Review: KS LEV Dropper Seatpost, 150 mm and Carbon Models

Update: June 18 We've been using the KS Lev for the past few months on several bikes and we've had no problems to report. The post has been reliable and the action has been stiction free both activating the lever and on dropping the post itself. One thing we've realized is that the more seamle ...    Read More »

Dropper Seatpost Round-Up

We have a few dropper posts in the garage so we did a little comparison on them. Dropper posts have been around for about 20 years with the original Hite Rite product sold many decades ago. The concept is make a seatpost that fully extends during climbs for proper leg extension and allow it to dr ...    Read More »

Five cool, new bar and stem combos from Sea Otter

More manufacturers follow Easton’s lead on 35mm bar and stem combinations in our round up of cool, new cockpit set-ups seen at Sea Otter.    Read More »

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Gravity Dropper housing

I have a Gravity Dropper Turbo. As far as I know, its cable can be replaced with a standard shifting cable. But what about the housing? Could I replace it with a standard shifting housing? Or do I need to use the specific Gravity Dropper housing?Read More »

Spare tube/tool storage with gravity dropper seat post

I am looking for options for storing a spare tube, multi tool, tire lever and a cell phone on my mukluk. I have a frame bag, but like to have use of the in frame bottle cages. I also have a gravity dropper seat post, which causes the biggest problem as i can no longer use my trusted seat bag... Woul ... Read More »

Gravity Dropper Boot-ique

Sorry, couldn't resist a pun in the title. I just got a Gravity Dropper Turbo LP. Haven't even installed it yet, just arrived. I knew ahead of time that I didn't really like the accordion-looking boot, and I thought a Lizard Skin might do the trick. I already bought a medium-girth Lizard Skin ... Read More »

Gravity Dropper -- 1" or 2"??

So I've narrowed my dropper choice down to a Gravity Dropper Turbo LP. The 27.2mm version I need can have a choice of intermediate drop of either 1" or 2" (along with the 4" drop). Does anyone have experience or jus' some common sense about choosing a 1" drop versus 2"?Read More »

1st Gravity Dropper?

They say most of the modern technology we have on our bikes was pretty much invented a loooong time ago... we're just seeing/enjoying improved versions. Gravity droppers with a remote switch were available back in 1931 :p [ATTACH=CONFIG]811015[/ATTACH] [url= ... Read More »

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