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Old 08-20-19, 05:09 PM
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Originally Posted by masi61 View Post
The seatpost was the biggest factor in making this bike functional. I wish I had more inside the frame but unfortunately this (330mm) post is at the limit line. The part inside the frame does go just beyond the top tube, thank God. The Ritchey post has some patented “Flexlogic” innovation which makes it act as a bit of a shock absorber. I believe I can feel this little bit of compliance.
Isn't the usual wisdom to have at least another diameter's worth of the seatpost below the bottom of the top tube?
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