Bike's don't move without pedaling. The force you then put into a bike to make forward progress is exclusively exerted on the foot. It stands to reason then, that your foot is the single most important contact point between you and a bike. 

I have spent thousands of miles pushing the pedals wearing Swiftwick socks, and I cannot recall a single moment they weren't perfectly comfortable. In fact, I never notice them, EXCEPT when I'm shocked at how fast they dry out after going through a river or some other body of water while I'm riding. They are simply incredible socks for any foot.

From the super fast wicking and drying technology that keeps your foot dry and happy, to the light compression they offer than helps increase blood flow, they are unmatched in their performance and I couldn't be happier every time I put them on my feet. Life is way too short for bad socks!