I had all but forgotten about the rad Chris Doyle X Anthem pivotal seats that Demolition had done a few years back; that was until they posted on Instagram yesterday about them being on clearance for only $14.99. You’d be hard pressed to find any pivotal seat that cheap, let alone one that looks as good as this. Demolition’s web store is where you’ll find the deal!
Who would have ever thought back when Anthem II came out that Clint would be in the X Games? He’s an alternate this year so there’s a chance we may get to see him bringing a little of that signature trails style to the big show.
I just realized that I’ve never posted my favorite Floridian ninja’s Anthem II Declassified part!
I was really hoping to get to ride with Clint this week but unfortunately the weather had other plans. Being stuck inside for almost a week did make me remember his Anthem Declassified though.
Demolition is putting their Doyle X Anthem Pivotal seats on sale through October 31st. You can pick one up through their STORE for just $14.99 and it ships for free! That’s one hell of a deal if you ask me! I actually just saw one of these in person for the first time last week and they look bad ass! Act fast if you want one because not only does this deal not last long but something tells me that the seats won’t either.
The weather has been kind of weird this week. It’s been a lot cooler than it has been and the air almost has an early Fall feel to it. That got me to thinking about how much I can’t wait for Fall to actually get here. That in turn got me to thinking about Anthem and then to the Declassified sections that came out before CYDI was around. Of course BF’s was the first that came to mind!
Demolition‘s new ad for their Doyle x Anthem seat running in Ride’s 20 year issue. See it full after the jump.
Demolition just put up this online ad of the D-man doing a 360 seatgrab x-up to promote their newly released Doyle X Anthem seat. . See it in all its glory after the jump.
Demolition just received their highly anticipated Chris Doyle X Anthem seat along with a slimmed down version of his signature Keystone Stem. The stem features a shorter 53mm reach, a lower stack height, and a new cnc logo. The seat is a slim pivotal style with 5mm padding, soft vinyl fabric mimicking high-end ostrich leather, and of course the Anthem logo. Both are looking pretty bad ass if you ask me.