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Nashbar Carbon Fiber Seatpost. The Nashbar Carbon Fiber Seatpost is a great way to shed some weight off your bike.

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WCS Carbon Trail Seatpost Matte Carbon, 31.6x400

The carbon Flexlogic layup used to construct the WCS Carbon Trail Seatpost was engineered for pro teams Canyon, Scott, and Stevens. According to Ritchey, the post features 15 percent more vertical compliance than its other carbon posts, with no loss of torsional stiffness. For us, this means that we receive a subtle fore/aft flex for smoothing out the bumps, without sacrificing any rigidity side-to-side. The post comes with a proprietary Link clamp that works with all standard saddle rail designs, and it also accommodates Selle Italia MonoLink saddles with a separate clamp kit adapter. The included two-bolt clamp is reversible, allowing a 10-20mm offset so that you can easily dial in a perfect fit. The WCS Carbon Trail wears a matte finish and is available in sizes 27. 2 x 350mm, 30. 9 x 400mm, and 31. 6 x 400mm.

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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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Haven Carbon Seatpost

Easton's Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is only 50 grams heavier than the brand's ultra-XC-focused EC90 Carbon Seatpost, even though the Haven is built be to mounted on long-travel, all-mountain rigs that will see far more shuttle runs than leg-searing uphill churns. If it's a head scratcher how a carbon post is fit for all-mountain fun, the secret is in the sauce. Said ingredients include not only using carbon, but knowing where to take it away. That is, Easton uses Relief Area Design, RAD for short, that pares some of the material on the back of the seatpost, leaving a lengthwise flat strip. This is where most seatpost clamps over-stress the post, especially if you apply too much force to the clamp. By flattening the rear of the post, the pinch force of the clamp is redistributed around the entire shaft, relieving any potential over-stress. Easton also builds the Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost with a TaperWall layup schedule. This determines that the shaft of the post that sits inside the seat tube is reinforced, but the exposed length is lightened to reduce weight. Of course, the seat clamp zone is also bolstered so it can handle all of the levering forces from the saddle. Additionally, TaperWall is a computer-designed system -- both the layup schedule and actual application are precisely controlled so that all plies are completely smooth and void-free. Voids and peaks and valleys in a layup create their own stress points that interrupt load forces and can later result in failures. And if all that sounds like mumbo jumbo, know that Easton backs this post with a five-year warranty. That's not mumbo jumbo at all. That's confidence. The Easton Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is 400mm in length, and is available in the sizes 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6, and in the color Matte Carbon.

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WCS Carbon LINK Seatpost

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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WCS Carbon Trail Seatpost

The carbon Flexlogic layup used to construct the WCS Carbon Trail Seatpost was engineered for pro teams Canyon, Scott, and Stevens. According to Ritchey, the post features 15 percent more vertical compliance than its other carbon posts, with no loss of torsional stiffness. For us, this means that we receive a subtle fore/aft flex for smoothing out the bumps, without sacrificing any rigidity side-to-side. The post comes with a proprietary Link clamp that works with all standard saddle rail designs, and it also accommodates Selle Italia MonoLink saddles with a separate clamp kit adapter. The included two-bolt clamp is reversible, allowing a 10-20mm offset so that you can easily dial in a perfect fit. The WCS Carbon Trail wears a matte finish and is available in sizes 27. 2 x 350mm, 30. 9 x 400mm, and 31. 6 x 400mm.

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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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Haven Carbon Seatpost Matte Carbon, 30.9

Easton's Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is only 50 grams heavier than the brand's ultra-XC-focused EC90 Carbon Seatpost, even though the Haven is built be to mounted on long-travel, all-mountain rigs that will see far more shuttle runs than leg-searing uphill churns. If it's a head scratcher how a carbon post is fit for all-mountain fun, the secret is in the sauce. Said ingredients include not only using carbon, but knowing where to take it away. That is, Easton uses Relief Area Design, RAD for short, that pares some of the material on the back of the seatpost, leaving a lengthwise flat strip. This is where most seatpost clamps over-stress the post, especially if you apply too much force to the clamp. By flattening the rear of the post, the pinch force of the clamp is redistributed around the entire shaft, relieving any potential over-stress. Easton also builds the Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost with a TaperWall layup schedule. This determines that the shaft of the post that sits inside the seat tube is reinforced, but the exposed length is lightened to reduce weight. Of course, the seat clamp zone is also bolstered so it can handle all of the levering forces from the saddle. Additionally, TaperWall is a computer-designed system -- both the layup schedule and actual application are precisely controlled so that all plies are completely smooth and void-free. Voids and peaks and valleys in a layup create their own stress points that interrupt load forces and can later result in failures. And if all that sounds like mumbo jumbo, know that Easton backs this post with a five-year warranty. That's not mumbo jumbo at all. That's confidence. The Easton Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is 400mm in length, and is available in the sizes 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6, and in the color Matte Carbon.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Haven Carbon Seatpost Matte Carbon, 31.6

