It has everything he could think of to make riding an exceptionally upright
wedgie tolerable, including a saddle with thick cushions and springs plus
a suspended seatpost. It also has an extended headtube, up-turned stem,
and bar ends for a real sit-up-and-beg position to avoid neck strain or
numb hands.

Mark's comment; As I write this, in late May of '04, we are all
recovering from the event. All of Terry's efforts at making a
wedgie acceptably comfortable were in vain. Next year, 2005,
he will be riding a recumbent made from an old 3 speed.