PRO Koryak Adjustable Seatpost

PRO Koryak Adjustable Seatpost
PRO Koryak Adjustable Seatpost
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Koryak Adjustable Seatpost by PRO
You're tired of playing catch up after every elevation change as your dropper-riding compatriots speed ahead while you're left fumbling with a quick-release and pondering the correct saddle height for the next set of trails. As soon as the PRO Koryak Adjustable Seatpost you ordered after the most recent lung-searing interval session arrives, you'll be back in the pack with on-the-fly seatpost adjustability to adapt instantly to changes in the trail. Its aluminum construction and cable actuation blend perfectly on your frame with clean internal routing and a price tag that leaves some cash left over for snacks at the post-ride taqueria run.

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SKU: PRS003H
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