Professional cyclists spend a lot of time in the wind tunnel perfecting their riding position.
This must be a very tiring shape to maintain if you’re pedaling your way around the Tour de France.
Today’s invention is therefore a new lattice-type bike frame with no crossbar.
Instead, support rails are tailored to a particular rider’s torso.
Between these would be a rib-and-perineum-saving set of pads (blue) designed to take the weight off one’s arms and not increasing drag beyond that of the rider’s own body, whilst still allowing natural breathing movements.