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FSA Metropolis Seatpost
$54.99
FSA's Metropolis seatpost is CNC machined from AL6069 aluminum and features a forged alloy single-bolt head with chromoly hardware. Simple and elegant, this seatpost gets the job done weighing a scant 257 grams.
FSA SL-K Seatpost
$90.99
FSA's SL-K Seatpost is lighter and stiffer than ever! Using a UD carbon shaft with a bonded alloy head and a sophisticated MTC clamp design, FSA has achieved what they believe is the finest seat post yet. - UD Carbon shaft, 2-bolt SBS alloy head, and chromoly hardware - Min. Height: 40mm - SB0 = 0mm offset - SB20 = 20mm offset
Specialized S-Works Transition Carbon Seatpost
$146.00 - $200.00
Light, aerodynamic, high-tech and comfortable, Specialized's S-Works Transition Carbon Seatpost is made especially for Specialized's Transition bicycles. It's built of Specialized's FACT carbon for a feathery weight and impressive strength. Plus, the post features a reversible head assembly that gives you two setback options to choose from. The Transition seatpost comes in a Zero Setback (100mm – 150mm); a Standard Setback (160mm – 210mm); and a Team Setback (200mm – 225mm).
Specialized Shiv Carbon Seatpost
$146.00
Specialized's Shiv Carbon Seatpost is crafted from Specialized's FACT carbon for a premium blend of ultra lightness, outstanding power transfer and vibration damping. And, its single-bolt clamp holds fast and makes seat adjustments easy. The Shiv Carbon Seatpost only fits Specialized Shiv bicycles.
Specialized S-Works SL Pavé Carbon Seatpost
$155.00
The more comfortable you are, the more you'll ride. That's what the Specialized S-Works SL Pave Carbon Seatpost is all about. To make it all happen, this great post fights bumps and vibrations two ways. First, it's made of Specialized's FACT 3k SL carbon, which takes the edge off rough roads thanks to its natural damping characteristics. And second, its Zertz elastomer insert damps vibrations for increased comfort. This lightweight post allows you to fine-tune your saddle position with a single-bolt adjustable head and two setback options.
Profile Design Fast Forward Carbon
$179.99 - $190.99
Gold standard carbon seatpost for converting road bike frame geometry into a more aggressive aero position. Profile's Fast Forward Carbon Seatpost effectively changes a 73-degree seat tube angle to 78 degrees and moves your saddle forward up to 38mm. Made with multi-layer, multi-directional carbon weave, the Fast Forward is super light, too. Plus, its double-bolt micro-adjustable clamp is easy to use and super secure.
Specialized S-Works SL Carbon 2-Bolt Seatpost
$180.00
Light and stiff, Specialized's S-Works SL Carbon 2-Bolt Seatpost is the perfect complement to your thoroughbred racing steed. It's crafted from Specialized's FACT carbon for a premium blend of ultra lightness, outstanding power transfer and vibration damping. And, its 2-bolt clamp with carbon cradle holds fast and makes seat adjustments easy.
Specialized Command Post IR
$198.00 - $216.00
On every trail, whether littered with technical descents, grinding climbs, or smooth rolling sections, Specialized's Command Post IR lets you get that saddle down and out of the way and attack! With hidden internal cable routing, it controls your seat height with the flick of a handlebar-mounted lever so you can maintain your flow at all times. There are three positions to choose from: up for climbing; down for jumping and steep descents; and a middle height when you need to pedal, but you want a lower center of gravity and extra maneuverability too. The seatpost is sealed for reliability, and is controlled by a standard derailleur cable and housing.
Specialized Command Post XCP
$270.00 - $450.00
For XC riders who refuses to compromise, Specialized's Command Post XCP maximizes your position on the bike no matter the terrain. With hidden internal cable routing, this lightweight FACT carbon dropper post controls your seat height with the flick of a handlebar-mounted lever so you can maintain your flow at all times. There are two positions to choose from: up for climbing and 35mm lower for any tricky parts. The seatpost is sealed for reliability, and is controlled by a standard derailleur cable and housing.
Specialized Command Post BlackLite
$275.00
On every trail, whether littered with technical descents, grinding climbs, or smooth rolling sections, Specialized's Command Post BlackLite lets you attack. It controls your seat height with the flick of a handlebar-mounted lever so you can maintain your flow at all times. There are three positions to choose from: up for climbing; down for jumping and steep descents; and a middle height when you need to pedal, but you want extra maneuverability too. The seatpost is sealed for reliability, and is controlled by a standard derailleur cable.
Specialized Command Post IRCC
$350.00
Specialized's Command Post IRCC, offers Cruiser Control technology. With ten micro-adjust positions, you'll always be able to find just the right saddle height for descending like Gwin or climbing like Sauser. - Patented mechanical locking system with the addition of Cruiser Control Technology. - Cruiser Control technology features added positions in the cruiser control range. - Bonded lightweight aluminum micro-adjustable “alien” style head. - Dual-keyway system eliminates saddle wiggle. - Energized triple-lip wiper prevents contamination. - Durable zero-gap, dual-lip x-ring internal seal ensures long-term durability. - Ships with SRL and grip mounted lever.
RockShox Reverb Adjustable Seatpost
$400.00
On leg-burning climbs, crazy fast descents and rolling technical terrain, RockShox's Reverb dropper post enables you to attack the trails like never before. Just hit the hydraulic remote lever for 100–125mm of infinitely adjustable up-and-down saddle movement without ever slowing down! The return speed is easily adjustable by turning a dial on the remote while the triple-lipped sealing system and sealed hydraulic hose keep dirt out for clean, consistent operation. There's also an included collar that limits travel to a preferred height setting. So go ahead and drop your seat a couple of inches for that 30-foot technical section, raise it for that long climb then lower it all the way and get back for that steep descent, without losing your flow.
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