Sooo stoked about this!
Bummer, I am good for the full 240 on my XL Offerring....just barely.I took measurements, sadly the longest I can go on the Spire is 210mm.
According to Mike no one even buys droppers longer than 150mm...looks like OneUp is going out of business with this terrible business decision. RIP.Don’t tell Mike, he’ll flip his shite!
Moar is more!
It's a good point. Luckily the OneUp Droppers are one of the most compact designs around, and most of the people buying these will be on XL frames, but yeah, droppers need to fit on both ends.Don't forget to check your insertion amount. Just because you have a lot of post showing doesn't mean you'll be able to insert this new 240mm post far enough. I have 90mm showing on a 180 OneUp. But there is not enough insertion to go with the 240mm because the cartridge part of the post is also 60mm longer.
Same here except in my case it's not the squatting to drop that causing knee issues, it's standing up while pedaling at speed in order to raise the saddle back up.Why? I have a 36 inseam and have down sized from a 200 back to a 185. It never ever gets in the way even on fall lines. The main reason was squatting to drop it was hurting my knees with no benefit.
The saddle doesn't move as far laterally while leaning the bike.Why?