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Rock Shox Reverb Seatpost

When you’re ripping through rolling terrain, cranking the pedals one minute and getting off the back of the bike the next, no seat height is “just right”. Reverb gives you infinite seat-height adjustment and control of your return speed in a hydraulically actuated remote package. A custom sealing system means the plush and consistent feel of this seat post won’t degrade, no matter how much the weather does.

No Bleed Kit included

Rock Shox Reverb Seatpost Specifications:

  • Weight: 100mm: 535g , 125mm: 520g, *Weight based on 355mm length, 30.9mm diameter, MMX remote with shifter hardware and 1300mm hose
  • Material: Shaft - 3D Forged 7050 Alloy, Head - 7050 Forged Alloy
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Other: Zero Offset / 2-Bolt, Reverb Remote Actuation: Adjustable return speed at the handlebar

Buy Rock Shox Reverb Seatpost from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Option: Left Hand Lever - 100mm Drop, Right Hand Lever - 125mm Drop, Left Hand Lever - 125mm Drop, Right Hand Lever - 100mm Drop
  • Length: 355mm, 420mm, 380mm
  • Material: Alloy
  • Diameter: 30.9mm, 31.6mm, 34.9mm
 
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 78 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Waste Your Money Okay, when it works it works really well... This is the crux of the matter. I was advise by my LBS to get this post since the Crank Brothers wasn't too good straight out of the box. As it took so long to repair I was informed that Rock Shox Reverb was the way to go. Anyway, the first one lasted 60-days before it needed repairs. That took four weeks. It lasted six rides and failed. It was repaired again and it lasted two rides, got repaired again and lasted one ride. Got a replacement in May it failed again on 19-Sept. I guess they have a two year warranty for good reason… Once it is repaired I'm selling it. I weigh 180-lbs and ride mountain trails and do not do extreme jumping. Think it's me…? My mate/buddy had his repaired five times and then got a replacement…! Save your money. I never had one for twenty years I think I can do without. 20 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A must have component It changed the way i ride, great quality seatpost, pretty light and it works flawlessly. Just be careful on how much you will tighten the seat clamp or else it wont work right (or damage it as well). Recommended! 14 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Excellent piece of kit I love this dropper post, but whether it is better than others on the market I couldn't say as this is the only one I have used. It is easy to install (there are plenty of youtube vid showing you how) and saves time and effort messing with your post. If you don't have any eyelets on your top tube to run it through then have a think about how you are going to fit before you cut hydraulic cable, if you do need to cut the cable you may need to buy a bleed kit as well. 12 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sliced Bread, The Wheel, Teh Interwebz, the Reverb! This thing is up there with all the very best inventions of all time in the history of the entire freekin' universe! it will transform your biking and you will never go back to a fixed post, ever. It doesn't come without it's faults though. They can be a pain. After some use, They become springy, lose pressure can be slow to return, get stuck or won't stay up. But... They are so good, you will forget all their problems, forgive them and get it repaired. They don't seem to be affected by mud and water. They are susceptible to being accidentally extended when the bike is picked up by the saddle when the post is dropped. I've done this a couple of times and I think this is what knackers it. Personally, I have a spare, I got them cheap from CRC and when one goes wrong, it gets sent back and repaired under warranty. 03 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super well made, flawless function. Tried a few dropper posts over the years and this is the first one with almost zero slop and keeps the saddle rock solid. The hydraulic mechanism works flawlessly and feels well made. The only drawback I can foresee is the lever getting damaged etc. I would highly recommend buying the opposite lever for the side of the bar you want to run, and mount it under bar not over. 02 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Top Notch Almost every product these days is billed as revolutionary...this really is!!! Not sure how I ever rode without one now! Strong smooth action, really well made, peice of cake to fit.10/10 01 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best upgrade I've made Didn't think I'd ever get a dropper but it has totally transformed my riding. It's so much easier to transition from downhill to climbing and back again without having to stop each time. If you ain't got one, you're missing out. 31 August 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Очень удобная штуковина Прислали без набора для прокачки, штырь приехал в пакете +инструкция и все :( в целом впечатления положительные все работает отлично. 31 August 2014
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yes it can stop wherever you like. Is that something or what?
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The latter. The post height can be selected anywhere within the adjustment range between max and min by releasing the remote.
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Yes it can stop at any point going up our down. It's a great piece of kit.
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The Reverb is known as a "infinite height" post. It will stop anywhere you want it along its full travel.
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It comes in too maximum heights off dropper post 100mm and 125mm. It allows you stop at any height by releasing the trigger between 0mm and the dropper posts maximum height.

