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Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost Gloss Carbon, One Size

Early photos of Froome's matte-black prototype F8 frame revealed just about everything that's available on the "stock" version, minus a few choice components reserved for the likes of Team Sky riders. Such is the case, or should we say was the case, with his neutral Air8 seatpost. Well that's not the case anymore, as the Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost has officially arrived. Made with the same FlatBack tube shaping that the F8 frame employs, this Air8 post wears an ovalized frontal section paired with a rather truncated back half, which was done to create a vacuum that eliminates turbulence. A full carbon construction gets paired with a two-bolt carbon seat clamp, further ensuring weight remains as low as possible. The Pinarello Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost is available in either a Gloss or Matte Carbon version, and it is only compatible with the Dogma F8 frame. Like the standard setback version, this model accepts both Shimano Di2 and Campagnolo EPS battery packs, but you'll need the mounting hardware, sold separately.

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Monolink Seatpost

As a longtime saddle maker, Selle Italia knows that certain constraints limit design evolution. The key structural detail that squelches innovation is the existing side-by-side rail system. As one of the few true standards in the bike industry, it may be time for change. Selle Italia bucks the trend by creating their own rail design to make saddles that save you energy, and the Monolink Seatpost is the piece of the puzzle necessary to support it. While pedaling easier is certainly alluring, we're most impressed by the fact that this post design won't exclude fitment with existing saddles. It comes with a host of clamp parts to mate it to Selle Italia's Monolink saddles along with traditional saddle designs with round and ovalized rails. The fact that it can be used with every saddle on the market is thanks to the wedge-style clamp hardware. The system is based on the twin stirrups that form the top of the post. Empty they are parallel loops of 3k carbon fiber with their centers being offset from the centerline of the seatpost shaft by 25mm. The entire assembly is built in one piece with continuous fibers running the length of the post. The clamp assembly for Monolink saddles, with its vertically paired carbon fiber rails, is made of carbon fiber; and like the machined aluminum standard saddle rail clamp parts, it is secured inside the twin stirrups of the seatpost by engaging an aluminum double wedge to increase pressure inside the loops of carbon fiber to hold it all securely in place without slipping. The Selle Italia Monolink Seatpost is Glossy Carbon and is available in two sizes -- 27. 2 x 350mm and 31. 6 x 350mm. It offers 25mm of setback, and it comes with all the hardware to fit Monolink saddles or traditional saddles with round or ovalized rails. It has graduated markings on the back of the post at every 0. 5cm to help you dial in your fit.

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SL-K Carbon Seatpost Red, SB0 / 27.2 x 350mm

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 Red, SB0 / 27.2 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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Stylus 0 Ltd Seatpost 31.6, 280mm

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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Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost

Early photos of Froome's matte-black prototype F8 frame revealed just about everything that's available on the "stock" version, minus a few choice components reserved for the likes of Team Sky riders. Such is the case, or should we say was the case, with his neutral Air8 seatpost. Well that's not the case anymore, as the Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost has officially arrived. Made with the same FlatBack tube shaping that the F8 frame employs, this Air8 post wears an ovalized frontal section paired with a rather truncated back half, which was done to create a vacuum that eliminates turbulence. A full carbon construction gets paired with a two-bolt carbon seat clamp, further ensuring weight remains as low as possible. The Pinarello Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost is available in either a Gloss or Matte Carbon version, and it is only compatible with the Dogma F8 frame. Like the standard setback version, this model accepts both Shimano Di2 and Campagnolo EPS battery packs, but you'll need the mounting hardware, sold separately.

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Monolink Seatpost Black, 31.6

As a longtime saddle maker, Selle Italia knows that certain constraints limit design evolution. The key structural detail that squelches innovation is the existing side-by-side rail system. As one of the few true standards in the bike industry, it may be time for change. Selle Italia bucks the trend by creating their own rail design to make saddles that save you energy, and the Monolink Seatpost is the piece of the puzzle necessary to support it. While pedaling easier is certainly alluring, we're most impressed by the fact that this post design won't exclude fitment with existing saddles. It comes with a host of clamp parts to mate it to Selle Italia's Monolink saddles along with traditional saddle designs with round and ovalized rails. The fact that it can be used with every saddle on the market is thanks to the wedge-style clamp hardware. The system is based on the twin stirrups that form the top of the post. Empty they are parallel loops of 3k carbon fiber with their centers being offset from the centerline of the seatpost shaft by 25mm. The entire assembly is built in one piece with continuous fibers running the length of the post. The clamp assembly for Monolink saddles, with its vertically paired carbon fiber rails, is made of carbon fiber; and like the machined aluminum standard saddle rail clamp parts, it is secured inside the twin stirrups of the seatpost by engaging an aluminum double wedge to increase pressure inside the loops of carbon fiber to hold it all securely in place without slipping. The Selle Italia Monolink Seatpost is Glossy Carbon and is available in two sizes -- 27. 2 x 350mm and 31. 6 x 350mm. It offers 25mm of setback, and it comes with all the hardware to fit Monolink saddles or traditional saddles with round or ovalized rails. It has graduated markings on the back of the post at every 0. 5cm to help you dial in your fit.

