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Jan. 27, 2016, 7:34 a.m. -  Robert Cooper

#!markdown No offence, but it sounds like you ride somewhere without hills or challenging obstacles? If you ride somewhere with lots of ups, downs and drops, the dropper lets you: - climb at full post height at maximum efficiency - drop it at a moment's notice to go over (or off of) obstacles - not annoy your riding buddies by stopping 10 times in a ride to adjust the post. I'm an intermediate at best, but a typical ride will involves raising or lowering the seat at least a dozen or more times. The dropper makes it possible to have the best height at all times and keep your flow going rather than stopping and starting (or having a compromised position.

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