Cane Creek eeSilk Gravel Seatpost (Black) (20mm Travel) (27.2mm) (375mm)

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Cane Creek eeSilk Gravel Seatpost (Black) (20mm Travel) (27.2mm) (375mm)
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Price: $219.99

Diameter | Length:

  • 27.2mm | 375mm
  • 31.6mm | 375mm
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The Cane Creek eeSilk Aluminumn Seatpost is the perfect wallet-friendly option for riders looking to extend their ride. It offers 20mm of vertical compliance to improve control on rough surfaces and reduce fatigue on long rides.


  • Comparable in weight to traditional rigid performance seatposts while offering 20mm of vertical compliance, with 8mm offset
  • Reduces fatigue on long rides and improves control on rough surfaces or gravel
  • Pedal to saddle distance remains nearly constant through travel
  • Medium elastomer spring rate installed [150-210lb (68-95kg) rider]
  • Cane Creek seatpost shims are available in multiple sizes
  • Maximum rider weight: 250lbs/113kg
Diameter: 27.2, 31.6mm
Length: 375mm
Travel: 20mm
Material: Aluminum
Color: Black
Weight: 343g (27.2mm), 360g (31.6mm) 

This product was added to our catalog on March 23, 2021

Verified Owner
Thursday, Jul 21 2022 (4 weeks ago)
Cane Creek eeSilk Gravel Seatpost (Black) (20mm Travel) (27.2mm) (375mm)
I'm very pleased with the comfort this provides. I've tried out 7 saddles in the last year and with all I had a fair amount of discomfort on long rides (50+ miles). So far this has improved my comfort level in a more significant way than any of the recent saddles I've tried.

However, I don't like the way one adjusts saddle tilt with this seatpost clamp. The front bolt is only adjustable from the top with a 10mm wrench., i.e. between the saddle and the seatpost where it's almost entirely inaccessible. With my current saddle, (a Brooks b17) I have to pry up the side of the saddle to attempt to get a wrench in there. If I'm lucky enough to grab it, I can only get a quarter turn at a time because the saddle rails get in the way.

The back bolt is a more reasonable downward facing 4mm hex bolt, but I somehow managed to strip immediately. Fortunately it's a common bolt that I was able to pick up at the hardware store.

As long as I never have to adjust the saddle again I'll be happy, but I'm not looking to the inevitable time that I will have to reach that top facing bolt. So close to a great product, but that was a really poor design decision.