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Elite Seatpost Black, 27.2/410mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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SL-K Carbon Seatpost White, SB0 / 31.6 x 400mm

Stiffness, light weight, and smooth ride are all tangible benefits of carbon fiber seatposts;, however, value often suffers in the pursuit of improvement. Thankfully, the FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost combines race-ready weight and stiffness with a working man's budget, and doesn't sacrifice the characteristics that you need from your post. The SL-K Carbon Seatpost employs uni-directional carbon fiber construction to shed precious grams. However, that doesn't mean a thing if it's not reliable. Accordingly, FSA subjected it to the industry's toughest quality standards, CEN. You may have guessed that it passed with flying colors. The reliable two-bolt alloy seat clamp allows for micro-adjustments that are essential for perfecting your fit. The wall thickness and weave pattern provide plenty of damping to cancel out harsh road chatter, without sacrificing the rigidity needed for a hard push in the saddle. The FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost is available in 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm diameter, in zero-offset, or with 20mm of setback, and in the colors Red and White.

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SL-K Carbon Seatpost

Stiffness, light weight, and smooth ride are all tangible benefits of carbon fiber seatposts;, however, value often suffers in the pursuit of improvement. Thankfully, the FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost combines race-ready weight and stiffness with a working man's budget, and doesn't sacrifice the characteristics that you need from your post. The SL-K Carbon Seatpost employs uni-directional carbon fiber construction to shed precious grams. However, that doesn't mean a thing if it's not reliable. Accordingly, FSA subjected it to the industry's toughest quality standards, CEN. You may have guessed that it passed with flying colors. The reliable two-bolt alloy seat clamp allows for micro-adjustments that are essential for perfecting your fit. The wall thickness and weave pattern provide plenty of damping to cancel out harsh road chatter, without sacrificing the rigidity needed for a hard push in the saddle. The FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost is available in 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm diameter, in zero-offset, or with 20mm of setback, and in the colors Red and White.

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SP250 Seatpost Matte Black, 31.6mm, 350mm

Even with the infiltration of the carbon masterpiece bike builds surrounding us today, many professional mechanics and team riders still opt for aluminum cockpits. The main reason is the security and peace of mind this strong, lightweight alloy provides time and again. This is why we continue to see the brands revered for their carbon know-how, such as Storck, producing high-end, versatile aluminum components such as the SP250 Seatpost. Similar to everything wearing the Storck label, the SP250 seatpost embodies a functional design that works efficiently and never puts up a fuss. The number in the name is derived from the post's 250g weight, which, due to its 2014-T6 heat-treated aluminum construction, means that it's both plenty light and exceptionally durable. The post's slight offset and forged heat design incorporates a dual-bolt clamping interface, which ensures your perch remains securely attached at the rails, and it's perfectly suited for either road or mountain applications, as it wears a diameter of 31. 6mm. The Storck SP250 Seatpost is available the 31. 6mm, 350mm size, and it comes in a shot peened finish that wears the color Matte Black.

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SP250 Seatpost

Even with the infiltration of the carbon masterpiece bike builds surrounding us today, many professional mechanics and team riders still opt for aluminum cockpits. The main reason is the security and peace of mind this strong, lightweight alloy provides time and again. This is why we continue to see the brands revered for their carbon know-how, such as Storck, producing high-end, versatile aluminum components such as the SP250 Seatpost. Similar to everything wearing the Storck label, the SP250 seatpost embodies a functional design that works efficiently and never puts up a fuss. The number in the name is derived from the post's 250g weight, which, due to its 2014-T6 heat-treated aluminum construction, means that it's both plenty light and exceptionally durable. The post's slight offset and forged heat design incorporates a dual-bolt clamping interface, which ensures your perch remains securely attached at the rails, and it's perfectly suited for either road or mountain applications, as it wears a diameter of 31. 6mm. The Storck SP250 Seatpost is available the 31. 6mm, 350mm size, and it comes in a shot peened finish that wears the color Matte Black.

