Cinelli reveals Neos seatpost with new clamp design

Cinelli revamps seatpost with new one-bolt design

by David Arthur @davearthur   November 19, 2012  

Cinelli have released final photos of their brand new Neos seatpost, which uses a brand new clamp design.

The one-bolt seatpost uses a 4-Elements clamp design that is claimed to distribute pressure evenly along the rails to reduce stress on this component. The clamping system acts simultaneously on the four elements of the clamp and reduces the torque required to secure the saddle firmly in place. It also allows for much easier adjustments.

This new clamp design is offered in two versions, the carbon fibre Neos and the aluminium Dinamo. The Neos uses a 3D forged 7050 alloy body reinforced with hi-mod carbon fibre, and the clamp parts are forged 6061 T6 aluminium. Weight is a claimed 250g for the 27.2mm version, with a 350mm length. It’ll be offered in 31.6mm too and the clamp provides 15mm offset.

No word on pricing or availability yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

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Looks very similar to Ritchey's existing design in their stubby / seat mast caps for ISP frames.

posted by sorebones [132 posts]
19th November 2012 - 15:27


And to the Bontrager on my Trek...

posted by pirnie [221 posts]
19th November 2012 - 17:57


And Specialized Pave . . .

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posted by pedalpowerDC [306 posts]
19th November 2012 - 18:12


And that ancient old thing on my shopper etc

posted by mattsccm [316 posts]
19th November 2012 - 18:51


Hmm… not sure it look that like a Ritchey Stubby

Spcialized Pave Clamp? Well it's a single bolt barrel design that's trying to do much the same thing, but it doesn't look that similar to me

The Madone in the office has Trek's latest single bolt clamp… nope doesn't look like the Cinelli either - basically the two outer clmping bits are a different shape

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posted by Tony Farrelly [4201 posts]
19th November 2012 - 19:23


and none of the silly splines that the 3t one has Smile

still on the 3rd switch-back of Bwlch !

posted by therevokid [925 posts]
19th November 2012 - 22:02


Looks like the one used by enve as well

posted by TheDoctor [145 posts]
19th November 2012 - 22:29


I bet it's just as fiddly as all the rest to change your damn saddle. I'll be more excited when someone develops a clamp that can be used with just 2 hands.

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posted by mr-andrew [303 posts]
19th November 2012 - 22:31


Also looks similar to the 3t palladio, albeit without the spines.

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posted by Raleigh [1734 posts]
20th November 2012 - 10:05


It looks like a seat post - am I missing something?

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posted by andylul [418 posts]
21st November 2012 - 10:20