The Respond seatpost is part of the new Respond DH/AM group. Designed for riders wanting big hit performance at All Mountain weights. The Respond seatpost is engineered to offer an optimal combination of strength, stiffness, and weight at an attractive price point.
RaceFace Respond Seatpost Features:
CNC machined from 6061 aluminium, the upper seatpost head is incredibly strong while keeping weight at a respectable level.
Proven dual bolt, multi-adjustable head design.
The lower seatpost head is integrated into the tube for increased strength.
Tube: Manufactured from 2014 aluminium, the seatpost tube is shot peened for high impact strength & fatigue resistance.
Our 3D forging process maximizes the strength to weight ratio of the seat tube.
Built for: AM/DH/FR
Weight: 290g (27.2mm)
Colour: Bad Ass Black
Buy RaceFace Respond Seatpost from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KurvZ Great Seat post
With this being highly reduced it gave me the opportunity to upgrade from my inline post , and im glad I did this post is easy to set up get the saddle in your desired position , its a little heavier that what I have replaced , but not much in it at all .
Raceface quality for a bargain ..
02 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent Seatpost - Great Design
No regrets. Very easy to adjust. You can also use biggest multi-tool you have to adjust without fouling or scraping the seat post. I can't think of any other post that betters it!
Get one. You won't regret it.
28 October 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous used to have the diabolus on my old frame but i cut it too short to be of any use on the new one :(
bought this instead cause its a bit lighter, i didntneed one as tought as the diabolus and this is about half the price of the diabous!
at 350mm its long enough for me to be able to actually pedal to places on a 14" frame and the seat clamping system is the don! so secure and easy to adjust the angle of the seat, it is creeking at the moment but i'm not sure whether it's because of the seatpost clamp of the seatpost though???
graphics are slick rick as well
23 January 2012