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I think you'll be fine. You might experience some slip, but not enough to cause you to come off the bike or get stuck, etc. Three reasons I'll think you'll be alright: Your tires are also made of rubber, not just metal studs and will deform while on/around the rail. This means that some portion of the rubber tire will be contacting the rail and providing ...


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The first issue with carbon rail seat posts is the lack of a standard for rail diameters. This often leads to the seat post clamp being improperly sized when compared to the saddle rail. Due to the stress riser of a seat post clamp on carbon, an ill fitting seat post clamp can contribute un-necessary stress to the carbon rails. Carbon is much more ...


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A modern saddle has a single rail on each side that starts at the nose and runs to the rear of the saddle. A single or double bolt clamp attach the saddle to the seatpost. The Brooks web site show some profile images of their saddles. The images show two rails on each side of the saddle. They merge together at the nose of the saddle. They are reputed to be ...



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