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  1. Misc Components
    KS showed their new LEV Ci adjustable seatpost at Eurobike's Demo Day. Kind Shock announced the release of a new carbon, cross country-focused adjustable seatpost with 65mm of drop called the KS LEV Ci at the Eurobike trade show in Freidrichschafen, Germany today. The $600 post weighs 390 grams...
  2. Misc Components
    Santa Cruz, Calif.-based X-Fusion has added an internally-routed version of the popular Hilo adjustable seatpost to their product line. The Hilo SL Strate-or SLS- moves the actuation mechanism to the bottom of the seatpost making it compatible with the growing number of bikes with internal...
  3. General Discussion
    Introduction 9point8's Pulse seatpost is a new entry into the market of on-the-fly adjustable seatposts. Selling direct to consumer, mechanically actuated, manufactured in North America, black and with a 100mm stroke; its key differentiator is that it has a lever that looks like a mini brake...
  4. Misc Components
    We have a few dropper posts in the garage so we did a little comparison on them. Dropper posts have been around for about 20 years with the original Hite Rite product sold many decades ago. The concept is make a seatpost that fully extends during climbs for proper leg extension and allow it to...
  5. Where are the Best Deals?
    Welcome to Mtbr's 2012 Holiday Gift Guide! Every year, we present some gift ideas for that special mountain biker in your life and every year the biggest complaint is that the items we suggest are too expensive. So, this year we have gathered this list of gift ideas and we start off with a few...
  6. General Discussion
    Introduction by Francis Cebedo Mtbr feels that every mountain biker should try a dropping seatpost. No other component on your bike can improve your handling and descending abilities as much as dropping seatpost will. But there are a few concerns. And the most common ones are weight, cost and...
  7. Misc Components
    Kind Shock had their new KS LEV remote cable actuated adjustable seatpost on display, and it will be available in the next couple of weeks, in lengths of 100, 125 or 150 mm, and diameters of 27.2, 30.9 and 31.6 mm for $395. They were selling a few of them at Sea Otter to a few lucky souls. The...
  8. General Discussion
    This mechanical adjustable seatpost has three positions, and uses a collet system for locking, a remote cable actuation for release, and air spring for return. The post is an upgrade of last year's Command Post, and includes innovative quick-release remote, three travel options, improved...
  9. General Discussion
    This infinitely adjustable seatpost is stupendous, with a silky-smooth stroke, and because of its unique hydraulically controlled remote handlebar lever, it has an easy to operate action, and simple installation. I abused the seatpost for four months, on every imaginable terrain possible, and...
  10. Trail Riding
    They are nice when they work.
  11. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    At the end of last year, the suspension company X-Fusion released their new 100mm-travel adjustable seatpost called the HILO or HIgh-LOw. The hydraulic seatpost is infinitely adjustable in its 100 mm range, and can be set up to be either cable actuated from a remote on the handlebar or from a...
  12. General Discussion
    Reviewed by Brian Mullin https://www.gramslightbikes.com/ I am really liking the Specialized Command Post adjustable seatpost, which uses a mechanical system with an adjustable air spring, and has three locking positions, and a simple one bolt saddle clamp that is easily to install and tune the...
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