Make sure you check all your measurements before ordering (diameter, total length and dropper height). A 100mm reverb dropper is about 135mm of seat post above the clamp at maximum extension with the seat post fully inserted and the 125mm dropper is about 160mm. These lengths are deducted from the total post length to work out how much post will be inserted into the frame.
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No; the reverb can be adjusted to any height by pushing in the control plunger and pushing/sitting down on the seat. Letting go of the plunger will lock the post to the desired height. Push the control plunger in and remove any weight from the seat and the post will fully extend. The speed in which it extends can be adjusted by rotating the knurled knob situated where the hydraulic hose enters the control plunger housing.
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It's infinitely adjustable between the highest and lowest setting. They make a collar to limit the travel of the post if the drop from the highest to lowest setting is too far.
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The reverb is infinitesimally adjustable, you can stop it anywhere! It also comes with an external collar which can be fixed to limit how much the post drops.
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The Rockshox Reverb seatpost can be adjusted and stopped anywhere within its travel. This means that you can "fine tune" your ride height.

If you do want to limit your travel there is a collar available from Rockshox which I have provided the link to below.
 
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You can stop it wherever you want mate:)
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Info from the Giant website states that this frame has 'dropper seat cable routing' which would suggest that the Reverb Stealth would be the better option.
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Check with Giant to see if the Anthem comes with the hole at the bottom of the seat tube and routing to route the cable for the stealth post cable. You may also need to bleed the stealth post when fitted as the cable needs to be disconnected from the lever for routing.
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Stealth will be suitable if the frame has the holes drilled into it. They are usually drilled near the bottom of the seat tube in line with the down tube hole. You will have to thread the hydraulic cable down the seat tube across to the down tube, up towards the head tube. If the frame doesn't have the holes drilled already, I wouldn't drill them myself. The other Reverb cable is easy to tuck away, service, check for damage and usually a bit cheaper. Think about buying the opposite side to which you intend to mount the control plunger, and mount it underneath the handle bar. Con: you can't mount it with brake leaver; Pro: you will not damage it easily as it doesn't stick out as much.
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I got a reverb dropper for my vitus escarpe vrs..the bike is set up for stealth dropper post with cable routing etc already.. But I went for the reverb as it looks better for maintenance as the stealth cable is hidden in the seat post and would have to take everything out it get to it..
That's only reason I went for it.. Also I got it in the sale..
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left or right?

I've heard someone say "get a righthand unit" to fit under the bar on the lefthand side - all sounds a bit confused, but maybe what I want - I have shimano brakelevers with i-spec attached rear shifter on right, no front changer, so free space on the left hand side under bar - anyone else with similar set-up?
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Yes; you can reverse and fit the Left hand unit on the right hand of the bar (or vice versa) as you wish if it gives you a more ideal cockpit layout. Aesthetically the lever won't look quite as good when mounted 'upside down' but it will still work fine.
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This is the best set up for you, without doubt ! I have ran this set up for over a year now. You need to get right hand lever so you can mount it on the left side upside down and this is why. 1 you have lots of room on that side to get the perfect position for your thumb 2 your thumb is not busy on this side as is the gear side will be punching for bigger gears as your dropping the post 3 because it's mounted upside down its out of the way, tucked under the bar lessening the chance of damage in crashes and the simple task of placing the bike upside down to work on. Have fun with it ! Mark. You don't wont the I-spec attach as this will not work upside down, just the regular clamp lever and you will get the perfect position, it just feels right.
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the right hand mounted control will sit on TOP of your bars if you mount it on the right. If you mount it on the left, the control will sit UNDER your bars. That way if you get a puncture and have to turn your bike upside down the control will not get scratched.

