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Ritchey Comp 2-Bolt Seatpost

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Why We Like The Comp 2-Bolt Seatpost

A good seatpost doesn't have to be expensive so that's why we fit the simple but effective Ritchey Comp 2-Bolt Seatpost to our gravel and road bikes. This relatively lightweight and inexpensive post is made of tough 6000 series aluminum to keep us up and out of trouble. The long post makes sure we can fit it in any bike and the built-in offset allows for more sizing options.

  • Seatpost made for gravel and road bikes
  • Lightweight aluminum post is strong and fits without issue
  • 400mm overall length fits just about any body size
  • 250g weight doesn't sacrifice many grams over carbon counterparts
  • 35mm offset allows for saddle and rail adjustment
  • Item #RITA0A7

3D forged 6061 alloy
27.2mm, 31.6mm
Claimed Weight
[27.2mm] 8.8oz (250g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
road cycling

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

I really dislike this seatpost

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 2"
215 lbs

There are some good things about this seatpost. It is sturdy enough for may weight, I weight over 200 lbs. It looks nice, fits well, it works well after you have the tilt dialed in. What I don't like about this seatpost is the style of the 2-bolt setup. Most 2 bolt seatposts have the bolts oriented front and back, this allows the saddle tilt to be adjusted easily. The 2 bolts on this seatpost is orientated laterally, so in my eyes it is no better than a cheap 1 bolt seatpost. Ritchey makes other 2 bolt seatposts that have the bolts orientated front and back, get one of those. I didn't purchase this seatpost from Competetive Cyclist, it came on one of my bikes.