Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Seatpost height

If the collar on your dropper post is slammed against the seatpost clamp, I'm going to assume you're either on the wrong size frame or you have no idea how to find proper seat height.


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or you are like me with short ass legs and a long torso.

Anonymous said...

Or your sponsor opened up tooling on a carbon frame with too short of a top tube.

Anonymous said...

So if I want to put a 150mm drop reverb on a frame where the original 125mm had over an inch clearance above collar I should buy smaller frame?

Anonymous said...

Moronic. Your new stickers are painfully true. Team Robot does suck.

lock'em up larry said...

any santa cruz rider should know all about that being you have to ride a frame 2 sizes bigger to get a proper top tube length..too bad all those companies are going to try to milk their carbon molds from 2013 for a few more years being that they were outdated 6months after the bikes were released..

DCamp said...

what about the jabroni running mavic tires? lol

durka said...

This photo just shows that the post has too much travel. 4" is the most anyone needs.

RUTH! said...

YEAH!!!

Anonymous said...

Or maybe it's one of those situations where the seatpost is at the exact right height, and the collar just happens to butt up against the seat tube. Stranger things have happened...

Anonymous said...

Or maybe it is set in a photogenic position?

Ben Furbee said...

I bring you

http://ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb9453431/p4pb9453431.jpg

The Sternbergler

Anonymous said...

And here's Porter... http://www.vitalmtb.com/photos/features/Pro-Bike-Check-Eric-Porters-Diamondback-Mission-Pro,8220/Slideshow,0/bturman,109

Ben Furbee said...

^
HOW COULD YOU LET THIS HAPPEN LYLE THOMAS?!

PRKT said...

^^^ He runs his fork backwards too. He's beyond help-able.