As a rider, you’ve probably observed that it’s difficult to turn or maneuver your bike properly with the seat rammed up your bottom side, or pedal it efficiently with your seat dropped. But at the same time, you don’t want to stop and adjust it every time the trail dictates. Which is why enlightened riders use the Reverb. Its simple hydraulically-actuated control lets you raise and lower your seat instantly at the push of the button. And for all you control freaks out there — the Reverb lets you put your seat up, down, or anywhere in between, not just to a few presets like other systems out there.
Euro MSRP includes VAT
Specifications for Reverb Stealth
|Weight||560g – 355mm, 30.9mm, 100mm; 570g – 380mm, 30.9mm, 125mm; 570g – 430mm, 31.6mm, 150mm|
|Length||355mm, 380mm, 420mm, 430mm|
|Other||Remote: Discrete or Match Maker X|
|Available in||Travel: 100mm, 125mm, 150mm|
|Retail Availability||July 2013|
- Connectamajig RockShox
Connectamajig makes it a breeze to route the hose into the frame when assembling the seatpost on a bike, and allows for several disconnects and reconnects before a system bleed is required. Reverb Stealth is now available with the Connectamajig hydraulic quick-release for the remote control hose.