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SL-K Carbon Seatpost White, SB0 / 31.6 x 400mm

Stiffness, light weight, and smooth ride are all tangible benefits of carbon fiber seatposts;, however, value often suffers in the pursuit of improvement. Thankfully, the FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost combines race-ready weight and stiffness with a working man's budget, and doesn't sacrifice the characteristics that you need from your post. The SL-K Carbon Seatpost employs uni-directional carbon fiber construction to shed precious grams. However, that doesn't mean a thing if it's not reliable. Accordingly, FSA subjected it to the industry's toughest quality standards, CEN. You may have guessed that it passed with flying colors. The reliable two-bolt alloy seat clamp allows for micro-adjustments that are essential for perfecting your fit. The wall thickness and weave pattern provide plenty of damping to cancel out harsh road chatter, without sacrificing the rigidity needed for a hard push in the saddle. The FSA SL-K Carbon Seatpost is available in 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm diameter, in zero-offset, or with 20mm of setback, and in the colors Red and White.

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Elite Seatpost Black, 27.2/410mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Elite Seatpost Black, 30.9/410mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Elite Seatpost Black, 26.8/330mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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EA70 Offset Seatpost One Color, 350mm/31.6

Carbon is here to stay, but aluminum still remains the top choice of cockpit componentry by many of world's best cyclists. The reasons vary, but the one that we hear the most often is that aluminum provides a sense of security and dependability that can't be replicated with carbon. When you start to think about the stress that these riders put their bikes through day after day, it makes a little more sense. Easton is well aware of this too, which is why it continues to produce its proven EA70 line of aluminum seatposts. And for riders that prefer a bit of setback too, Easton has you covered with the EA70 Offset Seatpost. Easton built the EA70 aluminum post with its TaperWall technology. TaperWall is a manufacturing technique that applies more carbon to the all surfaces of the post, where stiffness is paramount. Meanwhile, less material is applied to areas requiring more compliance. For the EA70, Easton created multiple tapers within the post, which both reinforces it and reduces its overall weight. This TaperWall technology also works to transfer impact energy freely down the length of the post, meaning that shock is dampened without compromising stiffness. This results in the EA70's ultra-smooth, compliant feel while in the saddle as well as its resistance to torsional flex. For the top portion of the seatpost, Easton integrated its forged aluminum offset head, which provides 12mm of setback. This low-profile clamping mechanism relies on its proven two-bolt design in order to securely enclose your saddle's rails and make fine-tune adjustments a simple affair. The Easton EA70 Offset Seatpost is available with a Black Anodized finish, a 350mm length and either a 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6mm diameter.

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Elite Setback Seatpost Black, 31.6/367

You get 16mm of setback thanks to its bent shaft. Your minimum effective height is 80mm since you can't drop your post lower than the bend in the shaft. A stupendously high-quality setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Stylus 0 Ltd Seatpost 31.6, 350mm

Forward and aft positioning on the bike plays a large role in how much power a rider generates. Although a more relaxed (slacker) position is more comfortable, if you want to generate maximum speed without the discomfort of sitting on the nose of the saddle, try a forward position using the 3T Stylus LTD 0 Seatpost. This post is reminiscent of a traditional 2-bolt seatpost with a neutral -- 0 degree -- setback, clean lines, and weight-minimizing carbon construction. Unlike the 2-bolt seatposts of yore, this post utilizes bolts set on either side of the cradle, which allows for easier micro adjustments and extra stability. Both the shaft and saddle clamp are monocoque high-modulus carbon fiber and the bolts are steel, making this the lightest seatpost in the Stylus line. The Stylus 0 places the seat clamp assembly directly in line with the seatpost shaft. This 0 degree of setback is optimal when your frame design has a slacker seat tube: it is lighter in weight as compared to a setback post and shifts your position forward to compensate for your frame design. The 0 degree setback is also ideal if you want a more forward TT position on your already aggressive bike frame to maximize power. The 3T Stylus LTD 0 Seatpost is available in 27. 2mm or 31. 6mm diameters and 280mm, 350mm or 420mm lengths. The post is available in Gloss Black and weighs roughly 140g (31. 6mm x 280mm).

