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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    The new Paul Components Seatpost QR is available in an array of colors. The first product Paul Components released back in 1989 was a seat post quick release. Soon after they launched QR axles for wheels. In the intervening years, both these product lines were discontinued - until now. The...
  2. Components, Wrenching
    Venerable brand manages to succeed where others have failed with monorail design One of the age-old quandaries of the gram counting weight weenie is finding the lightest and most comfortable seatpost and saddle combination. With so many different posts and saddles on the market these days...
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    First look at the Ergon SRX3 cyclocross-specific saddle. © Cyclocross Magazine Ergon, the German grip manufacturer turned accessory giant, has introduced a cyclocross-specific saddle, due to hit stores in February. The SXR3 has a long and wide profile nose for extended red-zone efforts...
  4. Components, Wrenching
    A year after winning a Eurobike design award for its innovative road/cyclocross suspension seatpost, Ergon has expanded the line to include a setback version. The new CF3 Pro Carbon Setback seatpost has 25mm of setback, which can be reduced to 13mm by flipping the FlipHead. Like its...
  5. General Cycling Discussion
    NeilPryde introduce the 78° Alize SL TT seat post: a full-carbon, super-light seat post designed to enable a 78° seat angle. The seat post can be combined with the Alize to achieve a Triathlon/TT specific bike fit. This positions Alize as a perfect bike for those partaking in both road races...
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