Product DescriptionImagine if Robert Mangold and Eames teamed up to design a seatpost -- the result would look a great deal like the Enve Zero Setback Seatpost. Its sleek, minimal design hides a subtle sophistication that begs to be admired and needs to be mounted. Renowned for its accelerated advancements in carbon engineering, Enve has created the Golden Triangle of seatposts; stellar aesthetics, uncompromising rigidity, and superb vibration dampening.The Enve Zero Setback Seatpost is molded from one piece of carbon fiber. The streamlined design provides a stiff lightweight seatpost that's as suited to the dirt as it is for the road. The Zero Setback boasts an alarmingly low 190 gram weight (31.6mm model), and a recessed single-bolt design that permits one-handed adjustments. The cradle provides plenty of room for fore, aft, and angular saddle adjustments. The Enve Zero Setback Seatpost is available in a 400mm length, and in four sizes from 27.2mm to 34.9mm. The Zero Setback is available in the color Black, and includes hardware for use with standard rails as well as oversized carbon rails. Every Zero Setback Seatpost is handmade in the USA.
There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review
Related Carbon Forum Posts
I have bought several used carbon frame mountain bikes in the past and never had an issue with the frames. With that being said I am looking at getting a carbon scalpel and I have read several people on here have had frame issues with these bikes...should I not consider a used scalpel carbon given ... Read More »
i am new to specialized and have been searching for options to change the rear shock. i can't find any precise answer pertaining to this model with 7.75x1.9 brain shock. would appreciate if someone could tell me if fox rp23s or RockShox monarch plus rc3 without any modification can fit into my bik ... Read More »
Hmmmm - for the heck of it, I threw back on the wheel set that came with my Pivot Mach 429 Carbon. The wheels are DTSwiss XR400 with DTSwiss 350 hubs. Tires were Hans Dampf front, and Racing Ralph rear, run tubeless, and inflated to 25 front, 30 rear. Weight with tires about 1440 grams. I have two ... Read More »
I was looking to buy a new mtn bike +/- $4,000 and narrowed it down to Lapierre and Orbea. All of a sudden I have the option of buying what I consider an incredible bike from the owner of an LBS. He is selling on of his own personal bikes. It is a Yeti AS-R C with: [LIST] [*]custom paint scheme [ ... Read More »
I have had some really bad creaking noise coming from what I believe is the bottom bracket. I have taken the crank off twice, torqued and greased everything. Still creaks. I heard from another thread that this could mean my derailleur hanger is loose, saddle loose, frame cracked, or, among other th ... Read More »