Make sure you have a minimum of 4” (101mm) between the top of your frame’s collar and the rails of your seat.
Measure the entire length of your current seatpost, from seat rails to bottom of post in millimeters. Select the Kinekt Seatpost length that best matches. Our aluminum seatposts comes in 350mm or 420mm. Our carbon post is available in 330mm or 380mm lengths.
It’s easy to tune a Kinekt Seatpost to your weight and riding style. The seat post comes with 2 installed springs (1 upper, 1 lower) and 2 additional springs. They’re easy to swap. Use the chart match spring combinations to your preferred ride. Try multiple combinations to get it just right. There’s also an adjuster on the seat post for fine tuning.
LR seaports come with Black/Black springs installed.
XR seaports come with Black/Yellow springs installed.
Carbon and Aluminum seat posts are available with either the LR or XR spring system.
Determine the diameter of your seatpost. The diameter is usually marked on the post (if not, you’ll have to measure the diameter in millimeters). Probably the easiest way to find the diameter of your seatpost is to find your bike online and check the specs.
NOTE: You will need a caliper to measure accurately. A tape measure will not work.
Kinekt Seatposts come in 4 sizes: 25.4mm, 27.2mm, 30.9mm, and 31.6mm.
Note: If your bike requires a different diameter, select a 27.2mm Kinekt Seatpost, and then order the correct shim for your bike. Sold seperatley.