At the cross roads I thought, “Huh. I could go a bit farther and drop down this winding canyon connector road.” OK, why not? And this rambling continued, even when the road choices kept coming along and even when I knew the conditions would be much more than any road bike would be comfortable in.
PRO Bike Gear introduced a number of new components and accessories for gravel and all-road bikes today at the Eurobike trade show in Germany. Highlights include a new 27.2mm dropper post, new carbon handlebars and seatposts, and an off-road version of the popular Stealth saddle.
I believe the Kinekt post was an essential component to my DKXL finish, and it performed flawlessly throughout the event. The post let me stay seated through a wider range of conditions and substantially muted the vibration and bumps reaching my posterior.
Redshift Sports Debuts ShockStop Seat Post- by Guitar Ted Readers may recall our reviews of the ShockStop Stem here and how we liked the vibration managing component. It is a really good way to tune out some of the “paint shaker” effect one might experience on gravel roads. While that covers you up front, Redshift […]
Guitar Ted introduced you to the new Kinekt isolation seat post from Cirrus Cycles back in late-February (click here to revisit that post). Now that we’ve been able to get some miles in on our respective posts, it’s a good time to share our thoughts on the Kinekt’s performance. Since Guitar Ted did an excellent […]
Cirrus Cycles Kinekt Seat Post: Getting Rolling – by Guitar Ted Here at Riding Gravel we have focused a few reviews on components that provide more comfort and control for riders traversing rough, uneven, or rocky roads. One of those components is the suspension seat post from Cirrus Cycles. Formerly known as the Body Float […]