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Hello, my name is Jeff McMahan. I'm the owner of the patented line of premium comfort
bicycle seats trade-mark named RealSeat! While my RealSeat brand of comfort bicycle
seats have been available for purchase direct to the consumer on this website for many
years and I continue to this day to sell to bicyclist all over the country and world, I have
recently come to the sobering realization that I can't take a venture that has to be
manufactured on the other side of the planet to the next level without partnering with a like-
minded company or entity in some capacity. This is why I am now offering FREE license to
manufacture and distribute my world famous RealSeat comfort bicycle seat to any and all
OEM makers of comfort bicycle and/or eBikes.

To make a long story short, while selling my "nothing-else-like-it", premium comfort seat as
an after-market replacement is all well and good, it ultimately needs to be included as
original equipment on a comfort bicycle model similar to that of the market leading 'Townie'
model by Electra Bicycle Company - which other bicycle makers like Giant, 3G, KHS, and
Fuji all have similar models today that mimic. And while most brands have half-heartedly
attempted to offer one style of comfort bicycle or the other (hybrid, cruiser, or crank
forward), the real problem is they ALL fail to comprehend the #1 reason people for decades
have stopped riding bicycles- they can no longer tolerate an uncomfortable and unforgiving
saddle. The only thing these people really want is a bicycle with a REAL COMFORT SEAT
on it and not yet another comfort bicycle with an over-sized saddle masquerading as a seat
that a majority of casual cyclists still consider uncomfortable!

Unfortunately, though, trying to convince a bicycle maker choke full of hard core road and
mountain bike enthusiasts who don’t ever leisurely ride any style of comfort bicycle of this
indisputable fact has proven more difficult than I ever imagined. For they all seem to have a
corporate culture that dictates they focus their primary attention on their more expensive
road and mountain bike models - comfort models be damned.

Anyhow, the ignorance of a pig-headed industry notwithstanding, I know from many years of
experience now that if my "wider-than-your-butt" comfort seat was combined with a new
model of comfort bicycle (preferably a crank forward) it would appeal greatly to millions of
casual cyclists (not to mention the tens of millions of people around the world who won’t
even so much as ride a bicycle anymore because they can’t tolerate having a saddle
wedged up their rear end) and would be a prominent feature they would desire and seek
out on a new comfort bicycle (if such a bicycle existed) and give considerably more money

Moreover, even though customers of mine have placed a RealSeat upon every conceivable
style of bicycle over these past many years, I am not foolhardy enough to believe that our
seat will outright replace the common saddle anytime soon or that it is somehow perfect for
all styles of bikes. Nor am I so arrogant as to believe my seat could not be improved upon,
either, but in spite of everything only a fool would be remiss not to conclude that my comfort
seat is to a comfort bicycle like what jelly is to peanut butter - as they just make logical
sense together!

To close, I am a personable fellow of resolute character who is long past game play of any
sort or manner and I will consider most any and all propositions including both territorial and
exclusive agreements, mergers, partnerships, and even an outright sale. So, if you have the
means to fund what could easily be a multi-million dollar profit-making opportunity and you'd
like to learn more about what I have in mind, then please forward any and all questions you
may have for me directly to my e-mail address at: or call me at:
419.753.3417 most anytime!