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    Who pitched their seatpost QR?

    Looks great. Works great. Friends and family love touching it. But I don't need it. And a bolt-on provides a touch more security (figure if someone is going to steel a seatpost on an Ibis they're probably going to take the whole darn bike, huh?) Scot mentioned they have a bolt-on 34.9 ID seatpost clamp for about $10 or so.

    I notice it is not straight on the lower edge where it clamps to the seattube. Kind of a wavy design.

    Who uses a bolt-on seatpost clamp? Where'd you get it?

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    nah, I like being able to drop the seat as I turn downhill.

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    I normally use a bolt-on an all my bikes, but this QR is so well designed and doesn't get in the way, so I am leaving it on. It is a work of art and very finger friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ51
    I normally use a bolt-on an all my bikes, but this QR is so well designed and doesn't get in the way, so I am leaving it on. It is a work of art and very finger friendly.
    I may leave it, too. It is nice. I rarely drop my seat, though. It is artsty thanks to Roxy!

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