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Ergonomically Designed, Scientifically Tested
Body Geometry products are ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to increase performance, improve comfort, and reduce your chance of injury. No matter your riding style, the contact points between the bike and body can present a unique set of challenges. All Body Geometry equipment, however, offers personalized solutions that optimize your performance and comfort. Our passionate group of physicians, engineers, and athletes create designs that are rooted in science and approved as Body Geometry, so you can be one with your bike.
We're not interested in hyperbolic marketing claims. To us, aero truly is everything. It's an ethos embodied in every design decision we make, and it's why we're continually setting new benchmarks for the world's fastest products.
The Rider-First Engineered™ philosophy is a size-specific approach to frame construction that ensures every frame performs flawlessly. This is achieved through a mix of extensive data acquisition, expert feedback from professional riders, and a meticulous approach to carbon construction.
With FSR, we blazed the trail in active & independent suspension over 20 years ago, and we've been refining it ever since. It isolates chain and brake loads, and as a result, FSR technology delivers more comfort, control, and efficiency than any other suspension platform.
The Future Shock is a revolution is smooth, delivering 20mm of travel without degrading speed, handling, or comfort. In fact, it does quite the opposite. Through a focus on axial compliance, it breaks the mold of what we thought was possible in bicycle design. Find out how we did it.
Why wear a pack if you don't have to? For years, this was a question that nagged at us, and ultimately, it prompted us to reinvent the way that we looked at how we looked at storage, both on the bike and on the body.