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A transformational experience.
No more problems with getting the wrong seatpost or needing another one when you change the type of saddle you use – it now takes 30 seconds to transform your seatpost from zero setback to 25 mm. And the best news is that despite the double functionality, the Zero25 is even lighter than our previous seatpost.
The Zero25 is compatible with any type of rails – from round to all oval shaped carbon rails.
Zero25 Pro has an alloy pillar and comes in two diameters: 27.2 mm and 31.6 mm, and one length: 350 mm.
- Shaft material: Carbon fiber.
- Head material: Al-Alloy.
- Set back: 0 / 25.
- Length: 350mm.
- Uni-direction matte black finish.
- Diameter: 27.2mm / 31.6mm.
- Claimed weight: 215g (27.2mm).
Other styles of this product are available.
Our Price $167.30
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You'll regret it!
I use 3T seatposts, bars, and stems on all my bikes and have been completely satisfied until now. This seatpost is the absolute worst. I have tried and tried to re-adjust and toque the saddle. The clamp will not hold the saddle angle. If you are considering this seatpost, don't do it!
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