The Pin It is tough. A seatpost should be a no-nonsense, sturdy, and strong component where the only thing you have to worry about is if you have the thing set at the right height. Azonic created this seatpost with 6061 T6 forged aluminum to fit the bill. Perfect for freeride, all-mountain, and downhill endeavors.
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I've mentioned previously on a dedicated thread on the Giant sub-forum that I had the impression my bike wasn't tracking properly.
Since it's a FS Anthem X I thought it could have anything to do with the rear triangle assembly but the guys that replied said there was nothing to align on rear tri ... Read More »
I have one of the earlier Hayes Mag levers with the pressed pin, not the hex bolt using the Allen wrench. I know that that you have to use a hammer and a punch pin to remove it. I know that there is a removal tool but its costly and would be only used once which is not worth buying it. I am plan ... Read More »
2010 BIDWELL BUMP, CHICO CA. XC/Super D RACE !!! PIN IT NORCAL !! RIDE OR DIE !!
SEPTEMBER 18TH.. THE MOST TECH GNAR XC / SD RACE IN NORCAL....
LEGENDARY SUPER D RACE !! 20 MINUTES OF VOLCANIC ROCK SINGLE TRACK !! ROCK GARDENS , TIGHT , TWISTY , STEEP !!! BAD .
IF YOU DON'T RACE. YOU SHO ... Read More »
So at the start of the season(my first downhill season), I went to a shop to get some new tires on my bike. They only had 1 Minion, but they recommended a Pin'it and the shop manager told me to run a Pin'it on the front, and the Minion on the rear.
So now it's the end of the season, and I rode ... Read More »