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    Prettiest sexyeste vintage seatposts.

    syncros
    nitto ritchey
    suntour xc pro
    xtr easton
    IRD(not enough setback but YMMV)
    campy off road
    american classic
    ringle (would you trust?)
    control tech (slip slip slip)
    kore (not that vintage)


    any others?
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    Salsa Shaft
    Answer Rocker
    TNT Ti
    Race Face XY (also not that vintage)

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    Truly vintage:

    SR Laprade
    Suntour XC
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    Moots titanium (although it was a PITA to get the saddle on and off!):

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    I also liked the MRC titanium seat post, but don't have the photo of the one I just sold.
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    I'd have to say the Suntour Xc is one of the cleanest designs.
    Then the Nitto that Ritchey put his name on is one of the sexiest.
    The CBR seat posts were pretty nice too.

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    That's a pretty complete list! How about...
    WTB (I know, I know, it's a tinkered with Suntour)
    Cook Bros
    The other Italians (Campy? Sexy? I have one and it looks like a shiny finished SR Laprade...)
    Shimano (the old XTR post is beau-ti-ful)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckevlar
    The CBR seat posts were pretty nice too.
    SNAP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainlyfats
    That's a pretty complete list! How about...
    WTB (I know, I know, it's a tinkered with Suntour)
    Cook Bros
    The other Italians (Campy? Sexy? I have one and it looks like a shiny finished SR Laprade...)
    Shimano (the old XTR post is beau-ti-ful)
    i mentioned the xtr... but the easton silver one.
    there is also Dean titanium.
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    A couple illustrations!
    Ritchey (Nitto), Syncros, IRD
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    Forgot about the IRD. That has to be one of my Fav's...and it's clamping and adjustment mechanism is the grandfather to a lot of other posts that came later such as Syncros, Bontrager and countless others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    Ritchey (Nitto)
    I agree on the Ritchey seat post - one of my favorites.
    I also like Shimano's posts - both the Dura Ace and XTR.

    I've got to the point where seat posts without setbacks aren't particularly useful to me, so lots of posts look nice but don't function for me: Bontrager and Syncros are the two that really stand out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laffeaux
    I agree on the Ritchey seat post - one of my favorites.
    I also like Shimano's posts - both the Dura Ace and XTR.

    I've got to the point where seat posts without setbacks aren't particularly useful to me, so lots of posts look nice but don't function for me: Bontrager and Syncros are the two that really stand out.
    i am all for setback as well.
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    Rumpfy's right... although it kinda hurts to say that ;-)

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    Those Cunninghams look cool. How do they work, exactly? Do you reach an allen key under the seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    any others?

    A true classic that gets overlooked quite often

    "American Classic"


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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    A couple illustrations!
    Ritchey (Nitto), Syncros, IRD
    How about some pics of that raspberry Monster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting
    A true classic that gets overlooked quite often

    "American Classic"

    Also the makers of my favorite skewers ever. If anyone has any extra, let me know!

    The Monster is waiting for knobbies and considering becoming a drop bar ride. I've got some bar end shifters waiting in the wings for a proper stem and a Wood Chipper. I threw up some pics of the bike when I picked it up here:

    http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=79008
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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    Also the makers of my favorite skewers ever. If anyone has any extra, let me know!
    They are nice. I run a set on my otherwise modern roadie bike.
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    Sweet. I really like their minimalist design. I was stoked to find a set for my recent Salsa build. And I have a mismatched set that I've had since I bought it that way in 1991
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    What makes a seat post sexy? Is it the details that make a design functional yet simplistic? Light weight? Just curious. Not a loaded question.

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    Well, not sure if they're vintage...but orioncycles on ebay has some anodized Thomson stuff that looks nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrnvgtr
    What makes a seat post sexy? Is it the details that make a design functional yet simplistic? Light weight? Just curious. Not a loaded question.
    The easiest explanation is to look at this picture:

    <img src="https://www.airbomb.com/mmAIRBOMB/Images/2/medium/ST6242.jpg">

    - ugly graphics
    - ugly bend at the top (no sleek transition)
    - nothing particularly elegant

    The post likely works, but there was little thought about how it looks or functions, and a lot of thought about how to make it cheaply.

    Now think of the opposite, and there's your answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    Also the makers of my favorite skewers ever. If anyone has any extra, let me know!

    The Monster is waiting for knobbies and considering becoming a drop bar ride. I've got some bar end shifters waiting in the wings for a proper stem and a Wood Chipper. I threw up some pics of the bike when I picked it up here:

    http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=79008
    Thanks. That brings back memories. To keep with the thread mine had an American Classic on it when it disappeared.
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    Cool, glad to help a trip down memory lane. Proper seatposts in 26.4 are hard to come by!
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    True that. With the big extension I bent two or three A/C's in a season. I also broke two of the bolts. I wasn't a big fan of the product back then. I finally had a buddy press an aluminum sleeve into the last one. Only had a few rides on it before it was "liberated."
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff
    True that. With the big extension I bent two or three A/C's in a season. I also broke two of the bolts. I wasn't a big fan of the product back then. I finally had a buddy press an aluminum sleeve into the last one. Only had a few rides on it before it was "liberated."
    Seems like those American classic posts were made for display only. I bent every one i ever had. Must have been 3 or so.

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    +1 for the Race face XY, perhaps pretty is not the right word, but it's certainly cool and adjustment is sooooo easy. Anyone know why they stopped making them? Do they break?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mechagouki
    +1 for the Race face XY, perhaps pretty is not the right word, but it's certainly cool and adjustment is sooooo easy. Anyone know why they stopped making them? Do they break?

    Mine broke when the seat post tube split at the top and the machined insert that holds the seat started rotating. Happened half a block from the house. Shortest night ride ever. I loved that post though, it had the best adjustment ever.
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    Great pics you've got there Nate-y.


