Climax Carbon Seatpost

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Garret C
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Location: Ireland

by Garret C

I took delivery of this seatpost today:
http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Climax-Gloss-3K- ... 1e6d7a8fbb" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Must say I'm very happy with the build quality and the weight. Weighs in at 135g on my scales. The question is will it survive my 80kgs. Anyone else used one of these?

Garret C
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by Garret C

I guess thats a no then :cry:

Asymptotic
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Location: North Adelaide, South Australia

by Asymptotic

Actually have been eyeing off these for a while, but in 34.9mm. Have had some bad experiences with Chinese handlebars and stems, so I'm being a bit cautious.

Tell you what, you can be my guinea pig :beerchug: - if you don't break it in a month i'll buy one as well :wink:
Norwood & Adelaide Uni CC

Garret C
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by Garret C

Lol I give it a go so and report back :thumbup:

Garret C
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by Garret C

Got a chance to fit and take the new post out for a spin. Rode 105km over pretty mixed terrain and road surfaces some very bad. The post performed very well and didn't spontaneous combust, very happy with my purchase so far....! :thumbup:

AaronT
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by AaronT

That's real light! I could probably cut that down below 100g for my bike. I need setback though.
ross wrote:At first you were like hurr. And then you derped

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