$61.00 - $69.99
There are a few things that matter most in a downhill/freeride seatpost: strength, durability and adjustability. TruVativ's Holzfeller, made with a tough 3D forged 7050 aluminum shaft and a wide range of adjustment options, has you covered in all these areas — plus stylish graphics set it apart from the crowd. It features a two-bolt clamp with a wide range of tilt adjustments, so whatever terrain you ride, and whatever the seat tube angle on your bike, you can dial in Holzfeller for the ideal performance and fit.
Thomson's Elite Seatpost is perhaps one of the most recognizable bicycle components in the world and it has earned its reputation as a super-strong, light and reliable beauty. With roots in the aerospace industry, Thomson builds the post with a tough and light 7000-series aluminum body, an elliptical extrusion that adds strength and stiffness, and a head and seat clamp forged and machined from a block of aluminum to eliminate any possible weak areas. Plus, its simple-to-use 2-bolt seat clamp allows speedy, infinite and secure seat angle adjustment from minus 5 degrees to plus 29 degrees. Upgrade your favorite ride to a Thomson seatpost and start riding in style.
- Forged aluminum - 7/8-inch seat-clamp diameter - 165 grams
$5.99 - $14.99
• Steel • Polished-chrome finish • 7/8-inch seat-clamp diameter
The Salsa Guide Carbon Seatpost is lightweight, durable, and supportive when you need it most. - Carbon shaft - Bonded Aluminum two-bolt head
$26.99 - $39.99
Origin-8's Pro Fit Alloy Seat Post is made of light and durable forged aluminum that's been anodized and laser etched for a custom look. It also features an adjustable 2-bolt clamp that holds fast and lets you easily dial in your seat position. And, this fine post comes in a variety of diameters to fit almost any bike.
$18.99 - $19.99
Kalloy's 602 seatpost comes in a wide variety of diameters to fit most frames. Simple, sturdy, and lightweight, the 602 makes a great replacement seatpost.
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