Flybikes Short Seatpost

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Flybikes Short 25.4 Seatpost is a strong yet simple postThat features a low profile design with large splines. IncludesTwo lower guts for more angle positions SeatpostType: BMX Clamp Style: Standard Rails Published Weight: 147.4 g Length: 110 mm Material: Aluminum Seatpost Diameter: 25.4 mm

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