Cane Creek Thudbuster ST Seatpost

Cane Creek Thudbuster ST Seatpost
Cane Creek Thudbuster ST Seatpost
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Thudbuster ST Seatpost by Cane Creek
Gravel bikes are fast becoming favorite toys in the Competitive office, anda"as with our pure road and off-road bikesa"we like to ride them fast. That means that we spend a lot of time hovering over the saddle in order to keep pedaling through rougher sections of poorly graded b-roads, but Cane Creek's Thudbuster ST Seatpost addresses those things that go bump on the bike. The Thudbuster's short travel isn't noticeable while spinning on smooth tarmac, but when the going gets gravelly its 1. 3in of four-bar travel kick in to keep rough terrain from kicking back. It effectively smooths the ride so you can stay planted in the saddle while pedaling across gravel, and the added cushion effectively expands the list of terrain types that a gravel bike can tackle.

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