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Alloy - $219.99
Carbon - $319.99

Extend Your Ride, With More Compliance

These posts make great enhancements to gravel or mixed surface bikes by reducing the chatter transmitted from the surface to the rider and can be tuned to rider weight through a simple elastomer change. #5 elastomer comes pre-installed, other weight elastomers sold separately.

  • Bolt-on compliance: Up to 35mm of travel to add comfort and compliance on gravel and mixed-surface rides without adding unnecessary weight to the bike.
  • Parallel-linkage design: Parallel linkage technology stays in the direct path of the natural travel of the rear wheel. As a bump lifts the back of the bicycle, the rear wheel pushes up and forward into the rider.
  • Easy elastomer change: The eeSilk+ seatpost can be tuned for different rider weights and riding styles by selecting the elastomer that best fits rider needs and preferences.

Technical Specifications

Additional information


Carbon Fiber, or Aluminum


Forged and machined aluminum arms


Stainless Steel solid pins with IGUS Bushings


#5 elastomer comes pre-installed from factory. Other weight elastomers sold separately




362mm (eesilk+ Carbon)
387mm (eeSilk+)


373g eeSilk+ 27.2., 378g eeSilk+ 31.6
323g eeSilk+ Carbon 27.2, 333g eeSilk+ Carbon 31.6

Max Rider Weight




Minimum Extension


Maximum Extension


Front Clamp Bolt

Stainless Steel 10mm bolt, eeSilk+
Titanium Thumb Wheel, eeSilk+ Carbon

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Reed Mann

Design Engineer
Name: Reed Mann
Position: Design Engineer
Year started: 2022
Best part of being a part of the Cane Creek family:  It’s very refreshing to work for a small, tight-knit company where we all share the same passions and to develop new products that make cycling better for everyone.
What you’ll find me doing on the weekends: Obviously riding bikes, but also wrenching on bikes or cars, exploring the mountains, and watching F1 races.
How I got here (at Cane Creek): Feeling pretty unfulfilled with a corporate engineering job, I happened to see that Cane Creek was hiring. I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands dirty working on the latest bike tech and was fortunate enough to be offered the position.