Gravity Bikes Gap Seatpost

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Gravity Gap Seatpost. Seatposts. The new gap seatpost joins the gap stem, and provides a more economical, but still plenty tough, match for mid level bikes. Features: ?Zero setback for maximum strength-to-weight ?1-piece mast and head is super durable ?3-D forged + CNC machined ....

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My first gap jumps today- they rocked!

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Freewheel body, gap with Sram cassette

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11 year brain gap in MTB wheel and QR specs...plz straighten me out

[FONT=arial]Hi, My new 2015 27.5 MTB Giant XTC hardtail will have a 15mm thru axle front, and old-school QR in back, 135mm. is where I need some education. I ordered a new wheelset Stans ZTR Crest with 15mm front, and what they say is a 135mm/10mm rear QR. The options were (a) [CO ... Read More »

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