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EA70 Zero Offset Seatpost

The next time that you get a chance to closely examine a few pro cyclists' bikes, take a look at their seatposts. Even with more carbon componentry infiltrating these riders' machines, you might be surprised to see that the majority of them still prefer to use aluminum seatposts. The weight difference between carbon and aluminum posts is often negligible, and you just can't beat the dependability, comfort, and security that a well-built aluminum seatpost provides. These are the reasons that the world's most demanding cyclists continue to put their trust in aluminum posts, like Easton's EA70 Zero Offset Seatpost, season after season. Easton built the EA70 aluminum post with its TaperWall technology. TaperWall is a manufacturing technique that applies more carbon to the wall surfaces of the post, where stiffness is paramount. Meanwhile, less material is applied to areas requiring more compliance. For the EA70, Easton created multiple tapers within the post, which both reinforces it and reduces its overall weight. This TaperWall technology also works to transfer impact energy freely down the length of the post, meaning that shock is dampened without compromising stiffness. This results in the EA70's ultra-smooth, compliant feel while in the saddle as well as its resistance to torsional flex. For the top portion of the seatpost, Easton integrated a zero-offset forged aluminum head. This low-profile clamping mechanism relies on its proven two-bolt design, which securely encloses your saddle's rails and makes fine-tune adjustments a simplified affair. The Easton EA70 Zero Offset Seatpost is available with a Black Anodized finish and with either a 300 or 400mm length. Additionally, Easton is providing this post in 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6mm diameters.

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Dogma F8 Setback Seatpost Matte, One Size

If you're here looking at the Pinarello Dogma F8 Setback Seatpost, then you've possibly fallen victim to the same issue many of us have had since carbon took over the market. Advancing 1/4 turn past the recommended force while tightening a seat collar has sent many a home mechanic -- some of us included -- on a hat-in-hand quest for a seatpost to replace one that they've cracked. Fortunately, Pinarello accounts for the occasional overzealous user error with replacement models. The F8 Setback is the same seatpost that ships on the flagship Dogma F8 frameset. It's got the Dogma F8's unique, wind-dodging FlatBack shaping, the same Torayca T1100 Dream Carbon, and the same carbon seat clamp. It's literally identical, so your F8 will be as good as new. Please note that the Dogma F8 Setback Seatpost's FlatBack shape means only compatible with Pinarello's Dogma F8 frame. It accepts both Shimano Di2 and Campagnolo EPS battery packs, but you'll need the mounting hardware, which is sold separately.

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Service Course Seatpost Blast Black, 0/330mm/31.6

A two-bolt clamp assembly allows a wide range of angle adjustment for Zipp's Service Course Seatpost. So much so, that you can perfect your saddle tilt, and, once adjusted, the two-bolt assembly will simply not slip out of adjustment. But, that's not the extent of the Service Course's features. Zipp engineers paid special attention to the length of the clamp assembly. On the lower portion, it's designed to be a bit longer than what you might see on other seatposts. Essentially, this is to support the saddle rails if you favor to ride at the rearward position. And in this day and age of super-light rails, we view any extra insurance against damage as a welcomed friend. For this iteration of the Service Course, the seatpost forgoes carbon fiber in favor of a one-piece, 3D forged design. If you pay close attention to the Grand Tours, you'll notice that this is a reoccurring trend in the peloton. The reason is simple. For the cost of a few grams, the seatpost becomes stiffer, stronger, and more comfortable that its carbon fiber counterparts. In fact, we find that road vibration is better dispersed, while power is better conserved during hard seated exertions. The Zipp Service Course Seatpost is available in both 27. 2 and 31. 6mm diameters and in 330 and 350mm lengths. Additionally, it's being offered with either a 0 or 20 degree setback.

