Every monarch needs a throne, and what better platform to rule your trail kingdom from than the Race Face Turbine Seatpost' While the name comes back unchanged from last year, the Turbine has actually been totally reimagined, from the materials to the clamp design, so it's basically an entirely new post. Race Face switched the old 7050 alloy out for a stronger and lighter 2014-series aluminum alloy, and introduced an entirely new clamp design, called Hunter. It provides 18 degrees of angle adjustment and easy installation, so you can switch saddles without having to take the clamp apart, which is a major hassle common to many other clamps.
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