Stay in the Saddle to Ride Harder, Faster for Longer!
The Body Float 2.1 suspension seatpost from Kinekt is a system that’s mounted with springs that are fitted beneath the saddle of your electric bike, it corresponds to every model. It equally serves for a more urban and road use. The system absorbs the vibrations and shocks, as well as the resulting discomfort that all cyclists experience. Thanks to the Body Float, you will be able to travel on any road, regardless of its state, without feeling the usual fatigue. Bike rides have never been so comfortable and efficient!
All Kinekt seatposts are made of a high strength aluminum alloy. The springs are interchangeable, depending on the cyclist’s weight and driving style. There is an easy access to the adjustment knob. The vertical movement can go up to 38mm (35mm for LR and XR size).
Once you have chosen the appropriate model, you will only need to adjust the spring tension, so as to create a stable, efficient and comfortable seat that will suit you.
Size. Length 420mm:
- Small, for cyclists weighing between 45 to 68 kg (100-150lbs)
- Medium, for cyclists weighing between 68 to 90 kg (150-200lbs)
- Large, for cyclists weighing between 90 to 113 kg (200-250lbs)
- Extra-Large, for cyclists weighing between 113-136 kg (250-300lbs)
Size. Lenght 350mm:
- LR, for cyclists weighing between 36-82 kg (80-180lbs)
- XR, for cyclists weighing between 82-145kg (180-320lbs)
*A note for e-bike riders: If you are choosing a Kinekt suspension seatpost for an e-bike, we recommend choosing the LR for riders under 68 kg (150lbs) and going with the XR for riders over 68 kg (150lbs), to accommodate the in-saddle riding style and weight distribution that e-bikes produce.
Body Float was designed and developed by an American bike specialist, Paul Barkley, during a stay in Africa, where he had to travel by bike over long distances and on very rough roads. Since 2011, Body Float is manufactured by Cirrus Cycles, Inc. The company was established to use the patent and it is located in Bellingham, Washington.
Interested in trying a Kinekt Bodyfloat? Visit Quantum to test it on your favorite eBike.