddle for crash protection. With our exclusive active System, T-Beam allows the saddle to rock slightly with the hips when pedaling. This dampened lateral tilt allows the saddle body to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. The result is a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. Additionally, SQlab's Stepped Design offers more support to the back which improves the biomechanical pedaling efficiency and a Pressure Free Zone to relieve pressure on the sensitive genital and perineal areas.
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SQlab 711 MX Grip

The 711 MX mountain bike grip. S=136 g / M=143 g
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SQlab 711 MX Grip

The 711 MX mountain bike grip. S=136 g / M=143 g
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 611 Active Race

The saddles dampened lateral tilt allows it to follow the biomechanical movement of the pelvis on each pedal stroke. This results in a decrease of pressure on the sitbones and a mobilization of the spinal discs. The lowered saddle nose of SQlabs stepsaddle design, was developed by SQlabs head of R&D Dr. Stefan Staudte (Urologist & Extrembiker) to distribute the bodyweight by medical view points.
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SQlab 612 Road Saddle

With the 612 Road, SQlab presents a lightweight, highly functional saddle which has been especially developed for road use. It combines a weight-optimised lower shell with a pulled up rear for an optimised power transmission and the SQlab Stepped Design.
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SQlab 612 Road Saddle

With the 612 Road, SQlab presents a lightweight, highly functional saddle which has been especially developed for road use. It combines a weight-optimised lower shell with a pulled up rear for an optimised power transmission and the SQlab Stepped Design.
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SQlab 612 Road Saddle

With the 612 Road, SQlab presents a lightweight, highly functional saddle which has been especially developed for road use. It combines a weight-optimised lower shell with a pulled up rear for an optimised power transmission and the SQlab Stepped Design.
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SQlab 612 Road Saddle

With the 612 Road, SQlab presents a lightweight, highly functional saddle which has been especially developed for road use. It combines a weight-optimised lower shell with a pulled up rear for an optimised power transmission and the SQlab Stepped Design.
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SQlab 216 Footbed

We bring the power back on the pedal and the foot in the correct position. Power saving, more rounded tread and healthy arch support make the new SQ-soles a must for every foot in cycling shoes! Suitable for all cycling shoes, but also for normal shoes, which are used for cycling and for other applications.
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SQlab 216 Footbed

We bring the power back on the pedal and the foot in the correct position. Power saving, more rounded tread and healthy arch support make the new SQ-soles a must for every foot in cycling shoes! Suitable for all cycling shoes, but also for normal shoes, which are used for cycling and for other applications.
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SQlab 216 Footbed

We bring the power back on the pedal and the foot in the correct position. Power saving, more rounded tread and healthy arch support make the new SQ-soles a must for every foot in cycling shoes! Suitable for all cycling shoes, but also for normal shoes, which are used for cycling and for other applications.
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SQlab Foot Disc

The Foot Disc takes a pressure map of your foot and shows an individual’s arch. The resulting data is compared to different types of arches and leg axis’ to determine which foot bed is best suited to the individual’s use. SQlab offers three different foot beds for 2015, with each available at for $40 MSRP.
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SQlab Fit Bench

Takes an impression of the rider’s sit bones which is used in conjunction with the rider’s riding position and any individual anomalies such as leg length discrepancy or previous injury to help the rider pick the correct saddle type.
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SQlab Fit Bench

Takes an impression of the rider’s sit bones which is used in conjunction with the rider’s riding position and any individual anomalies such as leg length discrepancy or previous injury to help the rider pick the correct saddle type.
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SQlab Interbike Display

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SQlab Interbike Saddle Display

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SQlab Interbike Handlebar Display

SQlab handlebar offerings for 2015 feature varying levels of sweep, designed to place the rider’s hands in an ergonomical position.
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SQlab 811 Stems

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SQlab Interbike Grip Display

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Super 6 Active Saddle

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SQlab Interbike 2014 Booth

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SQlab Interbike 2014 Booth


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