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Bicycle Shock Absorber

Annoying bumps and vibrations plague all cyclists, the Rinsten Spring is a revolutionary bicycle shock absorber that offers the rider unbeaten comfort during cycling. The innovative solution is basically a shock-absorbing seat post that easily installs under the seat of practically any bicycle and absorbs shocks in three dimensions. The clever system damps vertical impacts and vibrations and adjusts to pelvis bending during cycling, this allows you to apply less effort when riding and avoid injuries. watch the video below

Learn more from Rinsten, or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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LUCRA LC470

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