Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon 1-Bolt Seatpost

Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon 1-Bolt Seatpost
Ritchey SuperLogic Carbon 1-Bolt Seatpost
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SuperLogic Carbon 1-Bolt Seatpost by Ritchey
There are few things we can appreciate more than a sleek, tidy cockpit on a bike, but we find that often there's one touch-point that gets neglected in the style department, and that's the seatpost. Ritchey's SuperLogic Carbon 1-Bolt Seatpost enables you to keep that seamless and clean aesthetic going with its sleek adjustment and elegant visage. It offers exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, and because of Ritchey's precise carbon layup you'll find varied flex through the post designed to provide stiff power on sprints, and vibration damping on jarring roads. Ritchey's SuperLogic line is designated for the brand's cream-of-the-crop offerings, where every gram matters, and performance is second to none.

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SKU: RITA09H
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