My dogs & my wife (I have no kids) have agreed to buy me a new seat post for father's day.
I am getting a Thomson. My question: Layback or straight ? Is the layback post designed to get your weight further back over the rear wheel or just stretch you out in the cockpit more ? Or both ?
I don't feel cramped at all on my bike, so I'm leaning toward the straight post. but, I sure am starting to notice more layback posts on the trails lately. Any quick advice before I grab one at my LBS ?
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