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Dogma F8 Zero Setback Seatpost Matte 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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EC90 Setback Seatpost One Color, 350/31.6

Light isn't good enough anymore. While the Easton EC90 Setback Seatpost is certainly one of the lightest posts on the market, it's also designed to last. To be direct, it's designed to be both tough and light. Increasing the toughness doesn't begin with overbuilding it but instead, recognizing the enemy of longevity -- impatient bike mechanics (you or your local shop rat). It happens when someone slams a seatpost clamp shut rather than taking the time to back off the fine-adjust nut on the opposite side of the clamp lever. When you overzealously clamp a carbon seatpost, you risk overloading the "pinch" zone at the back of the post, where the seat tube is cut to allow it to flex and clamp the seatpost. Too much clamp force narrows the focus of the clamp on this one area. To avoid any possibility of mashing your EC90 Carbon Seatpost, Easton came up with what it calls Relief Area Design, RAD for short, and you'll see it deployed on the brand's seatposts as well as steerer tubes on their forks. RAD works by simply eliminating material at the zone where that imbalanced force would normally pinch (this is the flat edge you see on the back of the seatpost). This helps to spread the clamping load more broadly across the circumference of the tube. Easton's EC90 carbon is of course their top grade, and the material is even used on both the upper and lower plates of the clamp assembly where it attaches to the seat rails. While "full carbon" posts are increasingly common, Easton uses a very stable, two-bolt clamp design that echos one of the most venerable posts ever made, the Thomson. Both rely on long clamp zones and highly adjustable through-bolts. The Easton EC90 Setback Seatpost has a uni-directional Matte Carbon finish. It is 350mm in length and comes in 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6mm diameters.

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LEV Dropper Seatpost 31.6mm, 335mm/100mm travel

Not only does the KS LEV Dropper Seatpost offer the reliably smooth travel that makes KS dropper posts some of the most popular on the market, but it also shaves precious grams with its titanium clamp bolts, carbon lower clamp, and carbon remote lever. Reducing weight even more, its PowerCordz cable is 75% lighter than the stainless steel line that's used on most dropper posts. The rest of the post is made of aluminum for durability. As expected from a high-quality dropper, the LEV Dropper Seatpost uses hydraulic internals that remove play/excess movement from its design. However, most impressive is the stationary connection near the non-moving part of the post. This provides a better fit that's customizable to your frame without the cable bunching up or getting in your way, as there's no need for the excess cable to accommodate seat movement.

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Stylus 25 LTD Stealth Seatpost Ud Gloss Black, 31.6 mm/ 280 mm

With its black-on-black aesthetic, the 3T Stylus 25 LTD Stealth Seatpost takes a whole body of tech -- high-modulus carbon fiber construction technology, an updated saddle clamp design, a weight to make alloy (and most carbon) posts blush -- and makes it vanish under a stealth blanket. Those technical features are great and all, but the finish (rightly) steals the show. So matte, so carbon, so stealth. OK, so the stealth finish doesn't totally eclipse the rest of the seatpost's details. The 25mm of setback in this model deserve special attention for increasing vertical compliance and adding stability on fast descents as compared with the zero offset model. The post is also capped with 3T's Stylus clamping design, which is reminiscent of the single-bolt operations from generations past but without the awkward, finicky drawbacks. Unlike those single-bolt clamps, the new Stylus clamping system secures the saddle with two bolts situated just inside of either saddle rail. This more effectively distributes load pressure, which is a must for clamping carbon to carbon, but it also eliminates the need to maintain saddle angle while tightening the single clamping bolt and keeping the wiggly clamping bracket in place. It's a simplified, more secure system that any amateur home mechanic can adjust without need to refer to a detailed manual. Despite its all-comers ease of use, we do recommend using a torque wrench tuned at or below the max suggested torque of 10Nm while tightening the twin bolts. This tolerance is relatively high for any cockpit component, and we're especially impressed given that -- unlike the carbon post and alloy clamp of the Team model or the Pro model's all alloy construction -- the LTD Stealth pits carbon against carbon to reduce its claimed weight to 55g less than the corresponding Team seatpost.

