Da Bomb Bike Reach Seatpost

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Da Bomb Reach Seatpost All you need is a tool for handling the single-bolt, easy to adjust the way you want. The adjustment for the Reach is even convenient which is smooth enough. The Reach is utterly your companion on the trails. With the sand-blasting look, it presents the unique and tough image. Da Bomb Reach Seatpost Specifications: Material: 6061 aluminum Technology: N/A Length: 350 mm Off-set: 15mm Weight: 321g Buy Da Bomb Reach Seatpost from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

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