- Ritchey Comp V2 Seat Post (2-Bolt)
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|Black||300 x 27.2mm|
|Black||300 x 31.6mm|
|Black||350 x 26.8mm|
|Black||350 x 27.0mm|
|Black||400 x 27.2mm|
|Black||400 x 30.9mm|
|Black||400 x 31.4mm|
|Black||400 x 31.6mm|
Dependability, smooth infinite adjustment, elegant finish and optimal strength-to-weight ratios are the hallmarks of Ritchey seatpost design.
Top Features of the Ritchey Comp V2 Seat Post (2-Bolt)
- Two-bolt design for easy to adjust, vise-like grip
- Low profile clamp reduces stress on light rails and won't bottom out
- Strong and light 3D forged one piece construction
- Wide saddle cradle support system
- 6061 material
Even when Tom has already set the industry standard, his mind is contemplating alternative solutions and variations on his own themes. Precision forging, super-slick installation and adjustment, and distinctive looks - another classic Ritchey post.
These parts are often considered our "value" line. That's am acceptable way to think of Ritchey Comp products, but only if you consider the high-level of design sophistication and features that go into these and all Ritchey products. Ritchey Comp will get the job done, but without the compromise.
Covering the needs of the full spectrum, from elite competitors to recreational riders, are our WCS, Pro and Comp lines. As technology and materials evolve, so does our product line, allowing us to bring you lighter, stronger parts that deliver category leading performance and value, from WCS Carbon through Comp.
About Seat Posts
A good quality seat post will save weight and hold your saddle securely. Seatposts are made in various materials, alloy and carbon being the two most common, alloy posts are lightweight, durable and cost efficient, while carbon posts are the popular choice for top end machines. Seat posts vary in where they hold the saddle relative to their own centre line so make sure you have enough adjustment on your saddle rails to allow for this or you could end up with your saddle too far forwards. A seat post needs to fit your frame exactly and are measured by as little as 0.2mm. When choosing a new one, either read off the measurement from your old seat post or measure it carefully with a vernier calliper. Make sure you lubricate the frame (unless they're carbon fibre) before insertion or you'll struggle to get it out again.
About the Ritchey brand
Ritchey is well known for ingenious mountain bikes and parts, but Tom Ritchey was building world class road frames and rethinking every part of the road bike as early as 1974---long before mountain biking came along. After decades of refinement, Ritchey road components are the lightest, strongest and highest quality parts available, and race proven by top professional teams in the world's toughest pro races. Look for Ritchey components on team bikes in the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, World Championships and Spring Classics, as well as countless other races.
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There is really fine adjustment on this post. You should have no problems at all.
Simply pop down to your local plumbers' shop and ask one of the tradies to cut the post with his tube cutters. Quality tube cutters will cut stainless steel never mind the softer alloy of bicycle seat posts.
NOTE: Ensure you have marked the correct length as there will be no going back!
I am interested in purchasing the Ritchey Comp V2 Seat Post Black 400 x 31.6mm to extend the ride height of my 2010 Trek 6700 frame size 21.5". Please can you advise if the stem will fit the bike? If not please could you advise which stem size would be suitable.
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