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EC70 Zero Offset Seatpost One Color, 300mm/31.6

Easton delivered on all fronts with its new EC70 Zero Offset Seatpost. It's a lightweight and compliant carbon post that's been designed for riders seeking the versatility provided through a neutral two-bolt post design. The seatpost was constructed with the same overall monocoque carbon construction technique as the EC90, except for an aluminum upper clamp. Besides that, you receive the same innovative design and proprietary technology that's kept Easton's carbon seatposts bolted to the frames of the world's most demanding cyclists. Easton built the EC70 carbon post with both its Relief-Area Design (RAD) and TaperWall technology. TaperWall is a manufacturing technique that applies more carbon to the wall surfaces where stiffness is paramount, with less material being applied to areas requiring more compliance. For the EC70, this means you get a thinner aft portion of the post for a more compliant, comfortable ride feel, with thicker sides for enhanced rigidity and resistance to torsional flex. The RAD technology works directly with the TaperWall, essentially flattening the rear section of the post. In addition to this eliminating unnecessary weight, RAD prevents gouging or scoring that often occurs on round posts from the binder bolt/clamp assembly. At the top of the post, Easton placed its proven two-bolt aluminum clamping system. This low-profile assembly securely encloses your saddle's rails, which also makes fine-tune adjustments a simplified affair. The Easton EC70 Zero Offset Seatpost is available with a Matte Carbon finish, either a 300 or 400mm length, and 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6mm diameters.

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5010 Mountain Bike Frame - 2015 Orange/Lime Green, XL

The Santa Cruz 5010 Mountain Bike Frame is an excellent starting point for building an all-terrain rocket for occasional XC races, multi-day backcountry missions, and even a bit of lift-serviced riding. Though this aluminum version forgoes the fancy carbon construction of its higher-priced siblings, it features Santa Cruz's butted and hydroformed tubing for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and lateral stiffness. Its 68-degree head tube angle, snappy 17-inch chainstays, and low bottom bracket contribute to its extremely agile feel, cleaning the tightest of switchbacks and conquering a wide variety of trails without feeling overwhelmed when things get steep. 27. 5-inch wheels roll over roots, rocks, and techy trail sections with poise and stability. Equipped with 125mm of rear VPP travel and optimized for a 130mm front fork, the 5010 embodies the purest definition of a do-it-all trail bike. The VPP rear suspension makes it extremely efficient without sacrificing small-bump compliance on rocky, root-infested stretches of trail. The included Fox Float CTD rear shock features Fox's signature Climb, Trail, Descend (CTD) compression settings, allowing you to customize the shock's compression to the terrain at hand. Run it wide open on burly descents, lock it out on lung-busting climbs, or leave it in Trail mode for all-around efficiency. Note that the 5010 comes with ISCG-05 tabs for chain guide use, 142mm rear axle spacing for extra stiffness out back, stealth seatpost routing for a cleaner overall look, and an English-threaded BSA 73mm bottom bracket.

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5010 Mountain Bike Frame - 2015 Satin Black/White, XL

The Santa Cruz 5010 Mountain Bike Frame is an excellent starting point for building an all-terrain rocket for occasional XC races, multi-day backcountry missions, and even a bit of lift-serviced riding. Though this aluminum version forgoes the fancy carbon construction of its higher-priced siblings, it features Santa Cruz's butted and hydroformed tubing for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and lateral stiffness. Its 68-degree head tube angle, snappy 17-inch chainstays, and low bottom bracket contribute to its extremely agile feel, cleaning the tightest of switchbacks and conquering a wide variety of trails without feeling overwhelmed when things get steep. 27. 5-inch wheels roll over roots, rocks, and techy trail sections with poise and stability. Equipped with 125mm of rear VPP travel and optimized for a 130mm front fork, the 5010 embodies the purest definition of a do-it-all trail bike. The VPP rear suspension makes it extremely efficient without sacrificing small-bump compliance on rocky, root-infested stretches of trail. The included Fox Float CTD rear shock features Fox's signature Climb, Trail, Descend (CTD) compression settings, allowing you to customize the shock's compression to the terrain at hand. Run it wide open on burly descents, lock it out on lung-busting climbs, or leave it in Trail mode for all-around efficiency. Note that the 5010 comes with ISCG-05 tabs for chain guide use, 142mm rear axle spacing for extra stiffness out back, stealth seatpost routing for a cleaner overall look, and an English-threaded BSA 73mm bottom bracket.

