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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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Palladio Limited Seatpost Gloss Black, 31.6mm/280mm

Stop making compromises and see what happens when the 25mm-offset, carbon fiber 3T Palladio Limited Seatpost locks your saddle angle down to a half-degree. You know your saddle has a sweet spot, and the Paladino helps you find it and keep it there thanks to its DiffLock adjusting mechanism, which utilizes an inner and outer cog to provide micro adjustments. Since the bolts and saddle rails never touch, the odds of it loosening are very slim and therefore doesn't require superhuman torque to attachWith the DiffLock technology the post cannot buck riders because the cogs are locked into place until you take it apartA 25mm-offset design matches taller riders or riders that want a bigger cockpit for easier climbingThe Palladio Limited fits only seatposts with seven millimeter round rails

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Palladio Limited Seatpost

Stop making compromises and see what happens when the 25mm-offset, carbon fiber 3T Palladio Limited Seatpost locks your saddle angle down to a half-degree. You know your saddle has a sweet spot, and the Paladino helps you find it and keep it there thanks to its DiffLock adjusting mechanism, which utilizes an inner and outer cog to provide micro adjustments. Since the bolts and saddle rails never touch, the odds of it loosening are very slim and therefore doesn't require superhuman torque to attachWith the DiffLock technology the post cannot buck riders because the cogs are locked into place until you take it apartA 25mm-offset design matches taller riders or riders that want a bigger cockpit for easier climbingThe Palladio Limited fits only seatposts with seven millimeter round rails

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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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Elite Seatpost Black, 31.6/410mm

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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2014 LEV Dropper Seatpost Black, 31.6/435/150mm

The KS LEV Dropper Seatpost is widely regarded as one of the most desirable dropper posts on the market. Aside from the legendary reliability, the comfortable actuator lever and 150mm stroke option have made this post a favorite of aggressive riders everywhere. The LEV is prized for, among other things, the fixed cable box at the lower collar. The upshot is that you achieve a fixed cable position, which simplifies cable routing, and reduces the chance of your cable loop getting caught up in your suspension linkage. The cable on the LEV is a composite version, which saves a handful of grams over the traditional cable used on the rest of KS's line of posts. Further aiding the cable routing, you're able to adjust the orientation of the cable box independently of the post's rotation. This routing method is more user friendly than the stealth routing that's become popular, while also being compatible with a number of frames that simply don't allow for stealth routing in the first place.One of the immediately recognizable traits of the LEV is that the saddle is fixed in place, unlike many other posts that have a small degree of play out of the box. This is because the LEV is held in place by a one-way roller bearing, which clamps the inner post tight. Atop the inner-post, you'll find a micro-adjust, zero-offset head with a weight-saving carbon fiber clamp, which allows for perfect saddle setup.Among the well-considered details that set the LEV apart, one of our favorites is the handlebar mounted remote. Unassuming as it may be, this miniscule engineering marvel feels great in the hand, and is a snap to operate. It's designed to stand in place of the inner clamp on an ODI lock-on grip, should you choose. And because the lever is basically a knot of carbon fiber, it isn't adorned with the sharp edges that can turn other actuator levers into flesh-hungry blades in the event of a crash.The KS LEV Dropper Seatpost is available in either a 30. 9, or 31. 6mm diameter, and...

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LEV DX Dropper Seatpost Black/Silver, 31.6/435/150mm

The KS LEV DX Dropper Seatpost is a more cost effective version of the LEV that sacrifices none of the legendary performance. While it gives up the flashier actuator lever, the remainder is essentially the same, making it a perfect option for those who can deal with a few added grams when it keeps a few dollars in their pockets. The LEV is prized for, among other things, the fixed cable box at the lower collar. The upshot is that you achieve a fixed cable position, which simplifies cable routing, and reduces the chance of your cable loop getting caught up in your suspension linkage. Further aiding the cable routing, you're able to adjust the orientation of the cable box independently of the post's rotation. This routing method is more user friendly than the stealth routing that's become popular, while also being compatible with a number of frames that simply don't allow for stealth routing in the first place.One of the immediately recognizable traits of the LEV is that the saddle is fixed in place, unlike many other posts that have a small degree of play out of the box. This is because the LEV is held in place by a one-way roller bearing, which clamps the inner post tight. Atop the inner-post, you'll find a micro-adjust, zero-offset head allows for perfect saddle setup.Among the well-considered details that set the LEV apart, one of our favorites is the handlebar mounted remote. Unassuming as it may be, this miniscule engineering marvel feels great in the hand, and is a snap to operate. It's designed to stand in place of the inner clamp on an ODI lock-on grip, should you choose. The DX forgoes the hinged clamp and carbon lever on the LEV in favor of an aluminum version, but like its composite sibling, it isn't adorned with the sharp edges that can turn other actuator levers into flesh-hungry blades in the event of a crash.The KS LEV DX Dropper Seatpost is available in either a 30. 9, or 31. 6mm diameter, and in three travel options, from 100mm, to 150mm.

