For those looking to save a few bucks while recycling gently-used products, check out the PNW Cycled program, offering discounts on dropper posts, while being conscious of reuse. These posts start at $107, saving you big bucks! Check out all the info at PNW Components.
About a year ago, Paul Component Engineering launched their nifty dropper post remote for MTB bars but what about droppers on drop bar bikes? Well, on Friday they announced a 31.8 clamp dropper remote, which nests nicely on your stem clamp area. These dropper remotes are made in Chico, California and are in stock now at Paul!
With Crankbrother’s new Highline 3 Dropper line ranging from 60mm to 170mm travel, diameters ranging from 27.2mm for gravel bikes up to 34.9mm for mountain bikes, at a $199 price point, and the Highline 7 Dropper line ranging from 100mm to 170mm and a $299 price point, there is literally a dropper for everyone. These posts and remotes come with a 3-year warranty and are in stock at your local Crankbrothers dealers. Head to Crankbrothers to see more specs and information.
Your RockShox Reverb dropper is going to need service at some point and with the new Stealth Reverb design it’s easier than ever. With RockShox’s new Reverb Stealth port design, you can now remove the saddle, depress the valve, compress the post and reset. The result is the air is channeled back into the chamber leaving the oil where it is supposed to be. The Reverb Stealth post body is now shorter too. Head on over to RockShox to see more.
Check out full specs and pricing at Ritchey.