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Doric Team Seatpost

Seat posts are more important than mere team gear. We've noticed that pros often seem to forsake their sponsor's seat post for one of their own choosing. We don't know why this is, but close inspection has revealed that Campagnolo and Shimano posts don't seem to get on that many pro bikes. We bring this matter up because 3T has come up with an light seat post -- the kind of post you might want to use regardless of team sponsor commitments. It's called the Doric Team seatpost, and it weighs a mere 175g. Named for the Greek style of column, it is supposed to stand the test of time; your time in the saddle. Like a Doric column, the Doric seat post doesn't have a base. The post also is not fluted like a traditional Doric column. It does have a capital, which is where the shaft of the post meets the clamp. 3T calls this section of the post a "carrier." It is made of aluminum. The two-bolt clamp is great for nosing your saddle at exactly the right up/down position. We don't understand why in this modern age, some seat posts have serrated clamps that limit your ability to precisely adjust the saddle angle. The clamp has both a front bolt and a rear bolt and if the nose is too low, all you have to do is slightly back out the front bolt and slightly tighten the rear bolt. Note that this seat post has zero setback. If you currently ride a seat post with setback, and your seat is pushed back on the post, you might not be able to get the position you want with this post. An easy way to check is to visualize where the clamp would grab your seat rails if your current setback post didn't have the curve. The 3T Doric Team seat post is made with a carbon fiber shaft and 7075 aluminum cap and cradle. It is available in two diameters, 27. 2 and 31. 6mm. The color is clear-coat carbon with a Red stripe.

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Elite Seatpost Black, 29.4/330mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Cyrano Seatpost

The Italians just about own the saddle business. What is largely unspoken is that many Italian teams quietly run Italian seat posts on their team bikes as well. Selcof. Ever heard of them? Take a hard look at the photos you see of the Giro d'Italia and you'll find them (often stickered otherwise) all over the place. Now with the Fizik Cyrano, Selcof has some serious competition. Considering how integration is becoming ever more popular in the bike world, it's surprising that few saddle manufacturers have gone the route of making seat posts as well. Fizik proves yet again to be ahead of the curve. The Cyrano is not only light but does a great job of cradling ultra-light saddle rails, and it's incredibly easy to adjust. There are two critical elements to the Cyrano's functionality. One is the cradle. Unlike most seat posts, which almost bite seat rails in two places on each side, the Cyrano has a lower clamp and upper clamp, both of which are smooth and long. The lower clamp half is 45. 5mm in length. This means the bottom of the saddle rails are supported for this entire distance, distributing loads over a much greater area thus making rail breakage almost impossible and reducing clamping force. The second key element is the thumb-wheel micro adjusting mechanism in front. This little steel wheel is attached to a steel clamping bolt so that you can easily micro-adjust the tilt of the saddle. There are no teeth to engage as on many seatpost clamps. The Cyrano seatpost is also reversible. So it can be run with the clamp in front for those who want a forward time trial position or with the clamp in back for a more traditional road position. The post has 25mm of clamp offset. The clamp is designed to work with all modern seat rails. It can accommodate traditional round rails as well as Fizik's 7x9 ovalized braided carbon rails and other manufacturers' oval rails that are up to 10. 3mm tall. It has also been designed so you don't have to disassemble the post before inst...

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Elite Seatpost Silver, 26.8/330mm

A stupendously high-quality non-setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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Elite Setback Seatpost Black, 27.2/410

You get 16mm of setback thanks to its bent shaft. Your minimum effective height is 80mm since you can't drop your post lower than the bend in the shaft. A stupendously high-quality setback seatpost that sets the standard for saddle adjustability and overall precision. The post and cradle are machined from one piece of 7000-series aluminum. Uses a 2-bolt design that allows you to nose your saddle up or down through adjustments to the bolts. 41mm seat rail grip. At 180g it rivals the lightness of carbon posts that cost twice as much.

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