Azonic Seat Post Seatpost

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MSRP : $49.99

Product Description

The Azonic HD1 seatpost is a strong and durable postThat features a stiff one-piece design, with a double bolt clamp for easier adjustment. New one-piece design Double bolt clamp design Laser etched graphics and height increments Length: 410mm Weight on 26.8mm: 303g

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