Since the dawn of humanity, a viable method to travel short-to-medium distances spanning two to two hundred kilometers within a day has been sought. To address this need in transportation for the average person, Henry Lawson invented the safety bicycle. The safety bicycle has become so ubiquitous in its use that it has replaced the former penny-farthing.
The thrill and efficiency of the bicycle is so enticing that it penetrates even the most car-dependent suburbs where we can find ourselves today at in MAG Laboratory.
A lot of these components are donated from previous projects or less-upgraded versions of components.
MAG Laboratory has a small library of bicycle saddles should you find your bicycle saddle to not suit your anatomy. The saddles listed here are not comprehensive or not up-to-date since this is a continuously rotating mass of saddles.