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.
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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 […]
Editor’s Note: We at Riding Gravel are pleased to present another post from our contributor, John Ingham Good Vibrations- by John Ingham When a former colleague asked me what I had been doing in retirement, I confessed to cycling and racing on gravel roads. He replied, “Sounds terrible!” He imagined, I suppose, bone-rattling vibration and […]
It’s been about three months since the last installment of our test of the Body Float suspension seatpost from Cirrus Cycles, but in this case, no news is good news. In fact, we held off on our final review so we could try it on a few different bikes, with different saddles, and simply get more miles […]
Cirrus Cycles Body Float Suspension Seatpost: Checkpoint — In the two months since we introduced you to the Body Float suspension seatpost from Cirrus Cycles, we’ve been blessed with some of the best late-fall riding in recent memory. This has given us ample time to ride the posts on a variety of bikes, in conditions including gravel […]
<Back to News Home | Suspension seatposts were a hot item in the late-1990s and early-2000s, particularly with mountain bike riders looking to add a bit of cush to their old hardtails. Unfortunately, those early designs reflected their first-generation status, and each had flaws that hindered its ultimate performance. The earliest suspension posts were telescopic, […]