Interbike 2011: KS Seatposts 3

The KS LEV Integra boasts up to 6" of adjustment, and it's all tucked away neatly in the frame. Impressive.

Need to service your post? No problem. KS thought ahead on this one.

We tried to wiggle the saddle side-to-side. The KS system is solid. There was no play.

Dial in your saddle angle with the micro-adust seat clamp.

KS uses braided hose for durability and longevity, plus it looks good.

The KS LEV comes in 27.2, 30.9 and 31.6mm sizes.

On the LEV, the cable is fixed to the bottom half of the post, which doesn't move. Say goodbye to kinked cables. The connection point is rotatable 360 degrees to work with any frame or seatpost collar.

It's possible to replace an ODI Grip locking collar with the trigger.

Simple. Clean. Effective.

The barrel adjust on the LEV is located along the top-tube for easy access.

Brian Lopes is a believer in the new KS posts. So are we. Keep an eye on <a href="http://www.kssuspension.com/" target="_blank"><b><font color="#ffff00">www.kssuspension.com</font></b></a> for more details.

Are you a fan of height-adjustable seatposts? You should be. Here's an overview of the new LEV and LEV Integra posts from KS (Kind Shock), both of which Vital MTB gives our stamp of approval for being ahead of the game.
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3 comments
  • Mudstud

    9/22/2011 1:27 AM

    The sweetest thing about KS is that they offer a lot of variety in their line-up:
    You get their posts not only in 30.9mm and 31.6mm diameters, but also in 27.2mm - great for all owners of slightly older frames (including me).
    And you have the choice for I-beam or conventional clamp styles and straight or offset heads of their posts. Thumbs up for that!
    Oh, and did I mention their color options?

  • NorCalNomad

    9/21/2011 2:19 PM

    Damn looks like KS is really leading in the innovations. Love the ODI lever clamp design, one of those "why hasn't that been thought of yet?" ideas.

  • iceman2058

    9/21/2011 10:19 AM

    Dropper posts are really starting to come along nicely. Pretty soon, we'll all have one that works perfectly.

    Looks like KS sure put a lot of thought into this one.