I have a right-handed one mounted on the left of my bars.

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A dropper post on a bike like the Entourage is not ideal due the extremely short seat tube; however it is long enough for a minimum seat post insertion.

The 34.9mm Diameter and 355mm length would be advised; the 100mm drop and lever orientation are down to personal preference.
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Check your existing seat post length and diameter, that is normally a good guide. Most posts normally have sizes stamped on the bottom or just measure it. Also check how far you have your current seat post extended from the seat rails to the post clamp, This determines how much drop you should look at and how much additional post you may have showing. The 100mm is about 135mm including the collar when fully inserted and the 125mm is about 160mm.

Longer isn't always better, the more post you get in the frame the better, but if you haven't got the post extended much past the size including the collar a shorter post is more likely to fit without clashing with bends in the seat tube or cage bolts.
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It is probably a 31.6mm diameter, to check use vernier callipers to measure the diameter or take it to your local bike shop who should measure it for you at no charge.
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I have a 2014 Boardman team fs and currently have my seat post proturding 125mm from post clamp to the saddle rails what size would I need ??
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Measure the length of the overall post , the reverb needs a minimal amount to be inserted in the frame, the sizes shown is the full length of the post including the amount that it will drop
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To work out what length will best suit you;

• set your standard seatpost at the highest point that you use it
• measure the exposed length of the seatpost and add 120mm

For example;
If the exposed part of your seatpost is 240mm + 120mm = 360mm

You could use the 355mm length however, to ensure that there is enough seatpost in the frame, the 380mm length would be a better choice.
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Diameter?

The inner diameter of the frame tube (2010 ktm ultra flite) is 2.7 cm whereas the outside diameter is 3.2 cm ?
I guess REVERB will not fit?
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The seat tube on your frame is too narrow to accommodate a 'dropper post'.
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Unfortunately you will need a 27.2mm diameter seatpost.
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reverb seatpost is made for external routing, with the cable coming out of the top of the post,

reverb stealth is for internal routing, cable coming from the bottom of the seatpost.
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The Stealth Post is intended for use with frames that have Internal Reverb Cable routing. It also routes the cable from the bottom of the post where as the Standard Reverb cable routes from the top (as see in the images shown).
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What diameter would fit a 2012 giant reign 2

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The 30.9mm seatpost should be fine for this frame.
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30.9 as per giants web site , google the model, year and the page will display midway the dimension/diameter
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Bleeding?

Does it need bleeding when you get it?
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It depends. Mine had to be bled right away but it's not necessary the case. Anyway, if you need to shorten the hose, then you'll have to bleed it.
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The Reverb is supplied bled and ready to fit. Bleeding will only be required if you shorten the hose.
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Unsure which length to get

Would like to fit to a Whyte 46. Current seatpost is 350mm in length with 125mm protruding above QR collar in fully down position. Which Reverb length/drop do I need?
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I would get the 420mm one to be sure to have the proper height for pedalling. You have enough space to insert it to maximum, as the maximal insertion is 185mm. When slammed down it will be even lower than your actual seatpost slammed down.
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There are a couple of things you need to consider when choosing which length Reverb, which will involve taking a couple of measurements from your existing set-up:

1. You will need to measure the distance from your saddle rails to your seat clamp when you saddle is at the height you would use for climbing. Add 90mm to this and it will give you the approximate length Reverb you will need.

2. Some frame designs restrict how far the seat post can be dropped down inside the frame. If yours does, you need to ensure the post you choose is not too long to prevent setting the seatpost low enough for your required seatpost height.
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