Chaka Ping wrote:
I'd be a bit embarassed to buy one, tbh.
Strange to ride a push bike for hours over extreme terrain, but be too lazy to use a quick release.
Anyway, I only drop my saddle for extremely steep bits now (and I don't ride many of those!). I find it's useful to have the saddle between my thighs on regular descents as it provides more control of the bike - and you've still got the seat for any unexpected pedally bits.
roll straight in. Rather than stand around dropping saddle's while peering over the edge and letting THE FEAR creep in...
i do like the idear of it, i must admit. but..are they heavy? and ive got a stumpy fsr pro..and you cant lower the post much at all..so does it go in on its self..if you catch my drift?!??!?!