does anyone know the make of this seatpost ?
thanks loads, wanna get one, they look so good !
Anyone have any ideas? It looks lush.
miche supertype 27.2 in silver
america is good
Exactly the same thread title asking about exactly the same seatpost.
the merge queen™ has spoketh
I prefer to think of you as a mad submarine commander.
or this bloke
A slight derail from the miche question, but it's got the best title, and there isn't actually a dedicated "seatpost thread".
I'm after a seatpost:
I like the adaptability of the thomson's, and want something with a decent clamp, but I'd rather not have a thomson.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Easton's and USE seem to be well recommended.
This Zipp one seems like a fairly good deal
like this? > http://www.planet-x-bikes.co.uk/i/q/SPFSSLK/fsa-sl_k-carbon-seatpost
There's loads of RaceFace posts on clearance at the mo. I rate RaceFace stuff.
Oooh... the FSA one's look pretty close to the mark.
I'm usually a bit snobby about their stuff tho. If I was after a inline post, I'd definitely get one, but the offset one only has one bolt...hmmm
One bolt seatposts are fine. A bit more faff to set-up. But how often do you move it?
If you want a great clamp, and clever engineering look to syntace.
Cheers for the tips.
It's silly, but I had a really cheap shit seatpost before...and it was shit at holding the position.
My beater's got a carbon one but with this style:
It doesn't have proper adjustablility, where as the thomson-like 2-bolt systems seem to work well. So for that reason I'm weary of anything with only one bolt.
I have never found a one bolt post that could work for my 14 stone bulk.
Also make sure the 2 bolts are fore and aft, not side by side. It amazes me that the bolts can be put at the fulcrum point on some posts.
Got to say, my uncle john had a Planet X Superlight on it, and I thought that was good all round, plus they're only £20. If I was after a cheap post it'd probably be my first choice.
has exactly the type of clamp you're talking about dj.
and it's quite a nice shape.
But I'm looking for something a bit nicer this time.
KCNC SC Pro-lite.
Light, set-back, cheap, nice clamp.
£70-100 isn't cheap!
But yes, it does look like a good option, and definitive looks good.
it's all relative, when you are a multi millionaire £70 is cheap. And I've heard Smallfurry is quite the snow magnate.
I saw it for 65 notes. Cheap for the quality, strength, and weight.
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