Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon One-Bolt Seatpost

3.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $267.49


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Product Description

Finish off your dream build with the Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon One-Bolt Seatpost. This 30mm-offset post will look just right on your new ride. RitcheyAAAs one-bolt Sidebinder technology allows fore / aft and tilt adjustments to be made by loosening just a single bolt.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by iamrobot a Cross Country Rider from Austin, TX

Date Reviewed: February 19, 2012

Strengths:    Very light. Comfy--noticeably more comfortable than the alloy post that came stock with my bike. Does not slip. Easy to assemble (unless you're ham-fisted).

Weaknesses:    Price

Bottom Line:   
This thing rocks.
It's comfortable.
It's almost as light as the german posts I don't have access to (and absolutely can't afford).
Carbon assembly everything and use a torque wrench and it won't slip. I've tried to get it to budge, but can't. I ride technical trail, and honk like crazy on the climbs, and still, it won't slip.
Hasn't broken yet.

If you've got the moneyz for it, I highly recommend this post. I wouldn't let the single bolt scare you. It works better than any other single bolt (carbon) post I've used, but is lighter.

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Favorite Trail:   Thumper

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   Thomson, Easton EC70 singlebolt (constantly loosens), Specialized Alloy post (similar one bolt design, and nice stock post), USE (slips, hastle).

Bike Setup:   29 hardtail. I'm at 160 #

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Duvers a Racer from Ione, CA

Date Reviewed: July 15, 2010

Strengths:    Lightweight and looks nice.

Weaknesses:    SLIPS!!! The single bolt design does not hold the mountain bike seat. I've tried everything including over-torquing it and gluing it with silicone. Tried the stuff for carbon fiber parts. Keeps tipping backward when I hit the bumps.

Bottom Line:   
Wouldn't recommend for mountain biking. Not worth getting a nice seatpost if you can't count on it to stay in position. It's tipped backward on me several times now, and I've found no solution. Don't purchase unless you have the time and inclination to be stopping at the side of the trail and tilting it back forward everytime you hit a bump.

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Favorite Trail:   Downieville trails

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $200.00

Purchased At:   Ebay

Similar Products Used:   OEM Seatposts.

Bike Setup:   Gary Fisher Paragon

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by bobbob a Cross Country Rider from Mt Tamborine

Date Reviewed: July 4, 2010

Strengths:    Strong, light, easy to set up, does not move, pefect match for WCS saddle, looks good and provides comfort.

Weaknesses:    Retail price

Bottom Line:   
The best pillar I have come accross at a ridiculous retail price.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $80.00

Purchased At:   Imported from Taiwan

Similar Products Used:   EC90, WCS, Selcof carbon (junk as it has a short perch to sit the saddle on), Truvative alloy, Ritchey alloy...

Bike Setup:   MacMahone Sword Single Speed (a probematic bit that rides okay). WTB hubs with Stan's Alpine rims, Oro Puro brakes, WCS and Superlogic stem, bars, seat pillar, ATACs and saddle and Fox float 100mm.

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