Seat post rack with dual attachment points to provide unequaled strength and stability.
Seatpost and saddle compatibility
Classic Brooks saddles B17 and some models from Selle Anatomica
The challenge with some of the classic Brooks saddles such as the B17 and some models from Selle Anatomica is the large width between the seat rails.
We’ve solved this with an adaptor that is much wider at the quick release point, where it attaches to the seat rails. Buy the wide adaptor here.
The adaptor can be positioned vertically along the upper back part of the seat rails, or horizontally and closer to the seat post for when riders want to position the saddle further back (in the direction of the rear wheel.).
- Carbon Seat Post Compatible: Yes
- Aero Seat Post Compatible: No
- Carbon Seat Rails Compatible: Not recommended
- Suspension Seat Post Compatible: No
- Saddles equipped with coil springs: No
Carbon Seat Post Compatible: Yes
Minimum clearance required between the seat rails and the top of the bicycle seat tube is 4 inches (10cm) for the short setup and 7 inches (18 cm) for the long setup.
If the seat rails of your saddle are more than 3.5 inches (89mm) apart, you will need the wide rails adapter available in our accessories.
Maximum Load: 6 kg (13 lbs)
Weight: 495 g
– Fits most bikes with regular saddles
– Exceptional lateral stability (compared to regular beam racks)
– Ideal for any top rack trunk bag
– Gentle on seat rails and seat post
– Outer frame is made of 10mm diameter aluminum tubing
– Seat rails bracket is made of virtually unbreakable reinforced nylon
– Santoprene seat post bracket acts like a shock absorber to dampen the shocks from rough road conditions
– Ethically made in Asia