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The Seatpost

The seatpost. In BMX the seatpost has come in all shapes and sizes throughout the years. What once was a glorious 12″-plus long tube, often bent into laid back styles, is now a 2″ long stub, if it even exists at all. Tubing diameters  increased, then decreased once again. A comfortable place to relax in between runs has evolved into an uncomfortably low object that differentiates BMX bikes from their scooter bretheren.

It is our mission to save the seatpost from extinction, one blog at a time.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Eric permalink
    May 1, 2010 8:21 am


    I just tried to restore my Haro Master from 1985 I plan to use for transportation and commuting aroung with my daughters. Among the few parts I need to replace is the seat. I tried to think about that and discovered that nowadays BMX tends to get rid of the seat post. I felt a kind of trouble just before discovering your blog. I feel less lonely now. Thanks a lot.
    Maybe I will try to get a laidback one.

    Best regards,


  2. jonathon Hoagland permalink
    April 8, 2011 9:02 pm

    i will forever support the high seat post there is no relevance for a low one other than fashion….. way more tricks are to be had and lost with such a seat post….. i have to say i am one of the last trail riders out there with a 6inch + seat post and still represent it loud and proud… for ever will i keep the suicide no hander and its many follower alife… proud to find a site with support… i had thought i was one of the last… Amen.

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