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yet another suspension seatpin

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Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 4368
Location: metro-motown-area

4/10/18 7:15 AM

yet another suspension seatpin

i like it, looks simple and elegant. other parallelogram designs <a href= target=_blank>look much klunkier</a> and that pivotless specialized design <a href= target=_blank>just looks fugly</a>.

still a bit portly @ ~500g, though -- they should look into a spring made of Ti or even some sort of composite.

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Andrew Lee
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 83
Location: Anchorage

4/11/18 4:25 PM

Have you seen the Ergon? It's the most elegant looking one. Downside might be durability and thus safety (don't want broken carbon up my a$$) because it's intended for road only. I'd be tempted to put it on my hardtail otherwise. There are knockoffs on ebay too, though they are even sketchier.

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Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 1619

4/11/18 9:03 PM

Looks interesting, looks like it isn't for sale in N. America.

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Brian Nystrom
Joined: 26 Jan 2004
Posts: 4303
Location: Nashua, NH

4/12/18 7:12 AM

There are plenty of places...

...where you can buy one and have it shipped here. The biggest downside to the Ergon post is the price.

As for the Redshift post, they're planning a carbon version of their stem, so they'll probably do the same with the post at some point, which should bring the weight down.

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