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WCS Carbon LINK Seatpost Wet Black, 27.2/350/15mm offset

The Ritchey WCS Carbon LINK Seatpost is a perfect example of the innovation that results when obsessive minds stack on the miles. Atop the one-piece carbon fiber post is a user-friendly saddle clamp, which is infinitely adjustable, and has a large range of adjustment. And should you choose to make the switch to Ritchey's LINK saddle system, all you need is a saddle adapter and the saddle, and you'll be on your way to enjoying an even lighter, more comfortable pedaling experience.Ritchey built the WCS Link Carbon post as a single piece, rather than using a bonded head, which can be troublesome. It's designed to provide a greater degree of flex, for a more forgiving ride that's especially noticeable on longer rides. Ritchey's unique saddle clamping mechanism employs two bolts at the side of the post, making installation easier than traditional double -bolt designs. It has the added benefit of being compatible with Ritchey's LINK saddle system, with the use of an aftermarket adapter, which is sold separately. This post has a built-in 15mm offset, and the seat clamp can be adjusted to provide an added 10mm of fore-aft adjustment.The Ritchey WCS Carbon LINK Seatpost is available in three diameters, from 27. 2mm, to 31. 6mm, in the lengths 350mm and 400mm, and in the colors UD Black.

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Dorico Team Seatpost

The singular red stripe delineating 3T's Team series of components is an undeniably powerful statement. But there's something to be said for the raciness and sheer sex appeal of black-on-black that gets our hearts pounding. 3T is now making available their Dorico Team Seatpost in a finish that is more than befitting of our wildest carbon fiber dreams. The 3T Dorico Team Seatpost is a classic setback post that follows the same time-tested Grecian architectural inspirations of 3T's best-selling Doric post. Very similar in appearance to both the LTD and Pro series of seatposts, the Dorico Team is a mid-range post that combines the strengths of both the aforementioned -- the shock-absorbing unidirectional carbon fiber shaft of the LTD and the 7075 aluminum carrier of the Pro, resulting in a seatpost that is as durable and time-honored as the Parthenon columns from which the Dorico owes its name. The Dorico also uses titanium hardware to keep the post's weight under 220 grams (31. 6 x 280mm post). Unlike the similarly constructed 3T Doric Seatpost, the Dorico has 25 millimeters of setback, which is perfect if you have longer legs and struggle to dial in a comfortable saddle position. The Dorico uses a classic two-bolt clamp for keeping your saddle in place. It's hardly fancy, but adjusting your saddle angle shouldn't ever be a complicated affair -- simply tighten the rear bolt and loosen the front bolt to angle your saddle up, and perform the reverse to lower your angle. The Dorico Team Seatpost comes in a White or Gloss Black. The 350mm shaft comes in 27. 2 and 31. 6mm lengths.

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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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Turbine Seatpost

The new Race Face Turbine Seatpost isn't just a new graphic on last year's Turbine -- it's an all-new post with new materials, more strength, and a new clamp interface for even easier saddle installation and adjustment. The new Turbine ditches the 7050-series alloy used in last year's model in favor of 2014-series alloy, boosting strength and fatigue resistance without compromising weight thanks to triple internal butting, 3D forging, and a shot-peen finish. The star of the show, however, is the new Hunter head rail clamp design. Fret not for the loss of RF's previous seatpost clamp design, which was already revered by many to be the most ingenious out there -- RF promises this one is even better. Compatible with nearly all 7/8mm round rails or oval carbon rails, the Hunter head can easily accommodate the installation of a new saddle without being disassembled, which is a major hassle associated with most designs out there. The thumbscrew interface allows for up to 18 degrees of angle adjustment, and for a cherry-on-top of user friendliness, the post includes a tapered rubber grommet that can you can shimmy down onto the seatpost clamp to prevent gunk build-up or water entry. The Race Face Turbine seatpost comes in the color Black, is 400mm long, and is available in 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm diameters. It weighs approximately 260 grams and is currently available only as a non-offset post.

