An idea backed up
If you are unhappy about something, just change it to be happy again. We had a desire to change a lot of things: work, life, and those off-the-shelf saddles constantly chafing our butts on every longer ride. Not to waste any more time, we decided to change all this in one blow and became the first in the world to create tailor-made cycling saddles.
THE ORIGIN STORY
Who we are?
Two passionate cyclists who just couldn’t understand why nobody has already started manufacturing custom-made saddles. We found the answer pretty quickly. Mass customization is not just a cycling buzzword, it’s a tough nut to crack. After committing to it, we couldn’t take it back, we didn’t want to become just another team with a terrific idea which ends before actually starting something. We paid dearly for it with gallons of coffee, hundreds of iterations, and countless hours of lively discussions in the saddle. We made it and created Joyseat. Maybe we are looking at the development stage from a different, more realistic perspective now, but we are planning to launch new products. The world’s first custom-made 3D-printed saddle is just the beginning.
Training and performance have been important to me since I was a child. Paradoxically, it was football that led me to cycling through numerous injuries and a subsequent knee surgery. I went through the introduction to cycling like most hobbies. At the start it was more beer than riding but over time, on the contrary. From MTB marathons to joining up on Strava and even dabbling in road racing. I still feel most at home on the trails in the woods, which in turn has seen some of my momentum shift from the road lately.
Today I'm trying to combine my work and training experience with the world of cycling. I want to see us bring some common sense back to the component industry, something that improves our sport in a healthy direction while also producing locally."
Like most people, I've been riding irregularly since I was a child, mainly for fun. I grew up around the Lusatian Mountains and Bohemian Switzerland. I might say I did not fully succeed in cycling as a discipline during the first five years. In New York, I first began riding on a fixie, pretty soon after a road bike was introduced. This was followed by taking up gravel, becoming a member in a local cycling club, group riding, bikepacking, and ultimately racing. I have become obsessed.
I see the bike as a means of discovering myself and conquering new goals. The legs are made on the climbs and the same is true for business. Success can seldom be achieved in the least difficult way. With this conviction, we are developing the Posedla brand.”
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