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Post Moderne's products can be divided into two primary categories,
1: Turn-key finished products designed and engineered by Post Moderne. This includes suspension forks and seatposts for the comfort trekking bikes and a range of 3D forged alloy stems and standard seatposts. These products are open-model and available to customize with customer specified graphics and finishing.
Suspension components has been a primary engineering focus since the early days of Post Moderne and our attention to product safety and manufacturing quality has resulted in an exceptional range of suspension products with class leading comfort and safety.


2: Customer designed forged alloy components. These are product designed by our OEM customers and then engineered and developed in collaboration with Post Moderne's team of mechanical and manufacturing engineers. This includes components for full suspension frames, cockpit and seatpost products as well as front suspension forks and hollow cranksets.
Materials: Post Moderne's primary expertise is in the application of the 2014, 6061 and 7075 aluminum alloys. Each alloy is carefully selected to align the physical requirements of the product with the ideal choice of manufacturing and finishing processes.
Post Moderne believes that the ideal balance of safety, lightweight and cost is achieved with alloy forged products and has chosen to continuously focus its efforts on development in these areas. Carbon fiber materials have excellent properties when matched to the correct application and properly manufactured. Post Moderne has intentionally chosen to remain focused on their core strength and reinvest in engineering and forming technologies to remain at the forefront of alloy manufacturing .