MTB. Seatposts.

Too high or too low - the right height of your seatpost is decisive for power transfer to the pedals. That’s why it’s really important that you can adjust the seatpost to suit your body height. There are three types of seatpost: classic, sprung and the dropper seatpost. XLC offers several models of each type of seatpost. 

The dropper seatpost in particular is gaining in popularity and nowadays MTB sport is unthinkable without it. Thanks to the hydropneumatic system and a remote control attached to the handlebar, the seat height can be adjusted while riding. That means you don’t have to get off on a steep downhill slope to lower the saddle. SLC Dropper seatposts are the perfect upgrade for your mountain bike. Trekkers are also starting to fit their bikes with telescope seatposts because at the press of a button you can lower the saddle for easy dismounting.

Too high or too low - the right height of your seatpost is decisive for power transfer to the pedals. That’s why it’s really important that you can adjust the seatpost to suit your body height.... Read more »
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Too high or too low - the right height of your seatpost is decisive for power transfer to the pedals. That’s why it’s really important that you can adjust the seatpost to suit your body height. There are three types of seatpost: classic, sprung and the dropper seatpost. XLC offers several models of each type of seatpost. 

The dropper seatpost in particular is gaining in popularity and nowadays MTB sport is unthinkable without it. Thanks to the hydropneumatic system and a remote control attached to the handlebar, the seat height can be adjusted while riding. That means you don’t have to get off on a steep downhill slope to lower the saddle. SLC Dropper seatposts are the perfect upgrade for your mountain bike. Trekkers are also starting to fit their bikes with telescope seatposts because at the press of a button you can lower the saddle for easy dismounting.

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