New From PNW Components: The Fern Dropper Post
Like all the best breakfast cereals, PNW's all-new Fern Dropper Post is specifically designed for the kiddos...
BikeYoke Revive 2.0 213mm Dropper Post Long-Term Review
"The closest it came to a problem was when the post locked up after I had left my bike in full sun..."
Winning the Dropper Post Arms Race
Most dropper posts are durable and damn good, so the post with the most drop, with the smallest stack height and shortest insertion depth wins the crown.
PNW Components Introduces the Loam Dropper Post
Based on PNW’s Bachelor Dropper Post, the team undertook a complete makeover. The result is a lighter, more adjustable, and more compatible dropper system.
2021 Fox Transfer Dropper Post - Reviewed
2021 Fox Transfer Dropper Post - Reviewed
e*thirteen Vario Dropper Post
e*thirteen's new dropper remote goes toe-to-toe with some of the very best - and the post shows real promise as well...
Bike Yoke Goes Even Bigger With the REVIVE 2.0 and Triggy Alpha
213mm of drop makes it the king of the length game, and pairs nicely with the new Bike Yoke Triggy Alpha Lever...
PNW Rainier Gen 3 Dropper Post
The PNW Rainier delivers up to 200mm of travel, adjustable in 5mm increments, for a very reasonable price...
BikeYoke Divine Dropper Post Reviewed
The reliability of the Revive at a lower weight and for less money...
TEARDOWN | FIRST IMPRESSIONS | EDITORIAL
e*thirteen Vario Dropper Remote & 180mm Vario Dropper Post
Andrew's first look at e13's new Vario dropper post remote and new, Wintek-equipped, 180mm, travel-adjustable Vario dropper post...
TEARDOWN | FIRST IMPRESSIONS
PNW Rainier IR Dropper Post - Travel Adjustable For 2020
The Gen.3 Rainier IR dropper post is available with up to 200mm of adjustable travel for under 200 USD...
Crankbrothers Highline 7 Dropper Post
Max travel goes up along with return speed and warranty, while the price goes down...
Teardown & Pre-install Impressions
BikeYoke Divine Dropper Post Teardown
Will the BikeYoke Divine dropper's simplest-in-class teardown, equate to best-in-class performance on the trail?
Race Face Aeffect R Cinch Cranks & 170mm Dropper Post
You can buy fancier sh*t, but the Race Face Aeffect R 7050 aluminum crankset and 170mm dropper post are really all anyone needs...
OneUp V2 210 mm Dropper Post Reviewed
There is much to love about the OneUp V2, including several best-in-class elements - but it wasn't all rainbows and smooth actuations...
RELEASE | FIRST IMPRESSIONS | TEARDOWN
Crankbrothers Highline 7 Dropper Post Ridden (Plus HL 3)
The new Highline gets a faster return, a longer warranty, an optional lever and a lower price...
Sweating The Small Stuff At Crankworx 2019: Part 1
The first in a three-part series of the gear and trends that caught my eye at the 2019 edition of Crankworx Whistler.
PNW Bachelor Dropper Post & Loam Lever : Review
A fully rebuildable top-of-the-line dropper from PNW - available in up to 200mm of drop with a sweet lever...
New Gear Out of Squamish
OneUp Releases Full Cockpit & Dropper Post Lengths Covering 100–210mm
In typical OneUp form, new bar, stem and grip options that provide a different solution and new dropper posts that provide drops from 100–210mm…
Teardown | First Impressions
PNW Bachelor Dropper Post: Teardown
This is PNW's top shelf dropper post, that comes stock with one of the best levers in the business, a solid warranty and it's fully rebuildable...
SRAM's impressive new wireless group and dropper post
Ride Impressions: SRAM's Electronic AXS Wireless Group
With their new wireless XX1 and XO1 drivetrains and Reverb, SRAM has once again defined the bleeding edge of mountain bike componentry.
FSA FLOWTRON Dropper Post Reviewed
FSA uses the familiar Wintek cartridge but adds some nice features like adjustable leverage to change the effort your thumb has to put in...
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post Reviewed
The BikeYoke 160mm dropper is a little more expensive - but it offers features and reliability that may justify a little more cash...
PNW Rainier Dropper Post and Loam Lever - Reviewed
Uncle Dave has a few gripes to share about droppers in his review of this post from Pacific Northwest Components...