Thomson Elite Setback Seatpost

Thomson Elite Setback Seatpost
Thomson Elite Setback Seatpost
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Elite Setback Seatpost by Thomson
For riders who prefer a bit more of a stretched-out riding position, the Thomson Elite Setback Seatpost supports your saddle so you can give the pedals your all. The Elite provides 16mm of setback in a bent shaft design. The post is engineered from once piece of machined 7000-seriess aluminum to give you a lightweight, yet highly durable design. The two-bolt saddle clamp design allows adjustability fore, aft, and up and down so that you're able to get the ideal position.

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SKU: THP0002
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