We're sure that by the point you reached this page, you've spent multiple seasons refining your time trial position on the bike. And, over the course of this trial and error, you've realized that the more forward your position is on the bike, the more efficient your ride becomes. However, the governing bodies that be have placed uncompromising restrictions on your saddle position, which is why Profile Design created the Fast Forward Seatpost to skirt around the rules. The Fast Forward Carbon (FFC) features a 38mm offset, meaning that it moves your riding position 38mm forward. So, for a real world example, the FFC will make a 73 degree seat tube angle more like a 78 degree seat tube angle. Accordingly, you're able to achieve a more forward position, limiting the required stretch that's necessary for the TT body position. Additionally, it creates a direct drive of power to the cranks, while reducing pressure and stress to the perineum region. For the construction, Profile Design employed a multi-directional carbon fiber in order to maintain a low overall weight (210 grams in a 27. 2mm size) and to assist in vibration absorption. And for durability, Profile built the head of the FFC from forged 6061-T6 aluminum. The Profile Design Fast Forward Carbon Seatpost is available in the color Black and in both 27. 2 and 31. 6mm diameters. Please note that this seatpost features 300mm length and a 38mm offset.
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