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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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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 Silver, 27.2/330mm

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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Dorico Team Seatpost Black, 31.6mm/350mm

The singular red stripe delineating 3T's Team series of components is an undeniably powerful statement. But there's something to be said for the raciness and sheer sex appeal of black-on-black that gets our hearts pounding. 3T is now making available their Dorico Team Seatpost in a finish that is more than befitting of our wildest carbon fiber dreams. The 3T Dorico Team Seatpost is a classic setback post that follows the same time-tested Grecian architectural inspirations of 3T's best-selling Doric post. Very similar in appearance to both the LTD and Pro series of seatposts, the Dorico Team is a mid-range post that combines the strengths of both the aforementioned -- the shock-absorbing unidirectional carbon fiber shaft of the LTD and the 7075 aluminum carrier of the Pro, resulting in a seatpost that is as durable and time-honored as the Parthenon columns from which the Dorico owes its name. The Dorico also uses titanium hardware to keep the post's weight under 220 grams (31. 6 x 280mm post). Unlike the similarly constructed 3T Doric Seatpost, the Dorico has 25 millimeters of setback, which is perfect if you have longer legs and struggle to dial in a comfortable saddle position. The Dorico uses a classic two-bolt clamp for keeping your saddle in place. It's hardly fancy, but adjusting your saddle angle shouldn't ever be a complicated affair -- simply tighten the rear bolt and loosen the front bolt to angle your saddle up, and perform the reverse to lower your angle. The Dorico Team Seatpost comes in a White or Gloss Black. The 350mm shaft comes in 27. 2 and 31. 6mm lengths.

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Dorico Team Seatpost White, 27.2mm/350mm

The singular red stripe delineating 3T's Team series of components is an undeniably powerful statement. But there's something to be said for the raciness and sheer sex appeal of black-on-black that gets our hearts pounding. 3T is now making available their Dorico Team Seatpost in a finish that is more than befitting of our wildest carbon fiber dreams. The 3T Dorico Team Seatpost is a classic setback post that follows the same time-tested Grecian architectural inspirations of 3T's best-selling Doric post. Very similar in appearance to both the LTD and Pro series of seatposts, the Dorico Team is a mid-range post that combines the strengths of both the aforementioned -- the shock-absorbing unidirectional carbon fiber shaft of the LTD and the 7075 aluminum carrier of the Pro, resulting in a seatpost that is as durable and time-honored as the Parthenon columns from which the Dorico owes its name. The Dorico also uses titanium hardware to keep the post's weight under 220 grams (31. 6 x 280mm post). Unlike the similarly constructed 3T Doric Seatpost, the Dorico has 25 millimeters of setback, which is perfect if you have longer legs and struggle to dial in a comfortable saddle position. The Dorico uses a classic two-bolt clamp for keeping your saddle in place. It's hardly fancy, but adjusting your saddle angle shouldn't ever be a complicated affair -- simply tighten the rear bolt and loosen the front bolt to angle your saddle up, and perform the reverse to lower your angle. The Dorico Team Seatpost comes in a White or Gloss Black. The 350mm shaft comes in 27. 2 and 31. 6mm lengths.

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Turbine Seatpost Black, 30.9 x 400

The new Race Face Turbine Seatpost isn't just a new graphic on last year's Turbine -- it's an all-new post with new materials, more strength, and a new clamp interface for even easier saddle installation and adjustment. The new Turbine ditches the 7050-series alloy used in last year's model in favor of 2014-series alloy, boosting strength and fatigue resistance without compromising weight thanks to triple internal butting, 3D forging, and a shot-peen finish. The star of the show, however, is the new Hunter head rail clamp design. Fret not for the loss of RF's previous seatpost clamp design, which was already revered by many to be the most ingenious out there -- RF promises this one is even better. Compatible with nearly all 7/8mm round rails or oval carbon rails, the Hunter head can easily accommodate the installation of a new saddle without being disassembled, which is a major hassle associated with most designs out there. The thumbscrew interface allows for up to 18 degrees of angle adjustment, and for a cherry-on-top of user friendliness, the post includes a tapered rubber grommet that can you can shimmy down onto the seatpost clamp to prevent gunk build-up or water entry. The Race Face Turbine seatpost comes in the color Black, is 400mm long, and is available in 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm diameters. It weighs approximately 260 grams and is currently available only as a non-offset post.

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Doric Team Seatpost Black, 31.6mm/400mm

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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Doric Team Seatpost Black, 30.9mm/400mm

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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EA70 Zero Offset Seatpost One Color, 400mm/30.9

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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