Question about Bike Extreme Lite Youth Shoulder Pad
Start with the seatpost itself, most of them have the size stamped on them below the minimum insertion hash marks. It is almost always measured in metric, millimeters usually, like: 25.4mm (which is 1 inch).
If the size is not stamped on the seatpost (it was most likely cut off or scratched beyond recognition) then you can measure the diameter in inches, multiply by 2.54 to get the metric measurement in centimeters, multiply that by .10 to get millimeters and then call your local bike shop for a replacement.
Dyno bikes are made by GT, it was there "budget" brand of BMX bikes, so you can google GT bikes and find a local dealer or you may be able to order direct from GT. From the year of your model, most likely the bike is steel (cro-moly or hi-ten) and these bikes normally have a smaller seatpost size, like the above mentioned 25.4mm. Aluminum frames usually have larger diameter tubes with thinner wall thickness and will require a larger diameter seatpost.
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