This is a seat suspension system installed beneath the bicycle saddle.

Its structure includes front springs with a cross-shaped design,

a rear portion resembling a spring shock absorber,

and two rails at the bottom resembling those of a bicycle seat.

It is installed between the seatpost and the saddle.

Initially, it is treated as a saddle during installation,

and then it is fastened to this device using small screws.

The installation process is indeed quite simple.

The actual riding experience is quite fascinating;

the suspension sensation is very noticeable.

Its sensitivity is even more responsive than the rear suspension of a mountain bike;

you can feel a slight movement with just a tiny shift in weight.

When I ride over bumpy surfaces, the sensation becomes more pronounced.

It effectively cushions the impact feel of potholes.

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