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 right-handed remote. Left-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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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
This is internally routed(non routed option is available). The plunger and actuation is butter smooth. I've heard stories of issues but I've never had a single issue. Flushed the system after close to 2 years of riding.
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