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5010 Mountain Bike Frame - 2015 Orange/Lime Green, S

The Santa Cruz 5010 Mountain Bike Frame is an excellent starting point for building an all-terrain rocket for occasional XC races, multi-day backcountry missions, and even a bit of lift-serviced riding. Though this aluminum version forgoes the fancy carbon construction of its higher-priced siblings, it features Santa Cruz's butted and hydroformed tubing for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and lateral stiffness. Its 68-degree head tube angle, snappy 17-inch chainstays, and low bottom bracket contribute to its extremely agile feel, cleaning the tightest of switchbacks and conquering a wide variety of trails without feeling overwhelmed when things get steep. 27. 5-inch wheels roll over roots, rocks, and techy trail sections with poise and stability. Equipped with 125mm of rear VPP travel and optimized for a 130mm front fork, the 5010 embodies the purest definition of a do-it-all trail bike. The VPP rear suspension makes it extremely efficient without sacrificing small-bump compliance on rocky, root-infested stretches of trail. The included Fox Float CTD rear shock features Fox's signature Climb, Trail, Descend (CTD) compression settings, allowing you to customize the shock's compression to the terrain at hand. Run it wide open on burly descents, lock it out on lung-busting climbs, or leave it in Trail mode for all-around efficiency. Note that the 5010 comes with ISCG-05 tabs for chain guide use, 142mm rear axle spacing for extra stiffness out back, stealth seatpost routing for a cleaner overall look, and an English-threaded BSA 73mm bottom bracket.

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5010 Mountain Bike Frame - 2015 Orange/Lime Green - Monarch RT, S

The Santa Cruz 5010 Mountain Bike Frame is an excellent starting point for building an all-terrain rocket for occasional XC races, multi-day backcountry missions, and even a bit of lift-serviced riding. Though this aluminum version forgoes the fancy carbon construction of its higher-priced siblings, it features Santa Cruz's butted and hydroformed tubing for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and lateral stiffness. Its 68-degree head tube angle, snappy 17-inch chainstays, and low bottom bracket contribute to its extremely agile feel, cleaning the tightest of switchbacks and conquering a wide variety of trails without feeling overwhelmed when things get steep. 27. 5-inch wheels roll over roots, rocks, and techy trail sections with poise and stability. Equipped with 125mm of rear VPP travel and optimized for a 130mm front fork, the 5010 embodies the purest definition of a do-it-all trail bike. The VPP rear suspension makes it extremely efficient without sacrificing small-bump compliance on rocky, root-infested stretches of trail. The included Fox Float CTD rear shock features Fox's signature Climb, Trail, Descend (CTD) compression settings, allowing you to customize the shock's compression to the terrain at hand. Run it wide open on burly descents, lock it out on lung-busting climbs, or leave it in Trail mode for all-around efficiency. Note that the 5010 comes with ISCG-05 tabs for chain guide use, 142mm rear axle spacing for extra stiffness out back, stealth seatpost routing for a cleaner overall look, and an English-threaded BSA 73mm bottom bracket.

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Outpost Seat Pack & Dry Bag Black, One Size

Not quite falling into the category of pannier or backpack, the Blackburn Outpost Seat Pack & Dry Bag sits in a class of its own, relying on a functional seatpost-mount design that includes a waterproof dry bag to keep your bikepacking or commuting essentials safe from the elements. Daisy chain loops along the outside of the bag help you corral extra lights and other gear while the entire design sits cleanly below your saddle and out of the way of your frame. Please note that the Outpost Seat Pack is not recommended for use with carbon seatposts.

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5010 Mountain Bike Frame - 2015 Satin Black/White - Monarch RT, S

The Santa Cruz 5010 Mountain Bike Frame is an excellent starting point for building an all-terrain rocket for occasional XC races, multi-day backcountry missions, and even a bit of lift-serviced riding. Though this aluminum version forgoes the fancy carbon construction of its higher-priced siblings, it features Santa Cruz's butted and hydroformed tubing for an ideal mix of lightweight performance and lateral stiffness. Its 68-degree head tube angle, snappy 17-inch chainstays, and low bottom bracket contribute to its extremely agile feel, cleaning the tightest of switchbacks and conquering a wide variety of trails without feeling overwhelmed when things get steep. 27. 5-inch wheels roll over roots, rocks, and techy trail sections with poise and stability. Equipped with 125mm of rear VPP travel and optimized for a 130mm front fork, the 5010 embodies the purest definition of a do-it-all trail bike. The VPP rear suspension makes it extremely efficient without sacrificing small-bump compliance on rocky, root-infested stretches of trail. The included Fox Float CTD rear shock features Fox's signature Climb, Trail, Descend (CTD) compression settings, allowing you to customize the shock's compression to the terrain at hand. Run it wide open on burly descents, lock it out on lung-busting climbs, or leave it in Trail mode for all-around efficiency. Note that the 5010 comes with ISCG-05 tabs for chain guide use, 142mm rear axle spacing for extra stiffness out back, stealth seatpost routing for a cleaner overall look, and an English-threaded BSA 73mm bottom bracket.

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