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New seatpost by Crank Brothers :: Kronolog 
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Look sgood actually! Wonder if this is a turning point maybe...?

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Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:41 am
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Does it raise and lower itself?

Then I'd say yes.

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Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:06 am
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When will it be available. I was going to get Kind but this looks as good or better.

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Strongly looking at a telecopic post this year. Makes so much sense for ON riding. Curious about the Specialized mech option, heard a few riders were giving them a go at the WC this weekend to get through the traverse.

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Whynot wrote:
Strongly looking at a telecopic post this year. Makes so much sense for ON riding. Curious about the Specialized mech option, heard a few riders were giving them a go at the WC this weekend to get through the traverse.


I am a fan of the Specialized design, though it is one of the heavier options. The locking collet design on the Specialized will always give you a choice of which saddle height to use, even if the pneumatic assembly fails. You just have to move the saddle position by hand. The idea of sitting on a hydraulic lockout makes me weary.

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