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Kinekt isolation seat post

Cirrus Cycles Kinekt Seat Post: Checkpoint

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 […]

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Good Vibrations

Editor’s Note: We at Riding Gravel are pleased to present another post  from our contributor, John Ingham Good Vibrations- by John Ingham [adrotate group=”1″] 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 […]

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Checkpoint: Cirrus Cycles Body Float

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 […]

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Fresh Gravel: Cirrus Cycles BodyFloat

<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, […]

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