suspension seatpost — BikeRadar
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edited January 2016
Does anyone know if all seatposts with suspension on them can be adjusted for most weights of the average riders?
For example 60-100kg?
Is there a way to know how much can seatpost be adjusted for weight?
Some can, but they have little or no place on a mountain bike.
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Some can, but they have no place on a mountain bike.
Suspension posts often don't last long anyway, but they aren't really designed for the bigger hits on an MTB (used as an MTB) so they not only don't work very well (lack of progression means they often bottom out) but they don't work for very long either.
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