Product DescriptionPro's XCR Seatpost boasts the strength, stiffness, lightness and beauty of monocoque-carbon construction so it'll add a touch of class to any bicycle. This trick post is also internally ovalized for maximum pedaling efficiency. And, it has a secure and easy-to-adjust aluminum 2-bolt seat clamp.
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