Easton's Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is only 50 grams heavier than the brand's ultra-XC-focused EC90 Carbon Seatpost, even though the Haven is built be to mounted on long-travel, all-mountain rigs that will see far more shuttle runs than leg-searing uphill churns. If it's a head scratcher how a carbon post is fit for all-mountain fun, the secret is in the sauce. Said ingredients include not only using carbon, but knowing where to take it away. That is, Easton uses Relief Area Design, RAD for short, that pares some of the material on the back of the seatpost, leaving a lengthwise flat strip. This is where most seatpost clamps over-stress the post, especially if you apply too much force to the clamp. By flattening the rear of the post, the pinch force of the clamp is redistributed around the entire shaft, relieving any potential over-stress. Easton also builds the Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost with a TaperWall layup schedule. This determines that the shaft of the post that sits inside the seat tube is reinforced, but the exposed length is lightened to reduce weight. Of course, the seat clamp zone is also bolstered so it can handle all of the levering forces from the saddle. Additionally, TaperWall is a computer-designed system -- both the layup schedule and actual application are precisely controlled so that all plies are completely smooth and void-free. Voids and peaks and valleys in a layup create their own stress points that interrupt load forces and can later result in failures. And if all that sounds like mumbo jumbo, know that Easton backs this post with a five-year warranty. That's not mumbo jumbo at all. That's confidence. The Easton Haven Zero Setback Carbon Seatpost is 400mm in length, and is available in the sizes 27. 2, 30. 9, and 31. 6, and in the color Matte Carbon.

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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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Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost

To balance strength and weight, TruVativ uses a filament-wound carbon shaft that places more carbon where it increases the Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost's durability. Two bolts allow fine adjustments, and the alloy head is forged to keep gains aligned for maximum strength. This makes it ideal for cross-country racing and trail riding alike. The TruVativ Noir T30 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost is 400mm long and comes in three diameters: 27. 2, 30. 9, 31. 6mm.

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Noir T30 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost

A lightweight carbon shaft and dual-bolt alloy head let the TruVativ Noir T30 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost expertly balance strength and low-weight. The filament-wound shaft places the unidirectional carbon where reinforcement is needed most for durability. The two bolts allow fine adjustments, and the alloy head is forged to keep grains aligned for maximum strength. This makes it ideal for cross-country racing and trail riding alike. The TruVativ Noir T30 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost is 400mm long and comes in three diameters; 27. 2, 30. 9, 31. 6mm.

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Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the 25mm-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along while fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 25mm Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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Superlogic Carbon One Bolt Seatpost - 25mm Offset

With 25mm of setback, a lightweight and durable carbon monocoque construction, and a patented single bolt for all your saddle adjustments, Ritchey's Superlogic Carbon One Bolt Seatpost is ready to securely support you atop your perch. The seatpost uses Ritchey's proprietary, forged-alloy, SideBinder seat clamp to secure the saddle rails to the post. The clamp system relies on a single 5mm bolt positioned on the side of the seat clamp, with the bolt's orientation promoting easy adjustments to nose angles or rail position. Ritchey's system differs from the status quo by securing the rails from the side and bottom, rather than compressing them from the bottom and top. This reduces stress on fragile carbon rails by requiring less torque at the point of attachment. The low-profile head also allows for optimal saddle clearance, and, in conjunction with seatpost's 25mm setback, this means you'll easily be able to get your fit dialed in. The Ritchey Superlogic Carbon One Bolt Seatpost - 25mm Offset is available in a 27. 2mm diameter and in 300mm and 350mm lengths.

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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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Competitive Cyclist
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Noir T40 0mm Offset Carbon Seatpost

Tipping the scales under 230 grams, the zero degree-offset, 400mm-long Truvativ Noir T40 Carbon Seatpost is designed for cross-country racing. To achieve the perfect balance of weight and strength, filament-wound tubes and unidirectional carbon are topped off with titanium hardware. Reinforced in all the right places, the Noir T40's unidirectional butting ensures the durability that off-road racing demands. For ease of saddle adjustment, a two bolt head is used to fine tune angle along with fore and aft position. The TruVativ Noir T40 0-Offset Carbon Seatpost has a Carbon with Tungsten Grey finish and comes in three diameters; 27. 2mm, 30. 9mm, and 31. 6mm.

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SL-K Di2 Carbon Seatpost

Since the advent of Shimano's electric Di2 groupsets, we've been waiting for an easy way to hide the battery, and with the FSA SL-K Di2 seatpost, that's taken care of. By including a bonded in adaptor for Shimano's internal Di2 battery, FSA has saved you the hassle of having to run modified setups in the pursuit of the cleanest possible bike. The unidirectional carbon post is the same that's been found on the SL-K lineup for a while now, so saying it's proven is an understatement. Same goes for the alloy micro-adjust head, which makes it possible to get a perfect saddle setup, without compromises. Now you can have your perfect shifting, and the clean lines you've been missing too.

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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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