Bicycle Mechanics - Infinitely adjustable seatposts?
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02-22-12, 07:06 AM
Do Easton's EA50 or EA70 two bolt seatposts have infinitely adjustable angle or do they have steps in the wedge like the cheap seatpost on my Trek 7300? I find myself wanting an adjustment halfway between the steps. My 4.5 Madone is infinitely adjustable and a small ajustment has made a major difference in comfort.
02-22-12, 07:51 AM
That is the point of having two bolts. The one bolt design is "simpler" (read cheaper to make) but requires serrations to hold it in place securely.
02-22-12, 09:48 AM
Both the EA50 (I have them on two bikes) and the EA70 have two-bolt "infinite" saddle tilt adjustments and are easy to set exactly where you want them. These are good value and well made.
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