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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 4.2 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by RELIABLILITY OF ROCK SHOX After extend research the conclusion was to purchase the reverb seatpost. I have this product, now, on my bike for aproximately 2 months and in every ride it gets more and more handy. I have had second thoughts regarding weight ( finaly is insignificant) and secondly if i had to buy the bleed kit as well in order to shorten the hose. Finally, if the hose has threded barb, follow the instructions from SRAM and you not going to need the bleed kit. I am very pleased with my choice... 04 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by buon prodotto E' un buon prodotto, regolabile in altezza quando ci si trova ad abbassare la sella in veloctà nei cambi di livello del percorso. 15 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best seatpost I have bought 3 of them at 2012.. I havent got any problem after 2 years. I highly recomended to allmountain enduro and DH riders. 07 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great product and good fit I spent a long time trying to find the right one for my bike. My 2010 StumpJumper FSR has a kink in the frame and i didn't know which size to go for. In the end i opted for a 125mm version as my frame is a large size and it fits perfectly. Like most people i bought the right handed one and mounted the control on the left hand side of the handlebars. That way when the bike is upside down it doesn't get scuffed. The action is smooth and it really does work wonders. One thing that did surprise me is that there is some lateral play in saddle once it's attached. Not many people mention this in the reviews, but after speaking to friends who have the same seatpost they all say the same thing; that there is a small amount of play from side to side. It's not noticable when riding, but for me knocks one star off it's rating. Overall, it's a quality piece of kit and i would recommend. 04 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by money well spent this seatpost is worth the money if you are a serious rider, bought this several months ago for my 5 pro and it has changed the way i feel on the bike. its a breath of fresh air to drop your seat at the press of a button for uphills to downhills. on purchasing the post, i went for the 125mm drop and 420mm length, im happy with the drop height but was a little over cautious purchasing knowing now i could have the shorter length seatpost but i thought i was a little large in the legs for my medium frame. ohh and your handle bars, they can get a little cluttered especially if you're one of these people who want it upside down, i couldn't with slx shifters for front and rear. if you can justify £200 i would highly recommend for any avid cyclist. money well spent in my eyes. construction is good, the actions are smooth, and looks sick. 07 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great seatpost that really change the way you ride for the better This product is great, with a smooth actuation and plenty of travel. It really change the way you ride, especially in technical terrain, as you don't have to stop all the time to get a proper seat height. Bleeding is alright but you got to do it perfectly. Fortunately you don't have to do it too often. 05 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Easy to fit I took advice on buying left handed unit and fitting the control button upside down on the right as my poplock control is on the left. Fitting was very easy after watching a youtube video once, and it didn't require bleeding, good job as it did not come with a bleed kit as I was expecting. I took my bike out for a run on the local trail centre and any feelings of 'was it worth it' disapeared, as it is an expensive treat. The seat drops well out of the way allowing the bike to move around beneath you and with a push of the control, returns full up ready for the climb. One thing I did notice is that the feeling of the seat dropping happened a few times, after stopping and checking if it had dropped, it didn't appear to have. All in all I have used it once since buying, but, have no doubt I will reap the rewards as time goes on. 18 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RockShox Reverb protection I have been using one of these for 2 years now. Not had a problem of any sort. I have put an Endura Chainstay protector around mine to keep the crud off of it. As long as it is a fairly loose fit, it still works perfectly without limiting the travel. 15 January 2014
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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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Why would I want 100mm when I can have 125mm?

Are there any reasons for getting the 100 drop instead of 125? My seat-tube doesn't have any restrictions on dropping the seatpost.
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The 100mm drop version is available in the shorter 355mm size, which is required by some frames. Generally speaking, if you run 100mm of travel on your fork you should match the 100mm post. If you run 120mm or more on your forks, the 125mm post would be suggested. Ultimately though, it simply boils down to rider preference.
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bigger doesnt mean better, its what is going to fit you, on your bike. its about your dimensions. if 100 mm is what it takes to get the seat down and out of the way then thats what you need. maybe if your on the taller side for your framesize then 125 mm maybe is what you need.
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Measuring post

Are the quoted lengths from end to end of the post whilst fully extended?
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Yes, the 355mm, 380mm and 420mm measurements would be the overall length and would include the 100mm Drop or 125mm Drop.
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Yes, it's from bottom to saddle rails when fully extended.
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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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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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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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How is the 100mm drop heavier than the 125mm?

Is this a typo or is the 125 actually lighter?
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This would appear to be an unfortunately error. The weights are as follows:
Weight, 100mm: 520g, 125mm: 535g
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In my opinion it's a mistake. The 100mm is not heavier. But actually the weight is very close. Anyway, the weight dépends also on the length of the hose you use. In my opinion, this difference of weight is not something to take into account to choose the one you'll get.
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Bleeding?

Does it need bleeding when you get 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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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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Length of 380mm broken down.

Hi, I'm finding it difficult to decide if the 380mm will be just right or just out on my bike.
Please could you provide the length of the inserted part of the seatpost.
Also, is the 380mm up to the rail clamp or the top of the rail clamp?
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The 'insert' on the 380mm (34.9mm Diameter) model is 190mm long with the 380mm being the measurement of the entire seatpost.

The total length (380mm) is measured from the bottom of the post to the middle of the rail clamp, in effect; where the saddle rail would be seated.
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380mm is the length up to saddle rails. The minimal insertion is 80mm and the maximal insertion is 185mm as it is the length of the inserted part.
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I have a Vitus Escarpe 2 in size small. I like to have the seat post as low as possible for descending, but with the way the seat post tube is bent to accommodate the suspension on the small frame size, I can only put a 31.6mm seat post inside for 135mm max. Would this allow me to get the Reverb lowered right down to the seat clamp?

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The insert length on the 380mm model is 190mm long with the 380mm being the measurement of the entire seatpost.

The insert length on the 355mm model is arpund 175mm, so it will not fit completely inside your Escarpe frame, but it would be close (within 40mm or so)
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The minimum insertion is 80mm, and the maximum insertion is 185mm. That is for the 100mm and 125mm reverb.
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Not being an Orange dealer I can't be certain but I believe the Orange Five requires a 27.2mm seatpost so a 30.9mm post will not be compatible. The Reverb is not produced in a 27.2mm size (on account of the cartridge inside it); our best in-stock 27.2mm alternative would be the Gravity Dropper as linked below
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i have a feeling 2010 five have a 27.2mm diameter, probably best getting a ruler and double checking
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installing post help

Purchased post as xmas pressie and as yet not fitted it due to the extra items needed. Are you all using friction paste? if so which one and where did you purchase such item?....I ask as crc brought up no results in my search.

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Friction Paste or Copper Paste is advised by SRAM to stop any seizing or damage to the post or frame through insertion and removal.

At present we have neither currently available in stock.
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It's better to use some but many don't do it. If your cautious buy some anti-seize (for example park tool anti-seize).
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