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  • By Nick Legan
  • Published Sep. 6, 2011
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Easton's EA50 seatpost comes in an offset and zero-offset option. This should help shops and consumers make changes to bikes for fit reasons without breaking the bank. Photo: Nick Legan © VeloNews

Easton’s EA50 seatpost comes in an offset and zero-offset option. This should help shops and consumers make changes to bikes for fit reasons without breaking the bank. Photo: Nick Legan © VeloNews

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