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Types of Seatposts

The bicycle seatposts or saddle pins are the pipes that stretch upwards from the bicycle structure to the saddle. The length of seatposts that elongate out of the frame can normally be modified, and there is normally a mark that symbolizes the least inclusion. While there are any number of post diameters out there, most advanced road and MTB bike frames allow a Seatpost of either 27.2mm in diameter. You can buy a Seatpost from Specialized, RockShox, Zipp, Crankbrothers, DT Swiss.

Dropper Seatpost

A Dropper Seatpost, commonly assigned to as a dropper, is a replacement for your bicycles seat post and permits for swift alteration of saddle elevation without asking you to get off your bike or even stop moving. Most Dropper Seatpost work through cable actuation, although there are a few electric/wireless posts. They are one of the most beneficial rises you can make to any bike. The impressive on the fly modification you can make to the height of your seat will have you searching why you didnt buy a dropper post years ago.

Suspension Seatpost

Suspension Seatpost can increase comfort in the saddle, even out uneven and rough ground, and even help limit back injuries. The Suspension Seatpost is not anything new. There have been several contraptions to hang and cushion bike saddles since the start of cycling. A Suspension Seatpost benefits by enabling a rider to sit more on long drawn rugged rides, preserving energy. The Thudbuster is best. Well meriting it if you oftentimes drive very hard or rooty and cant sustain a full suspension.

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