The seat comprises two halves arranged in a mirror-like fashion with respect to the longitudinal axis of the bike and consisting of rear seat surfaces hinged to front seat surfaces through a spatial link mechanism. There is also a nose – it stays like a cap on the clamp and helps rider to steer the bike. The mounting of this seat begins from the available conventional clamp. The front seat surfaces, the under-thigh parts, are hinged to the rear seat surfaces through a spatial link mechanism. The main goal of the construction is providing maximum support of the bike rider during the ride. The gluteus fold of the human body, also known as the gluteus sulcus or horizontal gluteus crease, is one of the leading features which define the design of this seat.