KisBikeCo Socket Seatpost!!!

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1/1/2011 1:46 PM

Have you seen this?

A company built a 17mm socket into the seatpost tube! it makes your seat and post a socket set back up for when you're out and about!

http://www.kisbikeco.com/17mmsocketseatpost.htm

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1/1/2011 1:50 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/1/2011 1:51 PM

Smart! Too bad you have to carry around a allen wrench to get your seat off though tongue

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1/1/2011 1:52 PM

link doesnt work.

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1/1/2011 1:52 PM

thats dope but i usally dont carry a allen wrench so i cpuld undo my seat clamp

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1/1/2011 1:55 PM

vanillseatbmx wrote:

link doesnt work.

This sad

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1/1/2011 1:59 PM

That is so fucking clever!!! i am actually so impressed with this! this company have good ideas!!!

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1/1/2011 2:06 PM

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1/1/2011 2:06 PM

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im alex, and i like to ride my bike.
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1/1/2011 2:08 PM

i want one

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1/1/2011 2:09 PM

where the hell are you supposed to get it...thats an awesome idea

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1/1/2011 2:11 PM

great idea, but pivotal seats are made of plastic... also you wouldn't need an allen if you put a quick release on

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1/1/2011 2:22 PM

now they need a seat with a zipper and a space to put your alen wrench

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1/1/2011 2:29 PM

ieatwood1904 wrote:

now they need a seat with a zipper and a space to put your alen wrench

i always just put a 6mm in my pocket to ride, i dont even notice it

also, could you cut the post and still use it? or do u think they will offer it in a smaller size? i dont even ride pegs

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1/1/2011 2:33 PM

too bad the pivotal seat post is plastic and you could never get the peg tight enough to not move on the back when doing icepicks.

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1/1/2011 2:49 PM

want

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1/1/2011 3:06 PM

I want it. And the plastic base of the seat is more than strong enough to keep things tight. Ever land on your seat really hard and have it still be fine? Point proven.

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1/1/2011 3:38 PM

Drill a lil hole in the plastic bottom part of your seat and put it there, or just put it in your pocket. I always carry allen keys in my pocket, one for seatpost, and bars

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1/1/2011 3:39 PM

KisBikeCo is really getting my attention, they're bringing so much new innovative ideas into the sport, i'm even looking at buying their frameset and a few other parts from them. They're hubs/wheels are so good too.
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Then some KisBikeCo bikes:
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1/1/2011 3:43 PM

that is awesome

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1/1/2011 3:47 PM

bmx_is_rad wrote:

KisBikeCo is really getting my attention, they're bringing so much new innovative ideas into the sport, i'm even looking at buying their frameset and a few other parts from them. They're hubs/wheels are so good too.
[LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE]


Then some KisBikeCo bikes:
[LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE]

same here but the frame set is so damn expensive

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1/1/2011 3:48 PM

i_ridekink wrote:

same here but the frame set is so damn expensive

It's really cheap compared to frames here in Aus.

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1/1/2011 3:54 PM

i love the non dropouts

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1/1/2011 3:55 PM

wait... why did they make that seat post if all of there frames and forks use alen wrenches?

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1/1/2011 4:17 PM

thats awesome,
took me a second to get it but its pretty sick

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1/1/2011 4:18 PM

and should i get those forks or directors?
i grind alot

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1/1/2011 4:20 PM

so sick im already talking to the owner about getting a pair of forks to me here in the u.s.

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1/1/2011 4:21 PM

fundyssey23 wrote:

so sick im already talking to the owner about getting a pair of forks to me here in the u.s.

I think the Bluesix forks look much better. (bluesix forks have closed dropouts as well)

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1/1/2011 4:29 PM

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1/1/2011 4:37 PM

bmx_is_rad wrote:

KisBikeCo is really getting my attention, they're bringing so much new innovative ideas into the sport, i'm even looking at buying their frameset and a few other parts from them. They're hubs/wheels are so good too.
[LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE]


Then some KisBikeCo bikes:
[LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE][LINK TO IMAGE]

i_ridekink wrote:

same here but the frame set is so damn expensive

bmx_is_rad wrote:

It's really cheap compared to frames here in Aus.

for the frameset here its like 600 bucks

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1/1/2011 4:46 PM

i_ridekink wrote:

for the frameset here its like 600 bucks

Yeah it's around $650 for me, which is hella cheap seeing as a frame is $400-$600 here, forks are $150-$200 and bars are $80-$120

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