Lock, drop, and roll.
The RockShox Reverb Stealth B1 Dropper Seatpost looks a sleek as ever, but inside, its mechanism has been completely reworked for better performance and durability. This welcome boost in reliability is in part thanks to increased bushing overlap for a sturdier interface and a new rubber internal piston designed in partnership with SKF to better prevent any oil leaks over the previous alloy version for longevity that surpasses the old model multi-fold. As before, return speed is adjustable from the bar-mounted remote, but the Reverb B1's maximum setting has been made faster for improved personalization and a more seamless riding experience.
Available in multiple diameter and travel options. Includes left-handed remote. Right-handed remote option available here. Claimed weight is 560g (340mm post, 30.9mm diameter, 100mm travel, including remote and hose).
Note: This post requires frames that are compatible with internal dropper routing. Contact us with questions or concerns.
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I've had two of these posts. One had worked, the other stopped functioning after a couple of months. SRAM would not fix under warranty stating the lever must have been damaged in a fall (interesting, there's no scratches on it to support their claim), so also not impressed with customer support. There's other dropper posts out there, such as Thomson that have given me better reliability.
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