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Elite Seatpost Black, 31.6/367mm

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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Gobi M1 Saddle - 7x9 Carbon Braided Rails Black/Black/Black, One Size

We consider the Gobi to be a mountain-friendly cross between the Arione and Aliante saddles with regards to shape. It features a somewhat flat profile with WingFlex technology like the Arione. The shell has tines, like a comb, which are suspended in place by an injected elastomer, creating controlled flex. Likewise, the TailFlex works the same way. These flex zones are designed to give more than solid plastic, and as a pattern of use emerges, the sections soften to yield to your body. The rest of the nylon shell is reinforced with carbon fiber to give it enough extra strength and stiffness to shed any extra grams. All Gobi is constructed using Fizik's Spine Concept design to mold the saddle into what it calls the "Chameleon" family. This group of saddles was developed to accommodate cyclists who fall in the middle of Fizik's flexibility scale, which is a gauge of your spine's flexibility and the pressures that correlate with it. For the Chameleon collection, this means providing you with support directly under both the sit bones and genital area. The rails of the M1 were constructed from braided carbon-fiber and then wrapped with another layer of carbon fiber cloth for even greater durability, as well as to produce a roughened surface for secure clamping. Another design feature for adding strength to the rails is the fact that they're oval -- 9mm tall by 7mm wide -- which also means that they're compatible with virtually any vertically-clamping seatpost interface. The carbon rails net you approximately 80 grams of saved weight over the Kium alloy-railed M3 version. The Microtex covering provides just enough traction for your rear to be able to stay planted when you're digging hard on the pedals up rough climbs, but the slick finish on the thigh glides won't keep you from being able to shift yourself fore and aft on the saddle when you need to find the right weight balance.

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Arione R3 Saddle - 7x9 Carbon Braided Rails Anthracite/Black/Red, One Size

The new Fizik Arione R3 Braided Carbon Rails Saddle doesn't get the full-carbon shell or chassis of the more expensive R1 or 00 Ariones, but it still offers the same superb comfort that more flexible riders have come to expect from the Arione name. Not able to easily touch your toes? We'd recommend the Antares or Aliante saddles, but for the limber among us who spend a lot of time down in the drops, the Arione is the way to go. Again, rather than the carbon-intensive shells of its more expensive siblings, the R3's thermoplastic composite shell is reinforced with fiberglass in the rear portion where your sit bones reside. It's a touch heavier, but just as accommodating, with similar flex properties. This provides a solid seating platform where it's necessary, and not where it isn't. Surrounding, and in-between those pieces, is the highly flexible thermoplastic. This forms what Fi'z:k calls Wing Flex. Wing Flex allows riders of varying pelvis and thigh shapes to find a comfortable position on the Arione R3 for a nearly custom fit. It also assures that pedaling is as nonrestrictive as possible. Finishing off the construction, the shell has been covered with a Microtex fabric that's durable and easy to clean. This Arione R3 uses Fizik's braided carbon rails that measure 7mm x 9mm, making them compatible with the vast majority of seatpost clamp interfaces.

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Arione R3 Saddle - 7x9 Carbon Braided Rails

The new Fizik Arione R3 Braided Carbon Rails Saddle doesn't get the full-carbon shell or chassis of the more expensive R1 or 00 Ariones, but it still offers the same superb comfort that more flexible riders have come to expect from the Arione name. Not able to easily touch your toes? We'd recommend the Antares or Aliante saddles, but for the limber among us who spend a lot of time down in the drops, the Arione is the way to go. Again, rather than the carbon-intensive shells of its more expensive siblings, the R3's thermoplastic composite shell is reinforced with fiberglass in the rear portion where your sit bones reside. It's a touch heavier, but just as accommodating, with similar flex properties. This provides a solid seating platform where it's necessary, and not where it isn't. Surrounding, and in-between those pieces, is the highly flexible thermoplastic. This forms what Fi'z:k calls Wing Flex. Wing Flex allows riders of varying pelvis and thigh shapes to find a comfortable position on the Arione R3 for a nearly custom fit. It also assures that pedaling is as nonrestrictive as possible. Finishing off the construction, the shell has been covered with a Microtex fabric that's durable and easy to clean. This Arione R3 uses Fizik's braided carbon rails that measure 7mm x 9mm, making them compatible with the vast majority of seatpost clamp interfaces.

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Gobi M1 Saddle - 7x9 Carbon Braided Rails

We consider the Gobi to be a mountain-friendly cross between the Arione and Aliante saddles with regards to shape. It features a somewhat flat profile with WingFlex technology like the Arione. The shell has tines, like a comb, which are suspended in place by an injected elastomer, creating controlled flex. Likewise, the TailFlex works the same way. These flex zones are designed to give more than solid plastic, and as a pattern of use emerges, the sections soften to yield to your body. The rest of the nylon shell is reinforced with carbon fiber to give it enough extra strength and stiffness to shed any extra grams. All Gobi is constructed using Fizik's Spine Concept design to mold the saddle into what it calls the "Chameleon" family. This group of saddles was developed to accommodate cyclists who fall in the middle of Fizik's flexibility scale, which is a gauge of your spine's flexibility and the pressures that correlate with it. For the Chameleon collection, this means providing you with support directly under both the sit bones and genital area. The rails of the M1 were constructed from braided carbon-fiber and then wrapped with another layer of carbon fiber cloth for even greater durability, as well as to produce a roughened surface for secure clamping. Another design feature for adding strength to the rails is the fact that they're oval -- 9mm tall by 7mm wide -- which also means that they're compatible with virtually any vertically-clamping seatpost interface. The carbon rails net you approximately 80 grams of saved weight over the Kium alloy-railed M3 version. The Microtex covering provides just enough traction for your rear to be able to stay planted when you're digging hard on the pedals up rough climbs, but the slick finish on the thigh glides won't keep you from being able to shift yourself fore and aft on the saddle when you need to find the right weight balance.

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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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Elite Setback Seatpost Silver, 27.2/250

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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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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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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Elite Seatpost Black, 27.2/250mm

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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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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Elite Seatpost Silver, 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 Setback Seatpost Silver, 27.2/330

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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