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A Favorite Of Road & Cyclocross Pros Alike
Zipp's Carbon SL Speed Seatpost has become a favorite of road and cyclocross pros because of its light weight and dependability.
Engineers used SRAM's Exogram™ technology to make the tube as lightweight as possible and optimized the clamping system for adjustability, security, and ease of use.
What's more, the SL Speed is available in a 400mm length to accommodate road bikes with compact frame geometry.
Available in 0mm or 20mm setback options.
- Updated distinctive Zipp cosmetics
- Designed using SRAM Exogram™ technology
- 27.2, and 31.6mm in 400mm length
- Matte Black finish
- Post Diameter: 27.2mm or 31.6mm
- Offset, Setback: 0mm, 20mm
- Post Length: 400mm
- Material: Unidirectional Carbon
- Hardware: Steel
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Comfortable and easy to adjust
East Bay, SF
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.
I was hesitant to get a straight seat post without a setback since tests have shown that a setback provides more comfort from the road vibrations. I really couldn't tell the difference between this post and the setback post I had before. So no regrets
Making seat adjustments is easy since you only have one screw to loosen and tighten.
The two things that I have a problem with is the Torx screw head! Why not keep it Hex so I don't have to carry an extra tool. The other thing is...the seat seams to tilt if the screw isn't really tight. I don't have a torque wrench but I did tighten it pretty hard with the wrench they provided...yet the seat still seems to tilt a little when I hit bumps. I'm afraid to break the screw if I tighten it anymore.
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