    Another IRD post. I can't say it's as sexy as the simplicity and lines of a Nitto/Ritchey Force post...but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting
    A true classic that gets overlooked quite often

    "American Classic"

    I agree. Very underrated.
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    And the ugliest... the TCO.

    Worst heaviest pos ever. And a lame name.

    -Schmitty-

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    Nice IRD-----and with the sexiest saddle ever. I've yet to find a perforated Flite in good shape......

    And seconded on the TCO. It's solid! I'll give it that. And definitely an encouragement in my earliest forays into after-market parts
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    Quote Originally Posted by yo-Nate-y
    Nice IRD-----and with the sexiest saddle ever. I've yet to find a perforated Flite in good shape......

    And seconded on the TCO. It's solid! I'll give it that. And definitely an encouragement in my earliest forays into after-market parts
    perforated turbo is the sexiest saddle.
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    I dunno man, there's something scandalous about exposed rails!
    But yeah, and Regals aren't bad either


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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    perforated turbo is the sexiest saddle.

    Ya, those are way up there. Or the suede counterpart to it.
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    While we're at it...NOS Suntour XC post on NOS suede Turbo saddle.



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    some strange mix

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    Quote Originally Posted by halaburt
    Rumpfy's right... although it kinda hurts to say that ;-)

    I cherish such moments.
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    That's such a sharp bike. One of my favorites.

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    More seatposts that are still in use:

    --Cunningham Big Diameter clamped to the SST98 saddle (the little hash marks on the rails are fun but this is strictly set-it-and-forget-it).

    --Rumpfy beat me with the IRD post post but here is a black one (with vintage dirt, too)

    --I use this "mystery post" on my cross bike but I have no idea what it is. Myriad adjustments, super light weight. Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobynC
    --I use this "mystery post" on my cross bike but I have no idea what it is. Myriad adjustments, super light weight. Anyone?
    Looks like a Kalloy SP-258. I picked one up as a sample at the Taipei show back in 1993 and ran it on my Xizang for years.
    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    I vote for the IRD also. Always liked the "stealth" look of that baby.

    A few in my basement: Ritchey/Nitto, early Syncros, early Thompson, early XT (steel shaft), snd gen Ringle, McMahon ti...

    but let's not forget this at-one-time "trendy" beauty...
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    KDX.. how does that shim work? i've got 2 bikes w/ odd seat tube sizes and it's a PITA to find posts.
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    The shim story: I have the correct aluminum "Tamer" shim, (I believe). But even still the seat post would slip a bit. A Salsa collar (pictured) replaced the stock IF clamp, in an attempt to stop the slide.

    If you look closely at the front of the shim, you can see a "line": it's the edge of an additional shim I made from an aluminum beer can. it goes about 1/4 of the way around the front of the post.It has a lip on top, so it wouldn't slide down.

    That did the trick. Solid as a rock now. But comes apart easily for cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDXdog

    but let's not forget this at-one-time "trendy" beauty...
    The Rock Shox post was trendy?

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    Don't scare quotes mean it wasn't
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fillet-brazed
    The Rock Shox post was trendy?
    I recall a period of a few years where several companies where putting out Sus-seatpost. They showed up at many races in New England, then soon ended up in trash cans.

    Only a few make them anymore.

    I'm sure (Fillet-brazed) has another adjective to insert for "trendy."

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    Wathca got in the box?

    The best. NOS WTB SST Ti and Torque Ti post. Doesn't break and creak like a Synchros, easier to use than a Moots. Simple, light, strong.

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    And Now for Something Completely Different

    Beauty+elegance w durability.....Eye of the beholder stuff
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    ride and smile

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    you've got 2?
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    I count 3.

    But what's with the stem cap on the canti stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechagouki
    I count 3.

    But what's with the stem cap on the canti stop?
    A brake light?

    Click on something purple and round in my posting above...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cibi
    A brake light?

    Click on something purple and round in my posting above...
    I like the coin over the hanger hole - what is that? A Pfennig? Very clean build on that bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechagouki
    I like the coin over the hanger hole - what is that? A Pfennig? Very clean build on that bike.
    clean and tasty.
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    do any of these sexy ones come in 31.8?

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    No. 31.8 wasn't even a size that was used back when the great posts were made. But there are a number of nicely machined seat post shims that may allow you to use a smaller post in a 31.8mm seat tube.
    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobynC
    --I use this "mystery post" on my cross bike but I have no idea what it is. Myriad adjustments, super light weight. Anyone?
    Made by Kalloy in Taiwan and yes very light
    Needed: 26.8mm XTR seatpost, blue GT/Grundig Jersey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gm1230126
    Looks like a Kalloy SP-258. I picked one up as a sample at the Taipei show back in 1993 and ran it on my Xizang for years.
    Just in case they missed your first reply!
    (I dig that post--got in in 3DV)
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm1230126
    No. 31.8 wasn't even a size that was used back when the great posts were made. But there are a number of nicely machined seat post shims that may allow you to use a smaller post in a 31.8mm seat tube.

    My steel Phoenix is around a 31.8 and it has a fab seatpost.


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    Not a great picture but I think this one should be in the thread:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stylus
    do any of these sexy ones come in 31.8?
    The old Syncros and American Classic both came in 31.8 as of 1994. I've had both on my 94 Slingshot and they both were great. Adjustment was easier on the Syncros. I also think the awesome "look" of the American Classic is lost when the post is that large. I think the only other good n' vintage option in that size was the WTB post for the Phoenix but good luck finding one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacdykema
    I think the only other good n' vintage option in that size was the WTB post for the Phoenix but good luck finding one of those.
    Yeah, i hear its fab i'd like one of those
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