There are a few suspension seat posts on the market and Path Less Pedaled looks at two of the more popular ones, Kinekt vs Redshift, in their latest video…
RedShift’s ShockStop suspension seatpost was designed and engineered for gravel and all-road bikes, particularly for those longer rides or races where rough roads can do damage to your rear end, thanks to their patent-pending ShockStop system which provides 35mm of tunable suspension travel. Check out more information at RedShift.
-35mm of active suspension travel
-Infinitely adjustable preload stiffness adjustment
-Swappable springs included for different rider weights
-Optimized linkage geometry provides ultra-responsive suspension
-27.2mm x 350mm length (shims available to fit larger seat tube sizes)
Are you a roadie looking to get dirtier on your rides? Or a mountain biker that loves your Pivot and would like to take on some challenging gravel rides? Or perhaps you are just tired of your clapped out all-road bike? Redshift and Pivot worked on a kick-ass giveaway where you can enter for a chance to win this $8k Redshift Sports edition Pivot Vault gravel bike. All you have to do is head over to Redshift to sign up! The giveaway sign up ends June 5th so get on it!
For fans of the Redshift suspension stem, the company just jettisoned their ShockStop Suspension Seatpost onto Kickstarter, where it already has an impressive backing. Head on over to read all about it.