Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bikes: Co-Motion Mocha, Trek T100, Schwinn Fastback Comp, Specialized Stumpjumper
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Sure, two posts and saddles is the best answer.
Changing the elastomer before the ride would be too much work for me, might take you 5 minutes, but seems like too much hasstle. If you don't get two posts, find a compromise, but favor the heavier rider, a seat post that is too bouncy (with a lighter elastomer) is very anoying, while a seat post that is too stiff only goes in the direction of no suspension, and there are plenty of stokers who choose not to have suspension at all.